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INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2

JAMES WAN (Director) is one of the most intelligent and creative filmmakers working today. Wan's newest project is the supernatural thriller The Conjuring, starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson. The film is based on the story of husband-and-wife psychic investigators who come across a horrific case involving the hauntings of a Rhode Island farmhouse.

Wan will soon begin production on the seventh installment of the Fast & Furious franchise, currently titled Fast & Furious 7. Universal will release the film in July 2014.

Wan recently wrapped production on House of Horror, starring Maria Bello and produced under his banner James Wan Presents. The film, which is set to be released by Dimension Films, is the first in an eight-picture deal Wan inked with Icon Entertainment International.

Wan is the co-creator of the Saw franchise, the most successful horror-film series of all time. In addition to directing the first Saw film, which premiered at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival, he served as executive producer for the entire franchise. Wan's other credits include the horror film Dead Silence and the revenge thriller Death Sentence, starring Kevin Bacon and Garrett Hedlund.

Subsequently Wan was asked to co-create, produce and direct the comedy short film Doggie Heaven as part of a slate of original programming, which premiered on XBox Live Marketplace. Additionally, he was a creative consultant on the "Saw" video game and co-creator and director of "Loved Ones," a trailer for EA's hit game "Dead Space."

Wan received the Greg Tepper Award in 2004, a prestigious award for outstanding achievement in film.

Wan is an Australian citizen and U.S. resident.

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