Latest Images
Latest Pictures
Nov
01
Posted by   Filed under Movies, Photos, Screencaptures, The ConjuringComments Off

Hello, hope you had or having a good Halloween. In theme with this festivity of “demons et similia”, I’ve added to the gallery over 400 HD screencaptures from the bluray disc of The Conjuring. I did really love the movie and I think Vera was exceptionally great as she has proved many many times. Enjoy them and go watch it if you still haven’t! The Conjuring it’s now available on DVD and Bluray disc.

Gallery link:
Movie Productions > The Conjuring (2013) > Bluray Screencaptures

Aug
09
Posted by   Filed under Interviews, Media Alert, Movies, The ConjuringComments Off

With James Wan’s The Conjuring sweeping (and spooking) all before it at the US box office and UK filmgoers getting a serious frightening from this Friday, Empire’s curiosity has been piqued. What makes a $20m film recoup its budget in less than a weekend and go onto make nearly $100m in less than a fortnight? Is it a talented director with a track record in low-budget, high-concept filmmaking? Good old-fashioned storytelling? A seasoned cast selling the scares? Then we realised: it’s witchcraft! So we went along to the film’s press junket in San Francisco to burn everyone involved.



Source

Aug
09
Posted by   Filed under Articles, Movies, News & Rumors, The ConjuringComments Off

The Conjuring easily won the box office this weekend with  $41.5 million and a sequel is looking likely. During the Bates Motel interview sessions at Comic-Con yesterday, Vera Farmiga let us know that she’s already signed on for another movie.

Vera Farmiga joined our table to discuss the first and upcoming season of Bates Motel, but also had a chance to talk about The Conjuring. While we’ll post the full interview soon, she mentioned that both her and Patrick Wilson signed a deal that included the both of them appearing in a sequel. It wasn’t mentioned if the same was the case with James Wan, and we’re hoping to have more details soon.

Previously: After all the positive reactions from early screenings ofThe Conjuring, New Line is expecting to have a big hit on their hands and is already developing a sequel. This news comes from Variety, who also revealed that New Line hopes to build a franchise around the Warrens’ past investigations.

Of course, all of this will depend on how The Conjuringperforms at the box office, so we should have more details on potential sequels next month. The big question is whether or not New Line will wait for James Wan to return. He’s currently involved with the next Fast & Furioussequel and it may be more difficult to get him to commit to a sequel right away.

The Conjuring was directed by James Wan and stars Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Ron Livingston, Lili Taylor, Joey King, Shanley Caswell, Haley McFarland, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver, and Sterling Jerins. The movie will be released in the US on July 19th and the UK on August 2nd. Missed out on the previous trailers, photos, and poster? Check them out at the following links:

“Before there was Amityville, there was Harrisville. “The Conjuring” tells the true story of Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga), world renowned paranormal investigators, who were called to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in a secluded farmhouse. Forced to confront a powerful demonic entity, the Warrens find themselves caught in the most horrifying case of their lives.”

Source

Jul
21
Posted by   Filed under Articles, Events, Interviews, Media Alert, Movies, The ConjuringComments Off

Has Vera Farmiga been getting into her latest role, or is the role getting into her?

In “The Conjuring,” which is expected to take the number one spot at the box office this weekend after raking in a scary good $17 million on Friday, Farmiga plays Lorraine Warren, a paranormal investigator who is studying a haunted house in Rhode Island. The film was based on the real life adventures of husband-and-wife paranormal researchers Ed and Lorraine Warren (whose work also inspired “The Amityville Horror”), and in an interview with Yahoo! Movies at the San Diego Comic-Con, Farmiga revealed that at least one of the spooky happenings in the story has touched her in real life.

In the New England farmhouse Lorraine and Ed (Patrick Wilson) are investigating in “The Conjuring,” clocks keep stopping at 3:07 a.m., the same time a murder took place in the home. Farmiga insists she now keeps waking up at the same witching hour. “It’s in my subconscious,” Farmiga said. “I know there’s an alarm clock beyond that. It’s a joke now. I look over, I flip over the cell phone, and sure enough, it’s 3:07.”

While Farmiga and her co-star Wilson initially laughed this off as a coincidence, she isn’t taking the matter too lightly. “The things that happened [in the house] were pretty diabolical, and just talking about it conjures up or gives it relevance,” Farmiga said. “You’re dealing with dark, negative mysticism, and I just don’t want to give it more relevance. You don’t want to give it power.”

This isn’t the first time an actor bringing one of the Warrens’ stories to life has had to deal with a similar sinister coincidence. In the 2005 version of “The Amityville Horror,” a noisy ghost makes itself known every night at 3:15 a.m., and Melissa George, who appeared in the movie, found herself similarly waking up at 3:15 a.m. during the production.

“That was scary for me, but I laughed,” George told reporters during the shoot. “I thought it was quite funny.” However, like Farmiga, the experience of the film heightened her belief in the spirit world. “I can’t say I believe in ghosts, but I do believe in something else other than us,” George said. “The supernatural. I think there’s something out there.”

And the real Lorraine Warren doesn’t think there’s anything funny about her work. Warren, now 86, told Yahoo! Movies that the “Amityville Horror” case was the most traumatic she ever dealt with, and that she refuses to set foot in the former Lutz Family home again.

