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Insidious Chapter 3 Releases Further Down the Line in 2015

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Insidious Chapter 3 Releases Further Down the Line in 2015The third chapter in the Insidious film franchise has gotten a new release date. Originally slated for April 3, 2015, Insidious Chapter 3 will now arrive on May 29, 2015. The third film will be directed and written by Leigh Whannell.

Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions, which produced both Insidious and Insidious: Chapter 2, are producing the next installment along with Oren Peli and James Wan. Steven Schneider, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, Peter Schlessel, Lia Buman, and Entertainment One’s Xavier Marchand are executive producing.

Focus Features, which acquired the rights to release Insidious: Chapter 3 from FilmDistrict, plans to bring the film to U.S. theaters on May 29, 2015. eOne will distribute the picture in Canada, the UK, and Spain. Sony will distribute the picture in the rest of the world. Principal photography of the movie is scheduled to start next month on July 7th.

The first Insidious told the story of Josh and Renai Lambert and their son Dalton confronting the demons that possess the young boy. Insidious: Chapter 2, the terrifying sequel, followed the haunted Lambert family as they sought to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world. Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Ty Simpkins, and Barbara Hershey reprised their roles in the film directed by James Wan, who also directed the first installment.

For more information visit the official Insidious website, “like” the Insidious Facebook page, and follow along on Twitter at @InsidiousMovie.

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  1. While I seriously doubt it will be in the same league as the first two without Wan directing it, I can almost guarantee Whannell will produce something more entertaining than that shit Deliver Us from Evil I just sat through today.

    I welcome Insidious Chapter 3. Until they give me a reason not to watch, bring it on.

    • I loved the first Insidious and even though it wasn’t as good as the first, I wasn’t too mad at Chapter 2. I think it was probably a mistake for Wan to do two ghost stories in a row (the other being The Conjuring). I’m really curious to see what Whannell will bring to the table.

      • I just really dig James Wan’s style. He’s my new John Carpenter in the sense I feel like he can take any story most directors would squander and turn it into something entertaining with his signature flair and nuances.

        I loved Chapter Two even more than the first film because I felt like the way they built an entire sequel around a minor character and created an awesome backstory for Parker Crane while mixing it seamlessly with scenes from the first film was nothing short of genius.

        And I still love Dead Silence even though most people were less than impressed. It’s not perfect, but he pulled off some amazing things with locations and characters…

        • I’m with you on Dead Silence. I even imported the UK Blu-ray which is uncut. Yeah, I’m a big Wan fan too. This guy knows how to get every single bit out of his productions and his actors.

          The things you liked about Chapter 2 were written by Whannell so you should be extra excited for 3!

  2. The sad thing is that whether it’s good or not it will most likely pay the price of audiences not going to see it because Hollywood sees fit to hammer every single thing over our head until we’re sick of it.

    Vampires. Found footage. Ghost stories. Zombies… the truth is once you see every face of the Boogeyman he ceases to be scary and becomes nothing short of predictable.

    • Same here. I really liked the first 2, but give it a rest already. Not everything has to be a franchise. Keep coming up with original ideas.

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