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While we wait – and Netflix hasn’t yet set a premiere date for Tim Burton’s series – we’ve learned today that the 1991 feature film The Addams Family is on its way to Netflix.
Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, The Addams Family begins streaming on February 1, 2022. The movie actually just came to 4K last year, celebrating its big 30th anniversary.
In the 1991 live action movie, “When long-lost Uncle Fester (Christopher Lloyd) reappears after 25 years in the Bermuda Triangle, Gomez (Raul Julia) and Morticia (Anjelica Huston) plan a celebration to wake the dead.  But Wednesday (Christina Ricci) barely has time to warm up her electric chair before Thing points out Fester’s uncommonly “normal” behavior. Could this Fester be a fake and part of an evil scheme to raid the Addams fortune?”
Meanwhile, the 1993 sequel The Addams Family Values is already on Netflix now.

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It’s wild that the demonic nun known as Valak has become such a horror icon, starring in her own movie back in 2018 with a sequel on the way, because the character almost didn’t even make it into The Conjuring 2. As James Wan has noted in the past, Valak was actually a final hour replacement for a totally different demon. A demon we have new footage of this week.
Over on Instagram this afternoon, James Wan has shared some on-set video footage of the original demon for the very first time, calling it the best demon that he’s never used!
Wan explains, “The original VALAK in The Conjuring 2 was going to be this winged demon. A beautifully/hideously sculpted animatronic puppet head and practical body-suit by the super talented @justin.raleigh (whom I’ve worked with on pretty much all my movies since Insidious 1) and his team @fracturedfxinc, worn by @j_bishara.”
“I think I have only one fully finished shot with CGI wings in place. It was really grand and epic. But as cool as it was, it felt out of place within the Conjuring world we had built,” Wan continues. “And so during post production, I reconceived the villain — feeling it needed to be something more grounded, more personal, and creepier. And thus the demonic Nun was born.
“We cast the amazing @bonnieaarons1 for the role, and all the nun stuff was shot during additional photography, including coming up with new scare set-pieces like the “painting on the wall”, and used visual effects to put the new villain into existing scenes.”
Check out footage of the unused – and unnamed – The Conjuring 2 demon below!
 
 
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