|The Curse of La Llorona|
|Title:||The Curse of La Llorona|
|Directed by:||Michael Chaves|
|Written by:||Mikki Daughtry; Tobias Iaconis|
|Produced by:||Richard Brener; Michael Clear; Gary Dauberman; Emile Gladstone; Walter Hamada; Michelle Morrissey; Dave Neustadter; Victoria Palmeri; Judson Scott; James Wan|
|Music by:||Joseph Bishara|
|Edited by:||Peter Gvozdas|
|Distributed by:||Warner Bros.|
New Line Cinema
|Released:||April 19th, 2019|
|Running time:||93 min.|
The Curse of La Llorona is an American feature film of the horror genre with an emphasis on the ghost/evil spirit subgenre. It is a spin-off of The Conjuring film series and is the seventh film in the franchise. It was directed by Michael Chaves with a screenplay written by Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis. It was produced by New Line Cinema and James Wan of Atomic Monster. It was distributed through Warner Bros. and premiered theatrically in the United States on April 19th, 2019. The movie stars Linda Cardellini as social worker Anna Tate-Garcia with Marisol Ramirez as the evil La Llorona, Patricia Velasquez as the irredeemable Patricia Alvarez, Sean Patrick Thomas as Detective Cooper, and Tony Amendola as Father Perez.
|Linda Cardellini||Anna Tate-Garcia|
|Roman Christou||Chris Garcia|
|Jaynee-Lynn Kinchen||Samantha Garcia|
|Marisol Ramirez||La Llorona|
|Patricia Velasquez||Patricia Alvarez|
|Sean Patrick Thomas||Detective Cooper|
|Tony Amendola||Father Perez|
|Paul Rodriguez||Officer Claro|
|John Marshall Jones||Mister Hankins|
|Andrew Tinpo Lee||ER doctor|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The tagline for this film is "She wants your children".
- The Curse of La Llorona redirects to this page.
- This film is alternatively known as The Curse of the Weeping Woman, which also redirects to this page.
- This movie was shot on-location in Los Angeles, California, which is the main setting for the film. 
- This movie was first screened at the South by Southwest film festival in Austin, Texas on March 15th, 2019.
- The opening scene of the film takes place in Mexico in the year 1673.
- This film is connected to the rest of The Conjuring film series by way of Father Perez. Father Perez also appeared in the 2014 movie Annabelle.
- This movie marks the directorial debut of Michael Chaves. He will go on to direct another film in the franchise, The Conjuring 3 in 2020.
- This is the first screenwriting credit for Mikki Daughtry.
- This is the first screenwriting credit for Tobias Iaconis.
- This is the first of two spin-off films from The Conjuring franchise released in 2019. The second is Annabelle Comes Home released on June 26th.
- The evil doll from Annabelle makes a cameo appearance in flashback in this film.
- There is a scene where Samantha Garcia is watching an episode of the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! cartoon series. Actress Linda Cardellini, who plays her mother, also played Velma Dinkley in the 2002 live-action Scooby-Doo film and its 2004 sequel, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed.
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