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a water bottle, a themed-nail polish set, and a lantern all branded with the "Insidious" movie logo. It’s been a pretty good year for James Wan. With the massive success of THE CONJURING he continues to prove that there is an audience for horror, especially when done right. Thankfully, Wan and his co-writer Leigh Whannell are returning to the world of shadows and things that go bump in the night. In their latest, INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2, they continue the story of the Lambert family and their battle with the supernatural.
When I sat down with both James and Leigh, we talked about their new spooky tale and some of the inspiration behind INSIDIOUS with the cult classic CARNIVAL OF SOULS. They also discussed this wild world they have created and the balance of coming up with something original, without scaring away audiences. And then there is the funny… we talk about the humor that can be found in CHAPTER 2. With all the spooky stuff going on there is more than enough to make you smile.“To see him graduate to the big time like this, I’m so happy and proud of him, but I’m also thinking, ‘Wow, what do I do now? Who am I without James?’” said screenwriter Leigh Whannell, who met Wan in film school and teamed up with him for the “Saw” franchise. “We’ve been such a duo for so long and I’m really curious about what the future holds. I know we’ll do other stuff together. … He doesn’t want to be known as a one trick pony and he knows that being a one trick pony is the kiss of death for a filmmaker that wants to be around for a long time. Producer Jason Blum (pictured above, with Rose Byrne) was even more troubled by the thought. “Only if James beat me with a hammer, would I do (a third film) with a different director,” Blum said. “I’m going to try and talk him out of (leaving the genre). That’s the most insane thing I’ve ever heard in my life.”
Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Barbara Hershey, Lin Shaye, and Steve Coulter were among the stars who hit the red carpet at Los Angeles’ Universal City Walk. Wilson, whose character spooked Byrne during filming, said, just like his house in the movie, his real home might be haunted. “I’ve had a few things in my house, nothing that really scares me, but certainly some unexplained noises that I investigated and found no answers to,” Wilson said. It’s only fitting that Blum, who’s behind the “Paranormal Activity” franchise and horror flicks “The Purge,” “Sinister,” and “Dark Skies,” is familiar with the paranormal world. “I saw a ghost once at an apartment I lived at in New York in the basement,” he said. “I lived under the street level and I saw a figure standing at the end of my bed once and I was very scared by that.”
For Ty Simpkins, who plays one of Wilson and Byrne’s sons in the thriller, one particular movie scene in which he’s attacked by a gaggle of ghosts was as horrifying as it gets. “There was one scene where maybe 20 or 30 ghosts come out of my closet,” Simpkins said. “Like seriously, that terrified me. I went under my cover and was kicking my knees because I had to fight them and my knee hit my eye. That’s how scared I was.” However, his on-screen parents were amused on set. Both said the technical aspect of filmmaking made the shoot more fun than fearsome.
“These kind of movies, they’re so technical to make,” Wilson said. “(Director James Wan) is so great at crafting the scene. In fact, a lot of it he does, it’s all so practical, you know, reveals and stuff. It’s like someone literally hiding right next to you, then they move out of frame then they pop up. It actually is funny. If anything, you’re trying not to laugh.” Byrne said she enjoys the genre because it requires multiple elements to merge together in order to create suspense. “It’s so fun as an actress to do this sort of thing, just to see the end result after something so technical comes together,” she said. “It’s really like a dance: the camera, the actors, everything to get the timing right for the fear and the tension.” The stars, as well as celeb guests like Slash from Guns N’ Roses, later made their way to the after-party at Universal Studios Hollywood theme park. Event-goers even dared to enter the Halloween Horror Nights “Insidious” Maze, which featured replicas of the haunted rooms and artifacts featured in the movie.
Shortly after the smash success of Insidious in 2010, there were lots of sequel rumblings. Would director James Wan and writer Leigh Whannell try to repeat that success? Was there even more story to tell? When we spoke to Jason Blum the year of that film's release, he told ShockTillYouDrop.com a sequel would be contingent on simply Wan and Whannell. Then came word that Wan was off to direct The Conjuring (this summer's horror hit), would he feel up for directing another supernatural thriller? The answer was "yes" and Insidious Chapter 2 was born, a sequel Wan would return to direct for Blumhouse Productions with another script by Whannell. The original cast agreed to return for a story that picks up immediately where the first film left off and follows the haunted Lambert family as they seek to uncover the mysterious childhood secret that has left them dangerously connected to the spirit world. Insidious Chapter 2 would mark yet another collaboration between Wan and Whannell who, after SAW, would also work together on Dead Silence. Due to Wan's increasingly busy schedule on Fast & Furious 7, FilmDistrict had to line up press interviews for Insidious Chapter 2 before Comic-Con. After the jump, find our discussion with Wan, as well as Whannell. They discuss their approach to the sequel, how they try to make their mark on the genre and how this sequel marks the end of an era.
The Lambert family is finally safe and reunited now that Dalton is back from the Further, but what about his dad Josh? In "Insidious: Chapter 2," James Wan's follow-up to his 2011 "Insidious," the evil spirits that previously tormented the Lambert's son (Ty Simpkins) have now seemingly latched onto Josh (Patrick Wilson).
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