James Wan’s original villain in The Conjuring 2 has finally been revealed through several photo shoots, and obviously this demon isn’t The Nun. The Conjuring 2016 is a sequel to The Conjuring 2013 and marks the return of the duo “investigating” real-life supernatural powers Ed and Lorraine Warren when they travel to England.
The first film in the series was an unexpected hit, grossing nearly $ 300 million at a budget of $ 41 million. After its phenomenal success, the idea of a sequel was inevitable and James Wan is back this time with a movie that is actually far superior to the original.
Haunted Horror 2 (original title: The Conjuring 2) is a supernatural horror film released in 2016 by director James Wan with the screenplay of Carey Hayes, Chad Hayes, Wan and David Leslie Johnson. This is the second installment of the 2013 film, The Conjuring, with Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga going on to play the ghost detective Ed and Lorraine Warren. The film follows them to the UK to help the Hodgson family as they are attacked by a series of haunted phenomena known later as the Enfield Poltergeist (Enfield haunting phenomenon) at their own home in the year. 1977. Creative film based on real records and documents.
Obviously, audiences were thrilled with the kind of horror this series has to offer. Both the first Conjuring movie as well as its sequel have villains that make audiences so fascinated and terrified that each character has their own spinoff.
However, The Conjuring 2 uses a character that’s arguably a lot more frightening than any other movie, and it’s simply called The Nun. The movie has been a huge box office hit, so it’s sure to be a sequel and a work in progress.
Meanwhile, most fans of The Nun can’t seem to understand that scary character enough. But the central villain of The Conjuring 2 was recently revealed when Wan took to his Instagram account to show off pictures of the demon. It was almost like a winged demon with a terrifying appearance.
While Wan’s model demon certainly looks incredible, and it’s clear they spent a lot of time and effort building it up, but he may have made the right decision when replacing it’s equal to The Nun.
The photos showing this monster do not seem to match the movie’s supernatural, creepy mood. Wan calls this demon “too out of left-field for the film”.
And perhaps if you put this demon into the movie, it is very likely that things will go in a different direction than originally planned and may not be as successful as The Nun. On the other hand, The Nun fits wonderfully not only with the sequel’s story, but in the entire series as well.