After the success of "The Conjuring," the makers of the film have announced the sequel to the movie titled "The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist." The release date of the film is Oct. 23, 2015, and possible plot spoilers suggest that it would be based on the case of a single mother whose children get possessed by poltergeists, according to the reports by Hallel.

"The Conjuring 2" is yet to get an official website; however, it is being said the filmmakers are quite upbeat about the film, according to reports by KDramastars.The original film was made under the budget of $20 million and went on to do the business of $300 million. James Wan directed it and it is speculated that he would also direct the sequel, according to the further reports by the website.

As far as the cast of the film goes, Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga are reported to reprise their roles. They would be playing paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The film is speculated to be set in the year 1977 in London and the Warren's would be going to London to examine the case, as reported.

Meanwhile, the spin off the original "Conjuring," "Annabelle" is currently playing in theaters. The film is produced by James Wan and is directed by John R. Leonetti. It revolves around the story of a doll called Annabelle and opens with the "Conjuring" inspired scene where a man and young woman are telling Ed and Lorraine Warren their experience with the doll.

"Annabelle" was released on Oct. 5 and has made $60 million on the Box Office till date. Though the film has met with mixed reviews, it is expected to be a major hit. In other news, Warner Bros has also announced two more movies including "Mean Moms" set for May 8, 2015 release and "How to Be Single" set for Feb. 12, 2016 release.