The flick is set to hit theaters on June 10, so you don't have too much longer to wait to see the sequel to the first film directed by James Wan.
Starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson, the film of course continues to follow the story of Lorraine and Ed Warren — two paranormal investigators who head to London to help a single mother with a VERY scary problem.
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Alfred Hitchcock must be rolling over in his grave right now!
Not because he hates Bates Motel — the A&E prequel to his critically adored thriller, Psycho — but because being stuck in the same pine box for thirty-plus years sounds totes uncomfortable!
We think he's due for a repositioning, LOLz!!
Above ground, meanwhile, the lovely Vera Farmiga and her adorbzies TV son Freddie Highmore star as Momma Bates and loving son Norman in a super-scurry modern retelling of the creepiest story ever put to paper!
Ch-ch-check out six mysterious minutes from the Bates Motel premiere (above)!
Like what you see?
Watch the series premiere on Monday, March 18… if you dare!!
According to TMZ, two security guards, Jerry Judge and Sean Bett, were outside of the former couple's apartment at the time of the incident last weekend. They claim they were giving the two space during the argument when they heard Amber scream.
They say that the 30-year-old shouted, "Stop hitting me!!!" but when they ran into the living room "within the second," Johnny was in the kitchen and Amber was on the couch at least 20 feet away. Reportedly, both actors knew the guards were standing outside and it's believed by the 52-year-old to have been a bad setup.
They say they saw no visible signs of injuries or broken glass as Amber has alleged.
Jerry and Sean also claim she was the one to fly into fits of rage, which included screaming, throwing bottles at him, and charging him throughout the short marriage, and that they've had to pull her off of him.
They will both be testifying in the restraining order trial to be held next month.
We will continue to keep you up to date with any new details.