'Insidious' has proven a ridiculously profitable franchise, making a box office gross of $539 million worldwide against a combined budget of $26.5 million.

Thus it can hardly come as a surprise that a fifth 'Insidious' movie is in the works.

Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne starred in the first two installments of the series, with Wilson returning not only to his starring role in the next chapter.

He'll also be directing the sequel.

The first four 'Insidious' movies were released in 2010, 2013, 2015 and 2018.

There has been no news on this next installment since it was announced in late 2020.

In an interview with Screenrant, Patrick Wilson revealed that the movie is close to kicking off filming.

When asked if there's any movement on the horror sequel, he answered: "Yeah, we are. We're scouting locations now, and we start shooting in the spring."

Wilson is also known for playing Ed Warren in 'The Conjuring' franchise, which released its latest installment, 'The Devil Made Me Do It', in 2021.

The script for 'Insidious 5' was penned by Scott Teems, who recently co-wrote 'Halloween Kills', from an idea by series co-creator Leigh Whannell.

Another familiar face returning this latest chapter is Ty Simpkins, who plays Wilson's character's son.

According to reports, the new movie takes place a decade after 2018's 'Insidious: The Last Key' and sees Dalton Lambert (Simpkins) head off to college.

We wonder if those ghosts and demons will follow him there - and whether dad Josh (Wilson) will come to the rescue...