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The Conjuring 2 (known in the United Kingdom as The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Case) is a 2016 American supernatural horror film, directed by James Wan. The screenplay is by Chad Hayes, Carey W. Hayes, Wan, and David Leslie Johnson. It is the sequel to 2013 s The Conjuring, the second installment in The Conjuring series, and the third installment in the Conjuring Universe franchise. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise their roles as paranormal investigators and authors Ed and Lorraine Warren from the first film. The film follows the Warrens as they travel to England to assist the Hodgson family, who are experiencing poltergeist activity at their Enfield council house in 1977 which later became referred to as Janet Hodgson s trickery.
In July 2013, before the release of the first film, it was reported that New Line Cinema was already developing a sequel with both Farmiga and Wilson signed on to reprise their roles. By October 2014, it was announced that Wan would return to direct the sequel and would make his first contribution as a writer in the franchise. Principal photography began in September 2015 in Los Angeles and concluded in December 2015 in London.
The Conjuring 2 had its world premiere at TCL Chinese Theatre on June 7, 2016, and was theatrically released in the United States on June 10, 2016, by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema. The film received generally positive reviews from critics and grossed over $320 million worldwide. A spin-off prequel, The Nun, was released in September 2018, and a sequel, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, was released in June 2021.
In 1976, paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren investigate the Amityville murders at the Amityville house, to determine if a demonic presence was truly responsible for Ronald DeFeo Jr. killing his entire family on November 13, 1974, and the subsequent haunting incident involving the Lutz family. During a seance, Lorraine is drawn into a vision where she relives the murders and encounters a demonic nun figure. She then witnesses Ed being impaled, badly frightening her.
In 1977, the Hodgson family begins to experience strange occurrences in their home in the London borough of Enfield after Janet, the second-oldest of four children, plays with a ouija board. Janet starts to sleepwalk and converses in her dreams with an entity in the form of an angry elderly man who sits in the family s armchair, insisting the house is his. Eventually, the Hodgson siblings and their mother Peggy witness paranormal events, terrifying them into seeking refuge with their neighbors. When the media attempts to interview the family, Janet is possessed by the elderly man, Bill Wilkins, who previously lived and died in the house. As Janet shows more signs of demonic possession, the story eventually reaches the Warrens, and their assistance is requested to prove whether or not Janet s possession is a hoax. Lorraine, fearful that her vision of Ed s death may become reality, warns him not to get involved. She has another vision of the demonic nun in Ed s study. The demon says its name, which Lorraine scratches into her Bible in a trance.
While staying at the Hodgson residence, Ed and Lorraine consult other paranormal investigators, including Maurice Grosse and Anita Gregory, on the legitimacy of the case. Gregory presents video evidence of Janet wrecking the kitchen on purpose, thereby discrediting the haunting. Based on this, Ed and Lorraine decide to leave, believing the family is lying for fame. However, they discover that the spirit of Wilkins is only a pawn being manipulated by the true demon, the powerful nun, who is seeking to break Janet s will. Lorraine realizes that her abilities had been blocked by the nun, preventing her from grasping the truth of Janet s possession.
Ed and Lorraine quickly return to the Hodgson residence and find Janet possessed and the rest of the Hodgsons locked outside the house. Ed ventures inside alone and finds Janet at the window, ready to commit suicide. He manages to grab Janet in time, but is close to falling. Lightning strikes the tree in the yard, turning it into the stump that impales Ed in Lorraine s vision. Lorraine finds her Bible in which she wrote the demon s name – Valak. She addresses the demon by its name, successfully condemning it back to Hell. Janet is freed of its possession, and Lorraine pulls her and Ed to safety.
After returning home, Ed adds an item to his and Lorraine s collection – a haunted Crooked Man zoetrope toy owned by Peggy s youngest child – placing it beside the cursed music box and the allegedly cursed Raggedy Ann doll. Lorraine put the can t help falling in love with you, and the Warrens share a dance.
