In news that no longer comes as a surprise in 2020, the third installment in the Conjuring film series has been delayed from this September to June 4, 2021, The A.V. Club reported.
The news follows shortly after Warner Bros removed Tenet’s release date, in a move no doubt designed to make sure Christopher Nolan’s epic is ideally placed in the box office once cinemas reopen. While The Conjuring 3 is also a Warner Bros film, the studio has clearly decided that releasing one big film in an increasingly uncertain year is more than enough.
With The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It yet to receive any kind of major marketing, it’s no wonder the studio has made the decision to push it to next year. So far, all that’s been released for the upcoming horror film is a short synopsis and a title card.