Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist, the sequel to 2013 horror film of the same name, will now land in cinema halls on June 10, 2016 instead of October 23 next year.
Director James Wan is returning to the director's chair for the sequel with an eye on production next summer, reported Ace Showbiz.
Both Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are expected to reprise their roles as real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The Conjuring made $320 million worldwide on a $20 million budget.
The film is based in London suburb of Enfield in 1977, reports Cinema Blend. Single mother Margaret Hodgson is sceptical at first when her four children, aged seven to 13, begin to complain that their beds shake in the night, a chest of drawers moves in the dark, and mysterious knocking sounds resound throughout the halls.
It appears it is not a case of a haunted home, as much as haunted children. Both of Hodgson's daughters claimed to have been stalked by this poltergeist, tormented at school or when visiting with friends. Margaret began to fear that her eleven-year-old Janet was the key focus of this spirit's attention. A series of skeptics and investigators came to the Hodgson home, including Ed and Lorraine Warren.