- Vera Farmiga as Lorraine Warren
- Patrick Wilson as Ed Warren
- Madison Wolfe as Janet Hodgson
- Frances O Connor as Peggy Hodgson
- Lauren Esposito as Margaret Hodgson
- Benjamin Haigh as Billy Hodgson
- Patrick McAuley as Johnny Hodgson
- Simon McBurney as Maurice Grosse
- Maria Doyle Kennedy as Peggy Nottingham
- Simon Delaney as Vic Nottingham
- Franka Potente as Anita Gregory
- Bob Adrian as Bill Wilkins
- Joseph Bishara as Demon Robin Atkin Downes as the voice of Demon
- Robin Atkin Downes as the voice of Demon
- Bonnie Aarons as Valak / The Nun
- Javier Botet as Crooked Man
- Steve Coulter as Father Gordon
- Abhi Sinha as Harry Whitmark
- Chris Royds as Graham Morris
- Sterling Jerins as Judy Warren
- Daniel Wolfe as Kent Allen
- Annie Young as Constable Heeps
- Elliot Joseph as Constable Peterson
- Cory English as Skeptic Kaplan
- Shannon Kook as Drew Thomas
In July 2013, prior to The Conjuring s release, Variety reported that New Line Cinema was already in the early stages of development of a sequel with Chad Hayes and Carey W. Hayes writing the script, following the positive test screenings and reviews of the first film. Final Destination 5 writer Eric Heisserer would later be brought in to doctor the Hayes script, focusing mainly on dialogue. In January 2015, David Leslie Johnson was hired for rewrites. The film deals with the case of the Enfield poltergeist, which took place in the London Borough of Enfield from 1977 to 1979, and involved the alleged haunting of two sisters, aged 11 and 13, at their mother s council house. The Conjuring 2 also touches on the Warrens most famous and most documented case, The Amityville Horror.
In July 2013, it was reported that Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson had signed on to reprise their roles from The Conjuring. This was confirmed in February 2014. On October 21, 2014, it was announced that James Wan would return to direct the sequel, and production would begin in mid-2015. Speaking to his decision to return for the sequel, Wan stated:
I ve been working very heavily on the script, and the idea of continuing the saga of Ed and Lorraine Warren is actually very exciting. So the idea of going back to kind of nurture my baby that I created is part of the reason why I m going back to do The Conjuring 2.
In early July 2015, lead actors Farmiga and Wilson visited Lorraine Warren at the New England Paranormal Research Center in Connecticut in preparation for their roles. On July 28, 2015, Wan officially began pre-production for the film. In August 2015, the film was granted $5.6 million in tax credits from the California Film Commission for bringing the production to the state.
On September 13, 2015, Don Burgess was confirmed as the film s director of photography. In September 2015, Frances O Connor, Simon McBurney, newcomer Lauren Esposito, and Madison Wolfe joined the cast. Franka Potente, Simon Delaney, Maria Doyle Kennedy, and newcomers Patrick McAuley and Benjamin Haigh were also reported to have been cast in late September 2015. In November 2015, it was announced that Abhi Sinha had joined the cast of the film. On December 1, 2015, it was confirmed that Sterling Jerins would reprise her role as the Warrens daughter Judy.
Principal photography for The Conjuring 2 began on September 21, 2015, in Los Angeles, California. Due to an inexplicable series of events during production of the first film, a priest from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Santa Fe was brought in to bless the set of the sequel by the film s producers. Production moved to London on November 18, 2015, with filming taking place in and around The Warrington, a pub in the residential district of Maida Vale. On November 22, filming took place at Marylebone station. Filming concluded on December 1, 2015. Production lasted for 50 days, with 40 days filming on sound stages at Warner Bros. Studios, Burbank, and 10 days on location in London. Additional photography began in March 2016 to reinvent the film s antagonist, who was initially a demonic figure with wings . Wan felt the design did not fit and instead opted to change the demon to a nun, with Bonnie Aarons cast in the role, to make the film more grounded.
The original musical score for The Conjuring 2 was written by Joseph Bishara and was released on June 3, 2016, by WaterTower Music. Bishara, a recurring collaborator of director James Wan, composed the score after having previously written the music for The Conjuring and the Insidious film series. Lead actor Patrick Wilson performs Elvis Presley s Can t Help Falling in Love on a guitar in the film, while songs such as The Clash s London Calling , Bee Gees I Started a Joke and the traditional nursery rhymes This Old Man and There Was a Crooked Man are also featured. Composer Mark Isham s family themes from the first film, Photograph and Happy Family , were also used in The Conjuring 2.
