Sony Unveils Release Schedule For New ‘Insidious’ Movie, Arriving August 2025

A new edition in the ‘Insidious’ series has been confirmed by Sony, with a release date of 29th August 2025. Sony’s theatrical slate now includes this most recent instalment, which is co-produced by Blumhouse Productions and Screen Gems.

Although specific details regarding the cast and plot remain undisclosed at this time, though at this point, the cast and plot’s specifics are still unknown. Whether regular series performers like Patrick Wilson and Leigh Whannell will take part is still up in the air. The project is set apart from ‘Thread: An Insidious Tale,’ an earlier announced in-universe spin-off series directed by Jeremy Slater and starring Mandy Moore and Kumail Nanjiani. 

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After ‘Insidious: The Red Door’ from the previous year, this newest addition will be the sixth in the series, if no more ‘Insidious’ sequels come before it. Directed by Patrick Wilson on his feature debut, the fifth picture made $82 million domestically and $189 million globally on a low $16 million budget. 

Under James Wan’s direction, the ‘Insidious’ series has made over $730 million worldwide since its launch in 2010. Despite having multiple distributors over the years—from Focus Features to Universal to Sony—Blumhouse Productions has stayed in operation and collaborated with several production companies. Screen Gems, who co-produced ‘Insidious: The Red Door,’ has returned for this latest release.

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Before ‘The Red Door’ was released, Blumhouse Productions CEO Jason Blum made vague references to a long break for the series. While it might not be a definitive farewell, he hinted that it might be the last movie for a while and that there were no imminent plans for a sixth movie. If Sony adheres to the scheduled release date, the franchise will have returned from its hiatus after just 25 months.

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