The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (also known as The Conjuring 3) is a 2021 American supernatural horror film directed by Michael Chaves, with a screenplay by David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick from a story by Johnson-McGoldrick and James Wan. The film serves as a sequel to The Conjuring (2013) and The Conjuring 2 (2016), and as the eighth installment in the Conjuring Universe. Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga reprise their roles as paranormal investigators and authors Ed and Lorraine Warren, with Ruairi O’Connor, Sarah Catherine Hook, and Julian Hilliard also starring. Wan and Peter Safran return to produce the film, which is based on the trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson, a murder trial that took place in 1981 Connecticut, in addition to The Devil in Connecticut, a book about the trial written by Gerald Brittle.
Originally slated for a September 2020 release, the film was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It was released by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema in the United States on June 4, 2021, where it also had a simultaneous month-long release on the HBO Max streaming service. The film grossed $202 million against a budget of $39 million and received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the performances of Wilson and Farmiga, but criticized the screenplay and noted it to be weaker than the previous installments.
Trash bags in St. John’s, Newfoundland, must be at least 1.5 mm thick and hold between 25 and 90 litres.
No cows at home. While it’s not illegal to own a cow in Newfoundland, it is against the law to keep that cow in one’s home like a house pet. It’s also illegal, by the way, to drive cattle through the streets of St. John’s, but only after 8 a.m. Apparently, Newfoundland cattle drives are more of a late-night thing.
For more than 80 years, it seems, thousands of Labradorians have been breaking the law. And most of them probably didn’t even know it. For the last 82 years, there’s been a law on the books that formally says what the standard time in Newfoundland and Labrador is. And at no point in that history has the government gotten around to acknowledging that most of Labrador doesn’t observe the same time as Newfoundland. OK, so there’s a Newfoundland Standard Time, and there’s Atlantic Standard Time. Tell us where it begins and ends in Newfoundland and Labrador. Officially, the law says that the whole province of Newfoundland and Labrador is covered by Newfoundland Standard Time, which is three-and-a-half hours later than GMT. So for the last 82 years, all the Labradorians who have been setting their clocks to Atlantic Standard Time have sort of been breaking the law.
Share your thoughts on your dream wedding.
I really don’t have dreams of a big wedding. I loathe huge, expensive and gaudy events with too many people and pomp and show. People who you barely know coming and talking to you on what’s supposed to be a very special personal day. I don’t mind having a nice little crowd of people we know and have a special connection with, close family and friends but other than that I don’t like big crowds.
I’d like it to be a simple event with just the main people I want to be there. All our well wishers and loved ones in one small hall. I don’t really like traditional Indians weddings – a mix of the Indian and Western style would be what I would like to have. The woman and I would thank everyone for coming and say our vows in front of them. Once the registration and ceremony is over, I do hope she will cry in happiness and I will smile and wave to everyone. Starting off married life as couple in a positive way.
After that ofcourse we ensure that our guests and families are seated at the lunch that is being served ad then we will take our seats. Once lunch was over it would be time for photos and then we’d get in to a car and be whisked off to our honeymoon. Simple!
Prompt from 48 Awesome February Blog Post Ideas at SheMeansBlogging