In December 2015, Entertainment Weekly released the first image from the film, introducing the character portrayed by Madison Wolfe. On January 6, 2016, James Wan posted a teaser clip to his social media accounts revealing that the first official trailer would debut the following day. Also on January 6, Yahoo! Movies exclusively released two stills from the film, featuring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson. On March 26, 2016, Wan premiered the full-length trailer at WonderCon. In the weeks leading up to the film s premiere, TV spots began airing. This was followed by a featurette titled Strange Happenings in Enfield, in which the Hodgson sisters and Lorraine Warren discuss their experiences with the case. Two weeks prior to The Conjuring 2 s premiere, fans were given the opportunity to take a 360-degree virtual reality tour of the film s Enfield house setting. Following that, another featurette was released, titled Audio Recordings, which featured a recording of the alleged demon that inspired the film.
The Conjuring 2 was originally scheduled to be released on October 23, 2015, but in October 2014, Warner Bros. pulled the film from the schedule and set the film for an unspecified 2016 release date. In November 2014, the release date was pushed back from its original release date of October 23, 2015, to June 10, 2016. The Conjuring 2 had its red carpet world premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre on June 7, 2016, as part of the Los Angeles Film Festival s program, three days prior to its wide release.
On June 17, 2016, a 65-year-old man died of a heart attack while watching the film at a cinema in Tiruvannamalai, India.
The Conjuring 2 was released as a digital download on August 30, 2016, and on DVD and Blu-ray on September 13, 2016. Bonus features include behind the scenes footage, featurettes, and deleted scenes.
The Conjuring 2 grossed $102.5 million in the United States and Canada and $217.9 million in other territories for a worldwide total gross of $320.4 million. Although it earned less in North America than the first film, it fared better internationally and overall, making 0.5% more than the first film. The film was the highest-grossing horror film of the year and the second-highest-grossing horror film overall of all time, behind only 1973 s The Exorcist ($441.3 million). It was partly credited for the success of fellow Warner Bros. horror film Lights Out, which was released a month later. Deadline Hollywood calculated the net profit of the film to be $98.3 million, when factoring together all expenses and revenues for the film, making it the 14th-most profitable release of 2016.
In North America, the film opened on June 10, 2016, alongside Warcraft and Now You See Me 2, and was projected to gross $35–40 million from 3,343 theaters in its opening weekend. The film grossed $3.4 million from its Thursday night previews, besting the $3.3 million made by its predecessor, and $16.4 million in its first day. In its opening weekend, the film grossed $40.4 million from 3,434 theaters (almost matching its predecessor s $41.9 million opening), making it the biggest opening for a horror film since the original film in 2013, the biggest-ever for the month of June (breaking The Purge s record), and the fifth-biggest for a horror film of all time, behind the first film, Paranormal Activity 2 and Paranormal Activity 3 ($40.6 million and $52.5 million, respectively), and Friday the 13th ($40.6 million). Following a first-place finish in its first weekend of release, the film faced a steep decline of 63.2% in its second weekend (earning $14.8 million from 3,356 theaters); this was a much larger drop than The Conjuring (46.9%) and Annabelle (57.3%). As a result, it slipped to third place behind newcomers Finding Dory and Central Intelligence, another film from New Line Cinema. It began to lose a considerable number of theaters by its third weekend as a result of numerous newly released films. Forbes magazine noted that The Conjuring 2 was falling faster than the previous film, but had already made more than Insidious: Chapter 2, Annabelle, and both The Purge and The Purge: Anarchy had done at that point in their releases. Unlike its predecessor, The Conjuring 2 proved to be more front-loaded, earning 2.5 times its opening weekend, compared to the original film earning 3.22 times its debut numbers.
Outside North America, the film has been released across 60 countries. It became a big hit in Latin America and performed exceptionally well in other Catholic countries due to its spiritual themes, while it also did well in the U.K., where the film is set. It was released across 44 countries the same weekend as its United States release, and grossed $51.5 million in its opening weekend from 10,400 screens, debuting in second place behind Warcraft. It added another $43.1 million in its second weekend from a total of 57 countries as well as passing the $100 million threshold. However, it still remained in second place at the international box office, behind then-newcomer Finding Dory.
