The upcoming Hollywood movie, Annabelle Comes Home, is ready, to make the audiences scared and it shall be ideal to say that fans and audiences are already having goosebumps, after seeing first look poster of the film.
Makers of the film, Annabelle Comes Home, The Warner Bros. has been unveiled and launched first theatrical trailer of the forthcoming American film, Annabelle Comes Home, and the movie already gives spin chill thrilling experienced to the fans and the audiences’.
The upcoming movie, Annabelle Comes Home, is a forthcoming supernatural horror movie, which is based on the story of the famous mythological, the Annabelle doll.
This one is another installment in the Conjuring Universe franchise, and that’s why the forthcoming movie, Annabelle Comes Home, is already giving Goosebumps to the fans and the audiences.
The spooky film is penned and helmed by Gary Dauberman and with this movie, he is also marking his debut as a movie director. James Wan has also co-written the scripts, which is quite interesting and fascinating.
Annabelle Comes Home: Theatrical Trailer Of The Horror Movie Is Out
The movie is produced by, James Wan and Peter Safran, which is features, some of the Hollywood actors, like, Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman and Katie Sarife, besides, actors, like, Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, reprised their roles from the earlier, seasons and they shall be seen and appeared as Ed and Lorraine Warren.
Music of the movie is composed by Joseph Bishara and the cinematography is done by, Michael Burgess.
Bankrolled of the movie is done by, some of the famous Hollywood movie producers, like, New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster Productions, The Safran Company.
The movie shall be distributed by, very famous and prominent company, Warner Bros. which is all set to hit theaters worldwide on this, 28th June 2019 and as of now promotion of the movie is going on the full swing and makers are leaving no stone unturned to make the film successful.
Being an English movie, the upcoming Hollywood and American movie are hit theatres, simultaneously, in some other languages also, which include Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.