Final Movie Sets Fall 2025 Release 5

The end of The Conjuring story is now in sight. New Line has set a Sept. 5, 2025 release date for the untitled fourth Conjuring movie, which the studio is billing as a finale for the main set of films.

Michael Chavez is directing the movie after helming 2021’s The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. He is a Conjuring mainstay, also known for the 2023 Conjuring spinoff, The Nun II. Screenwriter David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick penned the script.

James Wan helmed the original The Conjuring, which bowed in 2013 and earned nearly $320 million worldwide on a $20 million budget. The series centers on supernatural investigators Ed and Lorrain Warren, played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. Combined with its spinoff movies, the franchise has grossed more than $2 billion globally. In addition to The Conjuring and The Nun movies, the universe has launched a series of Annabelle features, focused on a doll first featured in The Conjuring.

The latest installment in The Conjuring universe will be released on IMAX. New Line also announced Tuesday that Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Bride!, her take on the Bride of Frankenstein story, will move up one week to Sept. 26, 2025. The film stars Christian Bale as Frankenstein’s monster and Jessie Buckley as The Bride. It too will be released in IMAX.

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