It recorded the biggest opening day of all time for a horror film in 24 markets, including Mexico ($1.6 million), Brazil ($735,000), Australia ($401,000), and all of Latin America. Moreover, in terms of opening weekend, the film scored the biggest opening for a horror film in 26 markets, including Mexico ($9 million), Brazil ($4.1 million), and Australia ($3 million). In Argentina, the film scored the second-biggest opening for Warner Bros. with $2.85 million, behind only Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. In South Korea, the film opened to $4 million, France to $3.7 million, Spain to $1.85 million, Russia to $1.75 million, and Italy to $1.1 million. The film faced stiff competition against Central Intelligence in Germany, making $2.1 million in its opening weekend, placing in second behind the aforementioned film. In the United Kingdom, the film earned an opening weekend of £4.6 million ($6.8 million) from 504 theaters, over twice its predecessor s opening ($3.3 million). In terms of total earnings, its biggest markets outside of North America were in Mexico ($20.3 million), the United Kingdom ($15.3 million), South Korea ($11.5 million) and India ($11.5 million). It has become the highest-grossing Warner Bros. film in Chile with a total gross of $5.4 million.
On Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 80% based on 255 reviews, with an average rating of 6.70/10. The site s critical consensus reads, The Conjuring 2 can t help but lose a bit of its predecessor s chilly sting through familiarity, but what remains is still a superior ghost story told with spine-tingling skill. On Metacritic, the film has a score of 65 out of 100, based on 38 critics, indicating generally favorable reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A− on an A+ to F scale, the same score earned by its predecessor.
In her review for The Hollywood Reporter, Sheri Linden praised the film, saying, Three years after The Conjuring rattled the multiplex with old-school horror, director James Wan ups the ante with an excellent sequel. Owen Gleiberman of Variety gave the film a mixed review, writing, On one level, The Conjuring 2 is just a not-bad megaplex funhouse movie, no more and no less, but on another level it offers its potential fans a helping of reassurance to go along with the fear. If there are ghost demons out there, then God must be out there as well. Audiences, it was long ago proven, will pay to see both. TheWrap s Alonso Duralde gave the film a positive review, stating, Frightening rarely strikes twice in the same place, despite the efforts of so many horror sequels, but even if The Conjuring 2 doesn t deliver the delightful jolts of its predecessor, it maintains a consistent chill throughout, with a slow and steady dread that creeps up on you over time.
In a mixed review, Chris Nashawaty of Entertainment Weekly gave the film a B−, writing, There are some solid scares (Wan is too gifted in the dark art of gotcha manipulation to not make you leap a few times), but there s nothing on par with the first film s brilliant hide-and-clap scene with Lili Taylor. Jacob Wilkins of The Cavalier Daily lauded the film, calling Wan a master of horror and remarked that the film was fresh, original and unsettling . Pete Hammond of Deadline.com wrote that he was pleasantly surprised by the sequel and what Wan has accomplished with the film, stating, Wan knows the tricks of this trade (heightened sound effects, moving furniture, dark corners) but somehow miraculously he really puts a fresh spin on it all here. It s riveting stuff, even if in a familiar cinematic environment. He added, It is one hell of a movie.
|2016||Golden Trailer Awards||Best Horror||New Line Cinema||Nominated|
|Best Horror TV Spot||New Line Cinema||Won|
|IGN Summer Movie Awards||Best Horror Movie||The Conjuring 2||Nominated|
|2017||ASCAP Film and Television Awards||Top Box Office Films||Joseph Bishara||Nominated|
|Empire Awards||Best Horror||New Line Cinema / RatPac Entertainment / Warner Bros.||Nominated|
|Golden Tomato Awards||Best Horror Movie of 2016||The Conjuring 2||5th Place|
|iHorror Awards||Best Horror Director||James Wan||Won|
|Best Horror Remake/Sequel||The Conjuring 2||Won|
|People s Choice Awards||Favorite Thriller Movie||The Conjuring 2||Nominated|
|Phoenix Critics Circle||Best Horror Film||The Conjuring 2||Nominated|
|Saturn Awards||Best Horror Film||The Conjuring 2||Nominated|
Wan has stated on further potential sequels, There could be many more movies because the Warrens have so many stories . Screenwriters Chad and Carey Hayes have also expressed interest in working on a story for another sequel. However, Wan stated that he may be unable to direct the film due to his commitments to other projects. He stated to Collider, Assuming we are lucky enough to have a third chapter, there are other filmmakers that I would love to sort of continue on the Conjuring world, if we are lucky enough . Wan has also stated that, if a third film was to be made, it would ideally take place in the 1980s. Wan later stated that the sequel could include lycanthropy, Maybe we can go and do it like a classic American Werewolf in London style. That would be awesome! The Warrens set against the backdrop of The Hound of Baskerville . In May 2017, Safran said it would be unlikely that a third installment would be a haunted house film. In June 2017, it was announced a third installment was in development, with The Conjuring 2 co-writer David Leslie Johnson hired to write the screenplay. In August 2017, Wan told Entertainment Weekly that the filmmakers have been working hard on The Conjuring 3 , and that we re in the midst of working on the script, and still hashing out. We want to make sure that the script is in a really good place. With how much people have loved the first two, I don t want to rush in to the third one if possible . By September of the following year, producer Peter Safran stated that the script was near completion and that production would begin sometime during 2019. In October 2018, Wan selected Michael Chaves to direct the film.
