The newest addition to the Conjuring Universe is headed out way this Summer, with Annabelle Comes Home set to unleash the malevolent doll (again) from Ed and Lorraine Warren's room of haunted artifacts.
Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise their roles from the Conjuring films as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, while Mckenna Grace plays their daughter, Judy. For safety, the Warrens place Annabelle in their museum of haunted artifacts, but she is released thanks to Katie Sarife’s Daniela — a friend of Judy’s babysitter (Madison Iseman) — who recently lost her father.
“Daniela will do whatever she can to find out whether or not there is an afterlife,” writer and director Gary Dauberman tells EW. “Annabelle’s presence causes all these other things to come to life. Annabelle is the orchestrator of the madness.”
The site also gives us our first look at Farmiga’s highly anticipated appearance as Conjuring‘ Lorraine Warren.
“I do love playing this character, I really do,” Farmiga told the site while shooting the film, prior to the real-life Lorraine Warren’s death earlier this month. “To be honest with you, in this climate of dissension and rancor and division, I love exhibiting [Ed and Lorraine’s] unity and their closeness and their togetherness. It’s something special for me.”
Annabelle Comes Home on June 28th, 2019.