The Conjuring 2 is going to raise some pretty important discussions, judging by what actor Patrick Wilson had to say about the film in a recent interview.

This time around the Warren's are actually going to be faced with a sense of doubt about their work and faith in the supernatural powers that they deal with.

Speaking to Yahoo!, Wilson who plays Ed Warren, revealed that the couple, Ed and his wife Lorraine (Vera Farmiga) will be found struggling with their belief system, especially Lorraine, who already harbored some skepticism in the original.

"The things that we alluded to in the first one - Lorraine's struggles with what this takes out of her, what really caused her to not want to do this anymore - we explore that," Wilson said.

He also revealed that they are that bit maturer and even though they might have questions and might be conflicted, their main motivation remains, to do good by people.

"You know, we're a little older, a little wiser. But we still have that same drive. That's the crux of the Warrens' position: what's good for their family, and what's good for their souls, and wanting to help people."

Wilson reiterated that the tussle between the real and unreal will lie at the crux of the film, in which the Warrens will find themselves dealing with a case in Enfield.

"Is this real?" Wilson said. "We push that a lot further, because I think the skepticism is as important as the belief in this subject."

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