|Joey King from the movie, The Conjuring.|
|Joey King from Oz:The Great and Powerful.|
|Joey King and his partner Rahi, killed in a fiery plane crash last week.|
I also saw (pardon the pun) that fellow Aussie James Wan
was the director of this movie, too.
|The missing Malaysian jet was MH370.|
Interesting combination of numbers, because actress Joey King is born on the 30th of July, or as we would write it in Australia 30/7.
If you have seen The Conjuring,
what time do the clocks stop in the haunted house?
Seven past three in the morning, or 3:07 AM.
And what date did flight MH307...I mean MH370... disappear?
The answer is the same as what date (but one year later on) was
Oz:The Great and Powerful released?
Joey King also played Older Prison Child in
The Dark Knight Rises.
Now The Conjuring is about true life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren working to help a family terrorized by a dark presence in their farmhouse.
The real Annabelle doll was a rag doll,
not a broken porcelain doll as the movie depicts.
|Joey with the China doll she does the voice for in the Oz movie.|
|The real doll (left), the movie doll (right).|
They both claim the movie is accurate to the real story of what happened to the Perrons during the 10 years they lived in the farm house.
Andrea Perron wrote a three-part book based on her experiences in the house titled House of Darkness, House of Light.
Experiences written about in her book also appear in the film.
Perron cites the film as a work of art and not a work of fiction.
It stands as the third highest grossing opening weekend for an R-rated horror film behind Paranormal Activity 3 (2011) and Hannibal (2001).
The Conjuring made a total of $137 million at the box office.
Not only marks the second film composer Joseph Bishara has scored a James Wan film, but it is the second time he has played a demon figure for Wan.
He portrays the demon embodiment of Bathsheba Sherman and previously played a lipstick-faced demon in Insidious (2010).
Production on the film had been canceled on 1 December 2013 due to the tragic death of star Paul Walker, who had been killed in a car crash on 30 November 2013.
Shooting had been underway in Atlanta and the film was scheduled to be released on 11 July 2014.
Director James Wan and Universal executives held a conference call on a discussion about necessary rewrites and how to proceed with the production in a manner respectful to Walker's death.