On June 15, 2016, it was reported that a spin-off film titled The Nun, focusing on the Demon Nun character Valak, was in development with Johnson writing the script. Safran and Wan are producing. Corin Hardy was hired to direct the film, with a screenplay by Wan and Gary Dauberman. It was released on September 7, 2018, with Demián Bichir and Taissa Farmiga cast in the lead roles. Bonnie Aarons will reprise her role in the film, and Charlotte Hope, Jonas Bloquet, and Ingrid Bisu are set to co-star. Filming began in May 2017 in Bucharest, Romania.
The Crooked Man
On May 31, 2017, Peter Safran said there was a possibility of a Crooked Man film. On June 14, 2017, it was reported that a spin-off film titled The Crooked Man, featuring the character of the same name from The Conjuring 2, was in development with Mike Van Waes writing the screenplay from a story by James Wan, with Safran and Wan set to produce the project.
|Plot||Ed and Lorraine Warren travel to North London to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by a supernatural spirit.|
|Awards||Awards, 4 wins & 13 nominations|
|Writers||Chad Hayes, Carey W. Hayes, James Wan|
|Stars||Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Madison Wolfe|
|Produced by||Richard Brener, Rob Cowan, Toby Emmerich, Walter Hamada, Steven Mnuchin, Dave Neustadter, Peter Safran, James Wan|
|Music by||Joseph Bishara|
|Cinematography by||Don Burgess|
|Film Editing by||Kirk M. Morri|
|Casting By||Anne McCarthy, Kellie Roy, Rose Wicksteed|
|Production Design by||Julie Berghoff|
|Art Direction by||Fiona Gavin, Geoffrey S. Grimsman, A. Todd Holland, Andrew Rothschild|
|Set Decoration by||Liz Griffiths, Sophie Neudorfer|
|Costume Design by||Kristin M. Burke|
|Makeup Department||Marc Boyle, Samantha Breault, Stacey Butterworth, Joe Colwell, Konnie Daniel, Stephanie Doherty, Lydia Fantini, Eric Feidler, Kim M. Ferry, Jonathan Gording, Anthony Gordon, Lumas Hamilton Jr., Brigitte Hennech, Desirae Hepp, Brian A. Jones, Sean Kenney, Kevin Kirkpatrick, Martina Kohl, Steve Kuzela, Maha, Leila Mauro, Elizabeth Mbousia, Lisa Mustafa, JoJo Myers Proud, Yoko Nobushi, Tijen Osman, Yesim Shimmy Osman, Cristina Patterson, Sam Polin, Claire Pompili, Justin Raleigh, Eleanor Sabaduquia, Roddy Stayton, Brett Stern, Hugo Villasenor, Robert Wilson, Sian Wilson, Emily Dodge, Jenny Hammond, Nuala McArdle, Jess O Shea, Sinead Sweeney|
|Production Management||Danielle Brandon, Jodie Gregory, Jenny Hinkey, Victor Ho, Darin Read|
|Second Unit Director or Assistant Director||Albert Cho, Nathan Kimball, Conte Mark Matal, Sam Smith, Samuel A. Smith, James R. Kipping, Joel Kramer, Bryn Lawrence, Sam Rook, Jeffrey Sheets, Patrick Waggett|
