Haunted Mansion video features all-star cast bringing iconic ride to life

Disney dropped a brand new one haunted house Video of the upcoming supernatural comedy featuring an all-star cast led by Rosario Dawson, Owen Wilson, LaKeith Stanfield and more. The behind-the-scenes tour highlights the incredibly detailed live-action set that helped bring the iconic amusement park rides to life. It also includes commentary from director Justin Simien and the cast, describing the story as a spooky but entertaining adventure.

Disney dropped a brand new one haunted house Video of the upcoming supernatural comedy featuring an all-star cast led by Rosario Dawson, Owen Wilson, LaKeith Stanfield and more. The behind-the-scenes tour highlights the incredibly detailed live-action set that helped bring the iconic amusement park rides to life. It also includes commentary from director Justin Simien and the cast, describing the story as a spooky but entertaining adventure.

Haunted Mansion is slated to hit theaters on July 28. It will also be released in the same month alongside other high profile ensemble films such as Barbie, Oppenheimer and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One.

Check out the Haunted Mansion trailer video (check out more trailers):

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What can you expect in the Haunted Mansion movie?

“Inspired by the classic theme park attraction, Haunted Mansion follows a woman and her son who hire a ragtag crew of so-called spiritual experts to rid their home of supernatural squatters,” reads the logline.

Haunted Mansion is directed by Justin Simien (Dear White People) from a script by Katie Dippold (Parks and Recreation). The film stars are LaKeith Stanfield (Atlanta), Tiffany Haddish (Girls’ Trip), Owen Wilson (Loki), Rosario Dawson (The Mandalorian) and Danny DeVito (Batman Returns), Jamie Lee Curtis (Halloween films), and Jared Leto (Morbius ).

The film is being produced by Rideback’s Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich (Aladdin), with Nick Reynolds and Tom Peitzman serving as executive producers. The eponymous theme park was first adapted in the 2003 film, in which Eddie Murphy played a workaholic real estate agent trapped with his family in a haunted mansion.