The Nun Movie Poster Arrives Ahead Of Comic-Con 2018 Panel -
The upcoming supernatural horror film The Nun has now released its official poster prior to the San Diego Comic-Con 2018 panel on which it will be featured. The latest piece of promotional marketing has been revealed just hours before New Line Cinema’s convention panel and indicates that further details regarding the film will be discussed. The Nun is set as a spin-off to 2016’s The Conjuring 2, making it the fifth addition to The Conjuring franchise. Directed by Corin Hardy, who’s accredited for his directorial debut on The Hallow, the film will follow the investigation of a mysterious suicide of a young nun in 1952 Romania. In trying to find the answers for her unsuspected death, a priest and a novitiate find themselves uncovering a much darker story. Risking their lives and their souls, the two confront the demonic force that first made its appearance in The Conjuring 2. Leading up to the production studio’s Comic-Con panel later this evening, which has been deemed ‘Scarediego’, the first look at the official poster has been revealed. The poster showcases the two nuns that the film is seemingly going to focus around - the late young nun who took her own life, and the malevolent spirit that will instill fear in viewers once again. While the poster doesn’t reveal much, it does suggest audiences can expect the latest addition to the franchise to live up to the fear-factor expectations. As well as noting that the newest film will be the "darkest chapter" of The Conjuring Universe, it also confirms a later release date. While production of the film wrapped after only 38 days of filming in June 2017, Warner Bros. Pictures originally planned to release the movie in July this year. However, in February it was announced that the release date was being pushed back to September 7, which the poster now confirms. The upcoming horror will once again see the creative talent of James Wan.