Disney’s New Haunted Mansion: Release Date and More

Disney’s new Haunted Mansion. Disney is all set to release its new movie haunted mansion. The film is set to release on March 10, 2023, the studio revealed Friday. The film is being directed by  Justine Simien, who is known for directing films like Dear White People and Bad Hai.

According to reports, Haunted Mansion could be the kind of joyfully spooky, somewhat kid-friendly movie that used to release in the 90s. Movies like  “Edward Scissorhands” or “The Addams Family,” or even “Casper.” etc they are all same.

Disney 's new Haunted Mansion

The film is based on the company’s signature theme park rides. Haunted Mansion is the story of a mother and her son, who came across a mansion, which is very mysterious.

Along their way, they both will come across some characters, who are the key to unlocking the mystery of the haunted mansion. So the film is expected to be horror-comedy. Hope it is up to the expectations of the audience because Disney has seen similar concepts being flopped.

New Haunted Mansion: Release Date

Disney is all set to release its new movie haunted mansion. The film is set to release on March 10, 2023

New Haunted Mansion: Cast

The cast of the movie is Rosario Dawson, LaKeith Stanfield, and Tiffany Haddinsh in the lead roles. Apart from them the film also has Dany DeVito in an important role. Last year in September, another Hollywood star joined the cast of the film. The actor is none other than Owen Wilson. It is filmed in New Orleans and Atlanta late last year.

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Disney also revealed that Searchlight’s The Banshees of Inisherin will be released in limited release on Oct. 21, 2022. . It tells the story of two friends on a remote Irish island who find themselves in an awkward moment when one of them decides they no longer wish to be friends.

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New Haunted Mansion: Characters

  • Brendan Gleeson
  • Colin Farrell
  • Barry Keoghan
  • Kerry Condon
  • Martin McDonagh

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