It’s been a few years since the fifth Insidious entry was first announced. Yet, after all this time, not much has been revealed about the forthcoming foray into The Further.
All of that is about to change, as filming for the next sequel is about to commence, according to mugendaily.club
Legacy star and director of the next film, Patrick Wilson, has shared a spooky update while chatting with the outlet. Promoting his current space chiller Moonfall, Wilson disclosed that Insidious 5 will go in front of cameras as early as Spring 2022. Could this mean an autumn release? Only time will tell.
Here is what Patrick Wilson to share:
“It’s something that I’m super passionate about, and there hasn’t been a day since they pitched me the idea that I haven’t been all in. It’s been a lot of work by Scott Teems, the writer, and me. And Leigh Whannell has helped out obviously a ton, and of course Blumhouse is a great partner. I’ve done a bunch of stuff with them, so I couldn’t be happier to have my first experience with a very helpful and comfortable group of people that, for some reason, trust me. So, we’ll see.“
But what is Insidious 5 about?
Wilson knows a thing or two about this fan favorite franchise. While speaking with GameSpot in October 2020, he teased the story, and how it will incorporate the return of Dalton more than a full decade later. Here’s what Wilson had to say:
“I just latched on to watching Dalton go to college and what does that do, watching a young man go to college and all the new experiences and feeling like an outsider and trying to fit in? And he’s got this ability that he doesn’t even know he has of being an astral projectors–being a traveler. Are we still hypnotized? Is there still that trend so what does that do to your life? What does that do to your marriage? And then what does that do from a father and son relationship?”
Lastly, how do you feel about the upcoming Insidious 5? Will you be dipping your toes back into The Further, or are you planning on sitting this one out? Let me know know Twitter via @joshkorngut. I’m always around to chat all things Insidious!
The first two Insidious movies were written by Leigh Whannell and directed by James Wan, centered on the Lambert family and their terrifying struggles deep within The Further.
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Insidious 5: Fifth Movie Is Filming This Spring
There’s a fake trailer for Insidious 5 that’s been floating around on YouTube these past several weeks, and it’s something we’ve been asked about many times now. That trailer is completely fake, alas, because the upcoming fifth movie hasn’t actually even begun filming yet. That being said, Insidious: Chapter 5 is very much in the works, with filming set to begin soon.
After starring in the first two movies as Josh Lambert, we learned in 2020 that Patrick Wilson is returning to the franchise as the *director* of the upcoming fifth installment!
Wilson reveals in a chat with Screen Rant this week that Insidious 5 is definitely still on the way, with filming set to begin this coming Spring. Wilson tells the site, “It’s something that I’m super passionate about, and there hasn’t been a day since they pitched me the idea that I haven’t been all in. It’s been a lot of work by Scott Teems, the writer, and me. And Leigh Whannell has helped out obviously a ton, and of course Blumhouse is a great partner. I’ve done a bunch of stuff with them, so I couldn’t be happier to have my first experience with a very helpful and comfortable group of people that, for some reason, trust me. So, we’ll see.”
Insidious: Chapter 5 “will pick up with the Lamberts ten years after the last movie, as Dalton begins college.” Yes, a direct sequel to Insidious and Insidious: Chapter 2.
Patrick Wilson will also star alongside the returning Ty Simpkins as Dalton Lambert.
This will be Wilson’s debut as a director. Scott Teems (Halloween Kills) wrote the script based on a story by franchise co-creator Leigh Whannell (The Invisible Man).
“I’m honored and thrilled to be at the helm of the next Insidious installment, which will provide an amazing chance to unpack everything the Lamberts went through a decade ago, as well as deal with the consequences of their choices,” Wilson said in a statement back in 2020. “Directing the movie is both professionally and personally a full circle moment for me, and I am extremely grateful to be entrusted in continuing to tell this frightening and haunting story. Into the further we go…”