|Art Department||Daniel Ainslie, Armando Alvarado, Perry Bachelor, Timothy Bowen, Ryan Bradbury, John P. Bruce, Jose Castillo, Monica Cervantes, Don Cinderella, Michelle Collier, Dan Crandon, Fabian Cruz, Adriana De La Cruz, Colin Dennis, James Doh, Jamie Egner, Louie Esparza, Christine Eyer, Eloy Fernandez, Chris Fix, Douglas Fox, Joanne Fox, John Fox, Adrienne Garcia, Katie Gauvin, Tone Gibbs, Lisa Goldsmith, Damon Green, Billy Guerrero, Terence Harrington, Clare Holland, Clare Holton, Neil Hornshaw, Gary Jobber, Dan Johnson, Larry Ketchum, Gemma Kingsley, Nigel Kirk, Jared Krichevsky, Karen Krizanovich, Nathan Longest, Dan Marsden, Victor Mendez, Piotr Micyk, David Moreau, Jefferson Murff, Edward V. Pannozzo, Chris Patterson, Ken Perkins, Jason Perrine, Zac Pitre, Craig Price, Michael Pybus, Sarah Regan, Paul Rigby, Charles Righetti, Andre Rivera, Raul Rosario, Mark Runchman, Lee Runnels, Brett V. Shirley, Aaron Sims, Jason Soles, Andre Sowards, David Sutheran, Anthony Syracuse, Randy Syracuse, Rebecca Thomas, Adrian Valdes, Joe Vassallo, Timothy Vierra, Mark Wallis, Joseph Wick, Clare Winkworth, Tom Zawacki, Rebecca Rose Carey, Chris Edwards, R. Scott Loughran|
|Sound Department||Brandon Bak, Brad J. Bakelmun, Rob Bertola, Charlie Campagna, Eliot Connors, Peter Davis, Joe Dzuban, Justin Dzuban, Stefan Fraticelli, Thomas Giordano, Lauren Hadaway, Robert Jackson, William B. Kaplan, Mark Kenna, Gregg Landaker, Steve Maslow, Ron Mellegers, Diane Mercer, Sarath Mohan, Thomas J. O Connell, Jason Oliver, Anand Pawar, Trent Richmond, Pernell L. Salinas, Kevin Schultz, Robert Sharman, John Sievert, Peter Staubli, Dave Thacker, Jo Vale, Randy Wilson, Brad Zoern, Evan J Haley|
|Special Effects by||Melanie Aksamit, Chris Bailey, Frank Willis Balzer, Berj Bannayan, Bart Barber, Julie Bentley, Anthony Delzio, Matthew Dion, Jerome Ellis, Oliver Guy-Watkins, Leon Harris, Desirae Hepp, Graham Hills, Lisa Kutcher, Matt Kutcher, Matthew James Kutcher, Alex Landrum Jr., Timothy Madison, Doug McCarthy, Mike McCooey, Chris Reynolds, Eric Roberts, Jody Taylor|
|Visual Effects by||James Albiez, Jon Anastasiades, Gonzalo Arenas Norton, Jarrod Avalos, Rob Bannister, Georgia Benjamin, Giorgio Bertolone, Christopher Bozzetto, Pankaj Brijlani, Justin Bunt, Odemaris Burgos, Vikram Chandran, Andrew Hung Chiu, Jack Chiu, Aila S. Choi, Cj Cole, Heather Conrad, Marlis Coto, Rusty Currier, Bruno Martins de Azevedo, Andres Delia, John Duke Duquesnay, Daniel Edery, Nadav Ehrlich, Nicholas Elwell, Tim Fescoe, Rolf Fleischmann, Ahmad Ghourab, Kat Gore, Todd Groves, Gregory C. Haas, Dylan Harris, Tom Heddell, Aaron Herrera, Amanda Hollingworth, Joshua Kiyoshi Huestis, Drew Huntley, Chrismac Hwang, Sindre Bjøringsøy Johnsen, Tyler Jones, Josephnixon, Soyeon Jung, Dong Hun Kang, Tejas Kantharia, Kalvin Kingdon, Didier Konings, Leanna Kruse, Tanya Kular, Adarsh Langthasa, Karmen Lee, Simon Littlejohn, Steven Lloyd, Daniel Lu, Xi Luo, Andrey Lutsker, Leo Luxford, Allan Magled, Darvin K. Manwah, Colin Mayne, Kelly McCarthy, Victor F. Medel, Kyle Merola, Midhun, Dhaval Mistry, Divyansh Mittal, Priyank Murarka, Kurtis Myers, Anoop M. Nair, Chun Seong