The first Insidious: The Red Door video and poster, which tease the Lambert family’s darkest secrets, have been made public.
The crimson door that serves as the entrance to The Further, a magical world, is seen on the poster for the series. Currently, July 7 is set as the release date for the fifth episode.
Insidious: The Red Door, the film directorial debut of actor Patrick Wilson, will once more center the narrative on the Lambert family. When Josh and Dalton decided to suppress their memories in order to prevent themselves from ever again astral projecting and visiting The Further, viewers last saw them in 2013’s Insidious: Chapter 2. The next movie will take up ten years after the events of Chapter 2, with Dalton starting college, maturing, and coming to terms with his astral projection powers.
Patrick Wilson from the Conjuring movies and Ty Simpkins from Iron Man 3 will reprise their respective roles of Josh and Dalton in the fifth sequel. Wilson is the director of Insidious 5, which was based on a scenario by Leigh Whannell and Jason Blum and written by Scott Teems (Halloween Kills). For the first time in the franchise, the screenplay won’t be written by Whannell. Blum, Whannell, Wan, and Oren Peli will produce it.
James Wan‘s 2011 film Insidious served as the franchise’s launchpad. It was a huge hit that made just about $100 million at the movie office and received largely favorable reviews from reviewers and viewers. In addition to reviving Wan and writer Leigh Whannell‘s careers, Blumhouse Productions continued to ascend to its present enormous prominence as box office champion thanks to the film’s popularity.