There is a The Conjuring (2013) reunion in the works for action thriller The Commuter, with news arriving via The Hollywood Reporter that Patrick Wilson is joining the cast alongside Vera Farmiga, who previously signed on to star in the Liam Neeson (Non-Stop) movie.
Jaume Collet-Serra (Non-Stop) is once more overseeing the Neeson action momentum, this time for a film where he plays an insurance salesman who is just trying to get through his daily commute when he is forced by a mysterious stranger to uncover the identity of a fellow passenger before the train makes its last stop. She makes vague threats against other passengers and people in Neeson's life, so the clock is ticking on this one.
As for Wilson, he will be on the opposing side to his screen wife for this one, playing Neeson's trusted friend who helps him out. With a script from Philip de Blasi and Byron Willinger, The Commuter is currently shooting in London.
Wilson, who was last seen in The Conjuring 2, has worked on thriller A Kind Of Murder and McDonald's origin story The Founder, the latter of which will be out here on 17 February.