Ng, Marcin Nikiforuk, Gillian Pearson, Michael Pecchia, Dominic Pileggi, Mark Prusten, Karthic Ramesh, Guillermo Ramos, Aamir Raza, Antonio Ribeiro, Sandy Romero, Vanessa Romero, Greta Ruljevaite, Aidin Saedi, Ruben Salazar, Steve Sayer, Pedro Seixas, Keith Sellers, Alexandra Setijo-Joesoef, Aaron Sims, Subodh Singh, Oleg Smykalov, Kendall Spraggins, Daniel St-Amant, Colin Strause, Steve HyunSuk Suh, Mike Terrigno, Natalie Thorsley, Alexis Torres, Philip Trieu, Jevon Tsen, Chad Van Horn, Ariel Velasco-Shaw, Erika Velikoivanenko, Preethi Venkateswaran, Leandro Visconti, Andre Waller, Ben Warburton, Jun Watanabe, Bret Watkins, Gregory Watkins, Brittney Watson, Josh White, Derek Winslow, Andrew Winters, Reza Ghulam Yahya, Alex Young, Josiah Zavala, Joseph Bell, Melody Horton, Andrew Joe, Sitha San, Eevee Saucedo, Greg Strause|
|Stunts||Kelli Barksdale, Lloyd Bass, Emily Brobst, Ray De-Haan, Andy Godbold, Dana Jackson, Dorian Kingi, Joel Kramer, Belinda McGinley, Lee Millham, Anthony Molinari, Tree O Toole, Natasha Paul, Ian Pead, Norb Phillips, Juliana Potter, John Rottger, Andy Smart, Tim Trella, Alex Daniels, Chris Daniels, Jayson Dumenigo, Joel Kramer, Norb Phillips, John Rottger|
|Camera and Electrical Department||Dave Adams, John L. Baker, Craig Bauer, Michael Bauman, Mike Bonnaud, Michael Brennan, Quentin Brown, Michael Burgess, Jeremy Cannon, Guido Cavaciuti, Pete Cavaciuti, Andy Challis, Scott Chase, Michael J. Coo, Damian Cooper, Guy Cope, Martin Cox, Thomas M. Dangcil, Martin Elvin, Ian Fox, Ian Fox, Chris Garcia, Mike Gerzevitz, Ben Giacometti, Mark Gilmer, Ross Grainger, George Harrison, Charles Hart, Charles Heales, Sean Higgins, Des Hills, Mitchell K. Hiniker, Mark Hochman, Simon Hume, Gary Hutchings, Timothy Jipping, Nick Kenealy, Matt Kennedy, Craig Kohtala, Anthony Kwan, Arthur Love, Michael Lyon, Paul McGeachan, Charlie McIntyre, Daisuke Dice Miyake, Matthew Moriarty, Peter Mountain, Archie Muller, Phil Murray, Peter Olney, Mike Parsons, Elvis Pasqual, David Pearce, Toby Plaskitt, Glen Purdy, Eddie A. Reid IV, Jason Robbins, Sean Roberts, Steve Roberts, Jeremy Schonwald, David Scott, James Shovlar, Cricket Sloat, Kevin Stallard, Don Steinberg, Andy Thomson, Mike Visencio, Daniel Wurschl, Aaron G. York|
|Animation Department||Maria Juliana Caicedo, Bibi Fontana, Duck Lee|
|Casting Department||Charlotte Chapman, Bill Dance, Alvin Davis, Barbara Harris, Lauren Jerome, Melissa Murray, Morgan Robbins, Alex Sedgley|
|Costume and Wardrobe Department||Gaby Acosta, Gergana Angelova, Deborah Ash, Kelly Cercone, Christian Cordella, Ursula Crocker, Niamh Doyle, Abigail Gallen, Janet Ingram, Amber Jordyn, Lee Kenny, Sandy Kenyon, Vidya Krishnamurthy, Francine Lecoultre, David Matwijkow, Jason M. Moore, Valerie T. O Brien, Nicole Reed, Lorraine Sibanda, Wyn Vaughan-Humphreys, Darek Beeman|
|Editorial Department||Liz Calandrello, Greg Curry, Bob Fredrickson, Mark Griffith, Jeff Halsey, Jon Rocke, Pamela Scott-Farr, Ron South, Tom Yamamoto, Todd Zongker|
