The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

1 hr 52 min

R

The demonic case that shocked America.

THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT reveals a chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even experienced real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. One of the most sensational cases from their files, it starts with a fight for the soul of a young boy, then takes them beyond anything they'd ever seen before, to mark the first time in U.S. history that a murder suspect would claim demonic possession as a defense.

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  • Jun 4, 2021
  • Horror

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Cast & Crew

  • Patrick WilsonEd Warren

    Patrick Joseph Wilson was born in Norfolk, Virginia and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida, the son of Mary Kathryn (Burton), a voice teacher and professional singer, and John Franklin Wilson, a news anchor. Wilson has a B.F.A. in Drama from Carnegie-Mellon University. His theater work has produced many nominations and awards. He was nominated for Best Actor in a Musical for The Full Monty, a Drama League Award for "Fascinating Rhythm", a Drama Drama League Award for "Bright Lights, Big City", an Encores nomination for "Tenderloin". He had national tours in "Carousel" (Drama Logue Award winner and L.A. Ovation nomination) and "Miss Saigon". Regionally, he has appeared in "Sweet Bird of Youth" (La Jolla), "Cider House Rules" (Mark Taper Forum), "Romeo and Juliet: The Musical" (Ordway), "Lucky in the Rain" (Goodspeed), "Harmony" (La Jolla), and "The Full Monty" (Globe). Patrick Wilson is married to actress Dagmara Dominczyk; the couple has two children.
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  • Vera FarmigaLorraine Warren

    Vera Farmiga is an American actress who has received an Academy Award nomination for her role in Up in the Air (2009) and Primetime Emmy Award nominations for her roles in Bates Motel (2013) and When They See Us (2019). She was born Vera Ann Farmiga, the second of seven children, on August 6, 1973, in Clifton, New Jersey, USA, to Ukrainian parents. She did not speak English until the age of six, and was raised in the Ukrainian Catholic home of her mother, Luba (Spas), a schoolteacher, and her father, Michael Farmiga, a computer systems analyst. Her younger sister is actress Taissa Farmiga, who is 21 years her junior. Young Vera was a shy, nearsighted girl, who played piano and folk danced with a Ukrainian touring company in her teens. In 1991, she graduated from Hunterdon Central Regional High School. Farmiga initially dreamed of becoming an optometrist, but she later changed her mind and studied acting at Syracuse University's School of Performing Arts, graduating in 1995. The following year, she began her professional acting career, making her Broadway debut as an understudy in the play "Taking Sides". Her stage credits included performances in "The Tempest", "Good", "The Seagull", and in a well-reviewed off-Broadway production of "Second-Hand Smoke" (1997). That same year, she made her television debut as the female lead, opposite a then-unknown Heath Ledger, in Fox's adventure series Roar (1997). In 1998, Farmiga made her big screen debut in the drama Return to Paradise (1998), then played the daughters of Christopher Walken in The Opportunists (2000) and Richard Gere in Autumn in New York (2000). She starred as a working-class mother struggling to keep her life and marriage together while hiding her drug addiction in Down to the Bone (2004), for which she was awarded Best Actress from the 2004 Sundance Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Farmiga's acting talent shone in a range of characters, from her role as a senator's daughter in The Manchurian Candidate (2004), the wife of a mobster in Running Scared (2006), a humorous prostitute in Breaking and Entering (2006), and a police psychiatrist in The Departed (2006). In 2010, Farmiga received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance in Up in the Air (2009). In 2011, she made her directorial debut with the drama Higher Ground (2011), in which she also appeared in the leading role. Although the film had a limited release, Farmiga's direction and performance received attention at several festivals. In 2013, she began starring in the drama thriller series Bates Motel (2013), for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in the first season. In 2019, she received a second Primetime Emmy Award nomination, this time in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie category, for her role in the drama miniseries When They See Us (2019). Farmiga was formerly married to actor Sebastian Roché, whom she met during production of Roar (1997). The two eloped to the Bahamas after the series ended in 1997. They separated and subsequently divorced in 2004. On September 13, 2008, she married musician Renn Hawkey, with whom she has two children, son Fynn McDonnell (b. 2009) and daughter Gytta Lubov Hawkey (b. 2010). Farmiga lives with her family in Hudson Valley, New York. Her other activities, outside her acting profession, include reading, playing piano, boxing, jujitsu, and spending time with her pet angora goats.
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  • Ruairi O'ConnorArne Cheyenne Johnson

  • Julian HilliardDavid Glatzel

  • Sarah Catherine HookDebbie Glatzel

  • Keith Arthur BoldenSergeant Clay

  • Eugenie BondurantThe Occultist

  • Ronnie Gene BlevinsBruno

  • Shannon KookDrew

    Born in Johannesburg as Shannon Kook-Chun to a father of Chinese descent and South African mother, Shannon moved to Canada at an early age and eventually adopted the stage name Shannon Kook. After attending the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal, where he graduated with the Edna Khubyar Acting Award & scholarship, Shannon won his first on camera roles guest starring on The Border, and Being Erica on consecutive weeks. And followed that up landing a recurring role in crime drama HBO series Durham County, playing David Cho. In 2010, Shannon was also cast in the biggest role up to that point when he won a guest starring part in an episode of Degrassi. He played Zane Park, a role which led to wider exposure when he reprised the part as a regular on Degrassi: The Next Generation (from 2010-11) and also playing a regular role as Deven Phillips on the Family Channel original series Baxter (2010-11). Shannon won a guest role in an episode of Rookie Blue in 2011 and lent his voice to the animated short film Requiem for Romance in 2012. His contribution to the Short earned him the 2013 ACTRA Award of Excellence for Outstanding Voice Performance. He landed his first feature film part as Drew Thomas in the wildly successful James Wan thriller The Conjuring with Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. In 2014, Shannon was named a TIFF Rising Star and in 2015, he revisited the thriller genre with a small part in the Charlize Theron-led Dark Places. Based on a popular Gillian Flynn novel, the film also stars Nicholas Hoult, Chloe Grace Moretz and Christina Hendricks. He was also awarded a 2015 Trailblazer Award from the Reelworld Film Festival. With 2016's The Conjuring 2, Shannon reprised his role as Drew Thomas. The film brought back Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as Ed and Lorraine Warren, and also showcased Madison Wolfe, Maria Doyle Kennedy and Franka Potente. The same year, Shannon also earned a role in an episode of the CW series Beauty and the Beast. Shannon, whose middle name is Xiao Long (which means little/young dragon), is friends with Nina Dobrev and Ben Hollingsworth. The trio lived together for a short period of time and Nina and Ben have also starred in CW shows. Shannon was recently a recurring character on Shadowhunters. His interests also lie in photography, and plans on directing, while training in dance, martial arts and workshops in astrology, reiki and spirit.
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