James Wan signs Annabelle Wallis for his next horror movie

copyrightJames Wan signs Annabelle Wallis for his next horror movie

The creator of the saga 'Warren File' and 'Insidious' is preparing a new secret project.

James Wan's new horror movie is a secret, but we already know who will be one of the protagonists. As Variety reported, Annabelle Wallis, known for her role in Peaky Blinders and the recent miniseries The Highest Voice, will star in the film that is already in development. It is not known who his character will be since the details of the project remain secret. In fact, the plot has not been revealed, so we will have to wait to know what is in hand.

The idea to carry out this production comes from Wan and Ingrid Bisu, the actress with whom he worked in La nun. This movie is full of familiar faces since Wallis also knows the universe of the first-hand filmmaker. The actress played Mia in Annabelle and her sequel, Creation. The relationship between the two must be quite good, as it seems they do not hesitate to continue their professional career together.

The film will be produced by Atomic Monster, with Michael Clear. However, he still does not have a screenwriter involved in the project.

James Wan will work on this film before returning to the DC universe with the sequel to Aquaman, which is scheduled to premiere at the beginning of 2020. It is clear that Wan is synonymous with box office success, as the Warren Record franchise deliveries They have reaped large numbers. In addition, Aquaman's first installment raised more than one billion dollars worldwide.


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