“Amityville was horrible, honey. It was absolutely horrible,” Warren said. “It followed us right straight across the country. I don’t even like to talk about it. I will never go in the Amityville house ever again. You don’t know how long my career is; that’s the only one.”

Farmiga may still be dealing with the spooky fallout from “The Conjuring,” but soon she’ll be returning to another disturbing residence. This week she was nominated for an Emmy for her portrayal of Norman Bates’ mother on “Bates Motel,” which will be coming back for season two in 2014.

Source

Jul
03
Posted by   Filed under Behinds, Movies, Photos, Posters, Stills, The Conjuring2 Response

I’ve added here and there more pictures to The Conjuring, one of Vera’s latest film projects. Enjoy them in our gallery.

Gallery links:
Movie Productions > The Conjuring (2013) > Posters
Movie Productions > The Conjuring (2013) > Behinds
Movie Productions > The Conjuring (2013) > Stills

Jun
29
Posted by   Filed under Articles, Media Alert, Movies, The Conjuring, TrailersComments Off

Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for “The Conjuring,” highlighting the Perron family members who are portrayed in James Wan’s tale of demonic possession.

The trailer depicts Roger and Carolyn Perron (portrayed by Ron Livingston and Lili Taylor) and their five daughters in several scary scenes before switching to interviews with the real-life Perrons.

“As I was the youngest and most vulerable,” recalls April Perron. “I was approached more than anyone.”

It’s the third trailer released for the film, based on the work of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. They’re played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga.

“The Conjuring” made its official North American debut last week at the Los Angeles Film Festival. The film opens July 19 and has the earmarks of a potential sleeper hit:

Source

Apr
03
Posted by   Filed under Media Alert, Movies, The Conjuring, TrailersComments Off


  • Current Projects

    Bates Motel - 2013/2015
    Vera as Norma Louise Bates
    Big city lawyer Hank Palmer returns to his childhood home where his father, the town's judge, is suspected of murder. Hank sets out to discover the truth and, along the way, reconnects with his estranged family.
    Genre: Drama
    Photos - IMDB - Official Site

    The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist - 2015
    Vera as Lorraine Warren
    Not yet released
    Genre: Horror
    Photos - IMDB

    The Locals - 2015
    Vera as Lillian Goldberg
    The Locals is a comedic love story set in the Bronx about two three generational families; one Jewish, one Italian. Ironically, these families as most Jews and Italians have so much in common; love of the gab, love of food, they talk with their hands, they feed you with guilt and fill your hearts with cultural humor that somehow bridges the divide between all cultures and all generations. A New York based Romeo and Juliet with modern a twist that harks to the hilarity of Moonstruck and the lovable absurdity of familial dysfunction in Little Miss Sunshine.
    Genre: Comedy
    Photos - IMDB

    Facing The Wind
    Vera as unknown
    Bob Rowe is a model husband and father whose profound psychic unraveling leads him to commit an unimaginable act of violence and his subsequent search for redemption.
    Genre: Drama
    Photos - IMDB

    Prima
    Vera as unknown
    Chubby Jesse Urchin shocks everyone except her ex-dancer mother Corinne when she is accepted into the prestigious Battleboro School for Dancers. As Corinne struggles to acclimate to her posh stomping grounds of old, Jesse learns that to get to the top she must kill or be killed when she suddenly finds herself immersed in the cutthroat world of prima ballerinas.
    Genre: Comedy
    Photos - IMDB

    The Geography of Hope
    Vera as unknown
    A 1970s-set story centered on two crooks (Eckhart and Harris) hiding out in Baja, Mexico and their experiences with several American women.
    Genre: Crime | Drama
    Photos - IMDB

    The Judge - 2014
    Vera as Samantha
    Big city lawyer Hank Palmer returns to his childhood home where his father, the town's judge, is suspected of murder. Hank sets out to discover the truth and, along the way, reconnects with his estranged family.
    Genre: Drama
    Photos - IMDB - Official Site


  • Partner Sites

    Freddie HighmoreFreddie HighmoreNicola PeltzOlivia CookeTaissa FarmigaTaissa Farmiga

    Powered by Affiliationally


  • Quoting Vera


  • Elite & Top Sites

    Angelina JolieAnna KendrickAsa ButterfieldBoyd HolbrookDaniel CraigEmily VancampEmma StoneHilary SwankIsabelle FuhrmanJake GyllenhaalJake GyllenhaalJennifer LawrenceJoel McHaleJuliette BinocheKate BeckinsaleKate WinsletLana ParrillaMadeleine StoweNicola PeltzOlivia CookePiper PeraboRupert FriendSharon Stone

    Powered by Affiliationally



    View all | Become one

  • About the site

    Owner: Claudia
    Previous Owners: Chanel, Kimberly, Maria
    Contact: form
    Since: February 2006
    Listed: The Fan Carpet
    Currently browsing


  • Disclaimer

    © (2011). Vera Farmiga Online | vera-farmiga.com is a non-profit fan site. We are no way affiliated with Vera, her family, management or friends. All graphics and original content are being used under the Fair Copyright Law 107 and belong to Vera Farmiga Online. Other images and texts belong to their respective owners. No copyright infringement intended. This is an unofficial website.