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‘The Nun 2’: Anna Popplewell & Katelyn Rose Downey Board New Line Sequel

EXCLUSIVE: Anna Popplewell (The Chronicles of Narnia franchise) and Katelyn Rose Downey (Clean Sweep) have signed on to star alongside Taissa Farmiga and Storm Reid in New Line’s The Nun 2 — the sequel to 2018’s global blockbuster The Nun, which came in as the highest-grossing film out of the Conjuring Universe to date.

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