|Location Management||Maxwell Boulton, Michael Brewer, Musonda Chola, Curtis Collins, Bobby Gillam, Hannah Lamb, Cornelius Morpeth, Emma Jane Richards, Jane Soans, Adriene Whitwell|
|Music Department||Helen Z. Altenbach, Kim Baum, Jacob Braun, Tom Brown, Celeste Chada, Blake Cooper, Meredith Crawford, Jessica Dolinger, Andrew Duckles, Justin Dzuban, Katelyn Faraudo, Alma L. Fernandez, Fernando Morales Franchini, Jessica Guideri, Ayana Haviv, Hillary Holmes, Thomas Hooten, Benjamin Jacobson, Eliza James, Armen Ksajikian, Helen Nightengale, Dana Niu, Cindy O Connor, Ashley Olauson, Aaron Oltman, George Oulton, Ben Parry, Julie Pearce, Katia Popov, Jasper Randall, Lise Richardson, Peter Rotter, Bart Samolis, Dana Sano, Holly Sedillos, Peter Snipp, Chris Spilfogel, Christopher Still, Eric Stonerook, Doug Tornquist, Irina Voloshina, Suzanne Waters, Rich Wheeler, Elyse Willis, The Hollywood Studio Symphony|
|Script and Continuity Department||Jody Blose, Lucy Noble|
|Transportation Department||Danny Bress, Kaiser Clark, Bruce Comtois, Mark D. Hysen, Ted Leaning, David Lewis, Lori Maxwell, Jon Moore, Brian Stackhouse, James Waitkus|
|Additional Crew||Kavita Amar, Susan Chika Anisiobi, Tracy Asslanian, Bryan Bailey, Sean Balogh, Aaron Becker, Vincent Befi, Matias Beltramo, Oliver Bentley-Jones, Lisa Berridge, Lisa A. Blair, Jenna Blase, Judy Blinick, Ron Bottitta, Ursula Brauner, Francie Brown, Faz Buffery, Bridgett Buss, Jules Carideo, Nick Costantino, Chelsea Davenport, Adriana De La Cruz, Jenn Derrenger, Jennifer Douglas, Alisha East, Christopher Edgerly, James Ferrera, Charles W. Francis, Kimberley Franklin, Amanda Frauenglass, Rachael Fullerton, Kya Garwood, Micheal Gentry, Cody Gere, Luke Gomes, Melissa Green, Payden Hayes, Thanh Hoang, Mark Hochman, Billy Hodgson, Janet Hodgson, Margaret Hodgson, Molly Jackson, Lauren James, Amy Jones, Jay Julier, Amanda Klein, Craig Kohtala, Lisa Kutcher, Erin Levine, Matthew S. Lovett, Sophie Lyell, Katie Magill, Miranda Marks, Megan Marquardt, Christina Mayorga, Sharon McLean, Adam Michna, Edward V. Pannozzo, Danny Penman, Moira Quirk, Steffen Reichstadt, Darren Richardson, Melisa Rodop, Victoria Rothwell, Nick Sampson, Francesca Sardone, Cris Sawyer, Vicki L. Sawyer, Lucy Scarfe, Sarah A. Semenas, Akshay M. Shah, Milo Shaw, Gunnar Sizemore, Joseph Slomka, Matt Smith, Jamie Soricelli, Tony Spera, John Alexander Stern, Chris Stone, Kara Tsiaperas, Dan Turner, April Wahlin, Lorraine Warren, Sacha Whitmarsh, Richard Wild, Megan S. Willis, Jeff Winn, Stewart Allen-Smith, John Duke Duquesnay, Dana Jackson, Sarah Roberts|
|Thanks||Stephen Dixon, Jay Stewart|
|Genres||Horror, Mystery, Thriller|
|Companies||New Line Cinema, RatPac-Dune Entertainment, The Safran Company|
|Countries||Canada, USA, UK|
|Keywords||haunted house,second part,house,single mother,demonic possession|