Insidious 5 was confirmed in October 2020 . in exciting information, the sequel to the horror film will be Patrick Wilson’s debut as a director. Scott Teems – who worked on Halloween Kills and Halloween Kills – is the writer of the script, based off an original story written by Teems and co-creator Leigh Whannell.
Following a journey into the past through the third and fourth films, Insidious 5 will bring back the Lambert family following their encounters with supernatural forces in the two previous films. It may be an unexpected surprise to some the 5th Insidious film was deemed to be a possibility in particular, given that the fact that Insidious: The Final Key(the 4th film) was criticized as the worst film of the series however, it was also the highest-grossing film of the series , with the film earning $168 million worldwide (on the basis of a budget of just $25 million).
With the huge box-office take and the enduring love for Wilson A fifth movie is an obvious choice. What can we expect of The Insidious Five? Here’s what you need to be aware of.
Insidious 5 release date: When can we expect Insidious 5?
Insidious 5 will be released in cinemas on July 7, 2023, assuming there aren’t any release date shifts.
In August, 2022 the movie finished wrapping (per Wilson himself) which means the film should stick to its summer 2023 release date.
Insidious 5 cast: Who’s coming back for Insidious 5?
Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne and Ty Simpkins will all be back as Josh, Renai and Dalton Lambert, with Andrew Astor as middle child Foster Lambert.
Despite her death in the first movie, Lin Shaye has been an ever-present in the series as Elise Rainier, so we’d expect her to be back again as Elise’s ghost – along with Leigh Whannell and Angus Sampson as Elise’s colleagues Specs and Tucker.
It’s not yet clear if Barbara Hershey will return as Josh’s mother Lorraine, but we do have three newcomers confirmed for the new movie: Succession star Hiam Abbass, Sinclair Daniel, and Peter Dager in undisclosed roles.