Disney has announced the official release dates for several eagerly awaited projects, including its Haunted Mansion feature, which features LaKeith Stanfield, Owen Wilson, Rosario Dawson, Danny DeVito, and Tiffany Haddish.
Haunted Mansion is now scheduled to open in cinemas on March 10, 2023, and Disney has also announced an October 21, 2022, limited release date for The Banshees of Inisherin, a Searchlight Pictures picture.
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The Haunted Mansion’s March 2023 release date puts it in a strong position to be a box-office juggernaut.
Justin Simien (Dear White People) will helm Haunted Mansion, whose script is penned by Katie Dippold (Parks and Recreation).
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Further specifics regarding the new adaptation’s narrative remain unknown. However, Stanfield will supposedly portray a widower who formerly believed in the supernatural but has now become a somehow lifeless tour guide in New Orleans’s French Quarter. Haddish, meanwhile, will play a psychic paid to connect with the dead.
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The titular theme park was initially made into a 2003 film starring Eddie Murphy as a workaholic realtor who becomes stuck within a haunted house with his family.
The production of Haunted Mansion film is currently taking over by Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich (Aladdin) of Rideback. Nick Reynolds of Rideback will work as executive producer.
The movie follows the recent success of Dwayne Johnson and Emily’s Jungle Cruise. A follow-up to the action-packed film is presently underway.