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Insidious 5 Hyped By Blumhouse Head With New Patrick Wilson Image

Jason Blum, head of Blumhouse Production, hypes the upcoming Insidious 5 with a new image of Patrick Wilson. The first Insidious was released back in 2010, quickly proving popular with horror fans for its chilling premise and terrifying moments. The film ended up kick-starting a franchise that now includes 4 films, including Insidious: Chapter 2, Insidious: Chapter 3, and Insidious: The Last Key, the most recent two of which are prequels. Wilson first appears in the original Insidious as John Lambert and hasn’t appeared in the franchise since Insidious: Chapter 2.

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It was confirmed back in 2020 that another installment in the Insidious franchise was moving forward with Wilson returning as Lambert. In a first for Wilson, it was also announced that the actor would be taking on directing duties for the film. In addition to Wilson, it’s also been confirmed that Rose Byrne, who played Renai Lambert in Insidious and Insidious: Chapter 2, would also be returning. Plot details for Insidious 5 tease that the story will take place ten years after the end of Insidious: Chapter 2, following John as he takes his son, Dalton (Ty Simpkins), to college. However, the pair soon find themselves once more haunted by familiar demons.


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In a new post on Twitter, Blum shares an image of himself and Wilson, potentially from the set of Insidious 5. The producer promises that fans are going to really enjoy the new installment and claims that, “it’s going to be great.” Blum also playfully teases fans to stop asking him about the long-awaited Five Nights at Freddy’s movie adaptation. Check out Blum’s tweet below:

The last chapter in the Insidious franchise was released back in 2018, making the current gap between films the longest in franchise history. Fans are understandably excited for Insidious 5, not just because it’s another film in the Insidious universe, but because it sees the return of both Wilson and Byrne. Wilson is now renowned in the horror community for his role in a host of scary films, including The Conjuring, Bone Tomahawk, The Nun, Annabelle Comes Home, and In The Tall Grass.


While the return of Wilson and Byrne alone is enough to make Insidious 5 an exciting prospect, the fact that the actor is directing the film is also an interesting development. Wilson, of course, has big shoes to fill, with the original Insidious having been helmed by James Wan with a script from Leigh Whannel, the two creators of the original Saw movie. Both Whannell and Wan serve as producers on the upcoming Insidious 5 and, if Blum’s tweet is anything to go by, the upcoming installment has the potential to be the best yet.

Source: Jason Blum/ Twitter


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