Check Out Jamie Lee Curtis In ‘Haunted Mansion’ Image

by Thomas Tuna

It sure is a different look.

Scream Queen Jamie Lee Curtis tackles the key role of Madame Leota in Disney’s upcoming Haunted Mansion–the remake of the 2003 horror-comedy–and now fans can get a first peek at the Oscar winner in all her spooky glory. The image–courtesy of Entertainment Weekly–can be seen on this page.

As explained by director Justin Simien, Curtis “starts off as one of the relics–one of the items in the house–but becomes a functional character and a useful ally in the film.”

The PG-13-rated feature–moving into theaters July 28–is based on the ever-popular Disney theme park ride. Katie Dippold provides the screenplay.

Haunted Mansion follows single mom Gabbie (Rosario Dawson) as she moves into a New Orleans mansion with her son (Chase Dillon), only to learn the house is haunted. When she enlists the aid of a priest (Owen Wilson), he “spins an exorcism into a wild adventure,” according to the synopsis.

Soon after, they turn to “a widowed scientist-turned-paranormal expert (LaKeith Stanfield), a psychic from the French Quarter (Tiffany Haddish) and a  crotchety historian (Danny DeVito) for help.”

Jared Leto also makes an appearance as The Hatbox Ghost–alongside cameos from Winona Ryder and Dan Levy.

Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on Haunted Mansion.


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