SAN DIEGO – "What's the loser?"

Bill Hader gets the erotic version of the publishing club from last year's horror hit "It" in the first recordings of "It Chapter Two" (in cinemas September 6, 2019), which was shown on Wednesday evening at the Comic-Con [19659006] The sequel filmed in Toronto for just a few weeks, but a behind-the-scenes look that premiered at the "ScareDiego" presentation of geek culture extravaganza provided insights into the adult characters of Hader, James McAvoy, and Jessica Chastain and others. The losers meet again to defeat Pennywise (Bill Skarsgard), 27 years after their last clash with the evil clown.

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Director Andy Muschietti teases frightening situations in "Chapter Two", enough where fans should bring "diapers for grown-ups", though crazy Pennywise only briefly appeared in the video. Instead, two women recorded the frightening "ScareDiego" lull: the very unholy lady at the heart of "The Nun" (Sept. 7), a new horror movie from the "The Conjuring" universe of executive producer James Wan , and the jocular title character "The Curse of La Llorona" (19 April 2019).

Director: Michael Chaves, "La Llorona" is based on the Mexican folk legend of a woman named Maria, who finds her husband in the arms of a younger woman and drowns her two young boys in a fit of jealousy. After killing herself in the same waters, she is cursed to walk the earth forever, searching for other children she can call her own.

In the 1970s, "The Curse of La Llorona" focuses on a social worker and widow (played by Linda Cardellini) who has to protect her young when she hears the cries of the weeping ghost and starts bad stuff around her. Of course, the little ones are crawled by La Llorona, in a white dress with a veil that surrounds their greyish face, and eerie eyes that emit black tears.

"La Llorona lives and breathes our culture," said the Mexican-born star Patricia Velasquez. "Personally, I believe in La Llorona, although it is a story that we tell our children to behave when you ask a Latin person 60, 70 years old, when they have stopped believing in La Llorona, will they say no. "

Her co-star Raymond Cruz cast a devastating political humor: "It's a very contemporary film that takes place in the '70s, but La Llorona is two hundred years older than Trump and separates Mexican children from their parents. "

But before La Llorona shows up, the audience has the demonic star of" The Nun "to look forward to. Played by Bonnie Aarons, she started out as the primary enemy of paranormal experts Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) in 2016 "The Conjuring."

"The Nun," however, is "Our Origin Story for Everything That Comes Later" in the "Conjuring" franchise, Director Corin Hardy said. The film takes place in the 1950s, when Vatican Father Burke (Demian Bichir) and young sister Irene (Taissa Farmiga, Vera's sister) investigate a suicide in a Romanian monastery.

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Hardy filmed in castles and villages in Romania, which was a blessing for the born in Bucharest actress Ingrid Bisu. "It was great, hopefully, to know something other than Dracula, we're ready for something new," she said, laughing. Bisu was also glad that the crew was able to experience the Romanian culture: "They were shocked by the amount of sour cream we eat, we eat it with fried sardines and cabbage – my mouth soaks in it."

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Farmiga gave her a shout on Aaron's onscreen slide ("She's just so delighted to scare the [stuffing] out of you") and betrays how she got rid of the horror at the end of the day. "I go to bed alone in my hotel and the demoness knocks on the brain and I start to meditate and I breathe and count and I do not let her in."

Wan announced another addition to the "Conjuring" franchise: a third "Annabelle" film, written and directed by Gary Dauberman. The movie is due to be released next summer, and the possessed doll is taken to the Warrens' house and taken to art-room space, where it can do no further damage. But it causes chaos and evokes an evil in the place where tackles the 10-year-old daughter of Warrens. The doll "activates all the other haunted artifacts in this room," Wan said. "It's basically 'night in the museum' with Annabelle!"

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