Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor Joining James Wan's 'The Conjuring'
Last summer we learned that James Wan was going to be haunting audiences again with a film known as The Conjuring. Now the film currently doesn't have the same title, but it does boast Wan's Insidious collaborate Patrick Wilson and Up in the Air star Vera Farmiga in its cast. Now Heat Vision has word that Ron Livinston (Office Space) and Lili Taylor are also joining the film, written by Chad and Carey Hayes which follows a husband and wife team (Wilson and Farmiga) of demonologists and psychic investigators who enter the most horrifying case of their career as they investigate spirits in a Rhode Island farmhouse.
Livinston and Taylor will play a couple who move into the haunted farmhouse and find themselves terrified by the spirits living there. While I have faith in Wan (even though the second half of Insidious left something to be desire), the Hayes writing team has delivered duds like the remake of House of Wax, The Reaping and Whiteout, so I can't say I'm too thrilled with the prospect yet. However, the cast is an interesting ensemble, and since this is based on a real life story of a family who claimed they "lived among the dead" with spirits that were both friendly and evil inhabiting their farmhouse, it could be interesting.
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
I like Lili Taylor, Hope the movie is good.
Crapola on Jan 25, 2012
Didn't Lili learn anything from The Haunting? Also, if it's got Wan on it - it's a sure-fire stinker.
norm on Jan 25, 2012
Its based on a 'REAL EVENT' and right now there is a three foot tall goblin living in my basement. I have been fighting it for months but have not credible photographs, videos or recording, but take my word for it: Its REAL Y'all! I am writing the book and hopefully Hollywood will buy the rights and make it into a movie that will show you all the stuff that I could not capture on tape or video. Yep. The real stuff. Believe, America. BELIEVE!
uberman on Jan 26, 2012
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