‘The Conjuring’ Finale Dated for Fall 2025 at Warner Bros., Maggie Gyllenhaal’s ‘The Bride!’ Moves to September

The $2 billion-grossing “Conjuring” franchise gets its grand finale, with Warner Bros. dating a final “The Conjuring” movie for release in theaters and Imax on Sept. 5, 2025.

The yet-to-be titled fourth film in the supernatural horror franchise comes as Warner Bros. and New Line’s “The Conjuring” universe has expanded to include prequel, sequel and spinoff titles like “The Nun,” “Annabelle” and “The Curse of La Llorona.”

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Directed by James Wan and produced by Peter Safran, 2013’s “The Conjuring” established the franchise’s mythology, following paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) as they work to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse. The film was a massive hit, nabbing $319 million worldwide. The franchise’s top-grossing movie to date is the 2018 prequel “The Nun,” which followed Sister Irene (Taissa Farmiga) as she fended off the possessed demon nun Valek in 1952 Romania. The film earned $366 million worldwide. The franchise total ticked above the $2 billion mark at the box office thanks to the release of 2021’s “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.” The ninth “Conjuring” film, 2023’s “The Nun II,” picked up an additional $269 million worldwide.

The “Conjuring” announcement comes with the added news that Maggie Gyllenhaal’s “The Bride!” will move release dates from October 3 to September 26, 2025. Christian Bale is Frankenstein’s monster and Jessie Buckley is the eponymous bride in Gyllenhaal’s period film (set in 1930s Chicago), which puts a spin on the iconic Frankenstein lore also stars Penélope Cruz, Peter Sarsgaard and Annette Bening. The film is follow-up to Gyllenhaal’s critically acclaimed directorial debut “The Lost Daughter,” released by Netflix in 2021.

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