August 3, 2021

why is it from the Warrenverso even though the director denies it

Once the correct The Warren File: Forced By The Demon (Michael Chaves, 2021), eighth film of the terrifying cinematic universe made around charlatans Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga), has gone through the cinemas of this pandemic world yet, its director has had no other occurrence than declare that La Llorona (2019) is not integrated into the mentioned Warren universe. A nonsense.

Like when they insisted that Cary Joji Fukunaga was the first American director of a film about James Bond to be in charge of No time to die (2021), the last planned with the participation of Daniel Craig as the secret agent of novelist Ian Fleming.

Something just as false as the statement of his compatriot, Michael Chaves, about his own movie, and for practically the same reasons.

The statements of Michael Chaves, director of ‘La Llorona’ and ‘The Warren File: Forced by the demon’

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“The very simple reason [por la que La Llorona] It is not [parte del universo Warren es que] it was done without one of the producers [de la franquicia], so technically it cannot be fully accepted ”, the director explained to Josh Millican during an interview for Dread Central. “Originally, only there was supposed to be a playful wink [al universo Warren en La Llorona], putting the father [Pérez] and doing the flashback a Annabelle [John R. Leonetti, 2014]”.

“But it wasn’t supposed to be marketed that way. The plan was, you’d get into it and then it was like, “Oh my God, they’re connected!” We weren’t supposed to be doing that from the start. And that is why [el filme] He has that outsider status. But how [el personaje de] lin Llorona she is a stranger, I think it fits ”; and his myth “can stand on its own.”