The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
Accused of murder, the prime suspect claims demonic possession as his defense, forcing Ed and Lorraine Warren into a supernatural inquiry unlike anything they have ever encountered.
- Release Date6/2021
- DistributorWarner Bros.
- GenreHorror Thriller
- Est. Production Cost $40 million
- Est. Profitable
|US Box Office||$65,600||Est. US Film Rentals||$30,832|
|Foreign Box Office||$137,500||Est. Foreign Film Rentals||$55,000|
|World Box Office||$203,100||Est. World Film Rentals||$85,832|
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