While horror franchises aren't exactly new, James Wan's Conjuring series is more ambitious than most, and has been slowly building an MCU-style interconnected horror universe for several years. Following last year's hugely successful The Nun, 2019 sees the return of spooky Victorian doll Annabelle, for her third movie. A short teaser has now been released, which confirms the title of the new film.
The teaser has no footage from the movie, but it does reveal that it is named Annabelle Comes Home. It follows Annabelle (2014) and Annabelle: Creation (2017) and hits theaters on June 28. Check the teaser out below:
Annabelle Comes Home is directed by Gary Dauberman. While this is Dauberman's first movie as director, he wrote the previous two Annabelle films, as well as the upcoming It: Chapter Two. The movie stars Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, who reprise their roles from the main Conjuring films as paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren. Wan is producing once more.
Annabelle Comes Home isn't the only Conjuring-related movie on its way this year. Next month sees the release of The Curse Of La Llorona, which is also produced by Wan and has a loose connection to those films. Check out GameSpot's review here.