Warner Bros. Pictures: Demonic Possessions Begin When “Annabelle Comes Home”

Retrieved by demonologists Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) from a group of terrified young nurses, the Annabelle doll has been safely secured for a year in her new home amidst the Warrens’ myriad haunted artifacts when New Line Cinema’s “Annabelle Comes Home” begins.  Despite the relative quiet during that time, all the relics are still conduits for malevolent forces that are undoubtedly aware of Annabelle’s presence among them.  

The screenplay was penned by “Annabelle” franchise writer Gary Dauberman, who makes his feature directorial debut with “Annabelle Comes Home.”  “It felt like a natural progression and the right time to make that leap, and James and Peter were very supportive,” he notes of producers James Wan and Peter Safran.  Wan and Dauberman co-wrote the story, and the latter says that they knew immediately they wanted to anchor it at the Warren house and continue with the cool, 1970s throwback vibe, while taking a closer look than ever before at the Warren household.


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