The Crooked Man From The Conjuring 2 Set to Get His Own Film

New Line is expanding James Wan’s Conjuring franchise with “The Crooked Man,” based on the evil character in The Conjuring 2.

Mike Van Waes has been hired to write “The Crooked Man,” based on a story by James Wan in his role as chief architect of what’s now called The Conjuring Universe. Wan and Peter Safran will be producing.


The new spin-off movie will focus on The Crooked Man, a mysterious figure who played a minor role in the second film and is inspired by an English nursery rhyme.

The Crooked Man only appeared in two scenes in “The Conjuring 2” which deals with the 1977 case of demonic possession of an 11-year-old British girl, played by Madison Wolfe.


The Project will be the fourth film spinoff from Wan’s 2013 hit “The Conjuring” with other three being “Annabelle“, “Annabelle: Creation” and “The Nun.”

“The Nun”, the prequel for “The Conjuring,” stars Demian Bichir as a priest, Taissa Farmiga as a nun and Bonnie Aarons, who reprises her role as the malevolent nun from the second “Conjuring” movie.

Corin Hardy is directing the film so watch this space as more details come to hand.

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