Director: Justin Simien
Starring: LaKeith Stanfield, Rosario Dawson, Tiffany Haddish, Owen Wilson, Danny DeVito, Chase W. Dillon, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jared Leto

Disney is no stranger at turning their theme park rides and attractions into exciting big blockbuster movies. Their latest is turning the Disneyland attraction Haunted Mansion into a big screen family fright fest with an all-star cast. Haunted Mansion was previously turned into a movie twenty years ago with Eddie Murphy, and now LaKeith Stanfield leads the new adaptation as Ben Matthias who is a former astral physicist and has developed a camera that can capture ghosts. He’s left a lot of this behind after the sudden death of his wife but is brought back into the eerie world when visited by Father Kent who’s played by Owen Wilson. He’s been summoned to perform an exorcism on a haunted mansion now owned by a Rosario Dawson’s Gabby, a single mom who recently moved in with her son, Travis (Dillon). The mansion is haunted with several ghosts from the former inhabitants who are now wreaking havoc. It becomes too much for Ben and Father Kent, so they call upon a medium played by Tiffany Haddish and a college professor whose studied old mansions, played by Danny DeVito. In theaters

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