Annabelle: Creation Has Biggest Thursday Debut For Conjuring Franchise

Annabelle: Creation yielded enough in ticket sales its preview night in theaters to make it the biggest Thursday night opener in The Conjuring franchise. The tale of the creepy, demonically possessed doll kicked off The Conjuring in 2013 when demonologists Ed and Elizabeth Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) seized the doll and safely encased it in a glass case in their occult museum to prevent it from wreaking any more havoc.

And while the vintage toy only appeared in the film’s opening scenes, it had a big enough impact on moviegoers that Warner Bros. realized the potential of a spinoff film featuring the character, and quickly put into play the spinoff film Annabelle, which was released in 2014. Following ...

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Annabelle: Creation Has Biggest Thursday Debut For Conjuring Franchise

Annabelle: Creation yielded enough in ticket sales its preview night in theaters to make it the biggest Thursday night opener in The Conjuring franchise. The tale of the creepy, demonically possessed doll kicked off The Conjuring in 2013 when demonologists Ed and Elizabeth Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga) seized the doll and safely encased it in a glass case in their occult museum to prevent it from wreaking any more havoc.

And while the vintage toy only appeared in the film’s opening scenes, it had a big enough impact on moviegoers that Warner Bros. realized the potential of a spinoff film featuring the character, and quickly put into play the spinoff film Annabelle, which was released in 2014. Following ...

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