Los Angeles: New photos from the set of "The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist" show recreation of London during 1970s.
Director James Wann took to social media to share several photos from the movie's set, one of which captures original stars Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga in a London set, reported Aceshowbiz.
The first picture, which features the director, Wilson and Farmiga, also provides a first look at co-star Simon McBurney. The quartet are seen outside the Marylebone Station. Meanwhile, other photos show how Wann recreated the set to make it look like '70s London.
The pictures also show the director's hard work as they capture some massive equipment used during the filming. "I bring my crane into every pub I visit," Wann captioned one of the photos which captures a big crane inside a Victorian-style pub.
Production started in Los Angeles this fall, but the shooting has now moved to London. Official plot details have yet to be revealed, but the film's title indicated that the upcoming movie would include some ghostly activities in a council house in Enfield, England, in the late '70s.
With Frances O'Connor, Madison Wolfe and Abhi Sinha also in the cast, the follow-up to 2013's "The Conjuring" is due to arrive in the US on June 10, 2016.