Conjuring 3 Logo Is A Flat Version That’s Retro Horror

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Hollywood Horror Movies franchise The Conjuring has been around for a decade now. The franchise got two spin-offs and is still going strong. The third part in the franchise, The Conjuring 3 will hit theatres soon. A Twitter account, Conjuring Universe, just revealed the official logo of The Conjuring 3 film. The logo this time around is much more low-fi, making it look right out of an eighties film. That should tie up with the news that splurged a while ago, that the third Conjuring film will show the younger versions of the Warrens. Both the Conjuring films never had a logo of any sorts, but the title was always highly stylized. The same stylized typeface is now the logo, albeit a very flat version. I love the retro look.

See The Conjuring Logo here:

Michael Chavez directs the eighth film in the Hollywood horror movies franchise. The Conjuring 3 has a screenplay by David Lesise Johnson-McGoldrick. It’s a direct sequel to the 2013 The Conjuring and 2016 The Conjuring 2.  Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will return as the paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. James Wan and Peter Safran are co-producing the project for New Line Cinema. Michael Hoog is playing the young Ed Lorraine. Megan Ashley Brown is playing the younger Lorraine Warren.  The film releases in September 2020. According to the buzz online, this time, the franchise will get into lycanthropy and will not have the typical haunted house concept that was in the other two films.

The Conjuring is one of the most successful Hollywood horror movies franchise and has had the maximum number of spin-offs. The films are critically acclaimed and commercially successful. In fact, all the spin-offs, Annabelle, The Nun and films like The Crooked Man and The Curse of Lla Llorona are all highly successful.

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About Roy D'Silva 483 Articles
Roy D'Silva loves nicely made horror films,books and series. He has spent a lifetime covering various entertainment beats and has finally found his calling covering the paranormal/supernatural/horror fiction beat.

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