Get ready for another movie that will make you afraid of your house’s every bump, creak, and clank. Haunted house movie Insidious is getting a sequel.
The horror flick was a box office success when it opened in April 2011: It was made for a reported $1.5 million and grossed $97 million worldwide. For the sequel, titled Insidious Chapter 2, James Wan and Leigh Whannell will return to direct and pen the screenplay, respectively.
[Spoiler alert for anyone who doesn't want to know who didn't die in the first movie.]
Reprising their roles in the sequel are Patrick Wilson, Rose Bryne, Lin Shaye and young actor Ty Simpkins.
The movie is set for an August 30, 2013 release. Production begins in mid-January in Los Angeles.
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