Disney’s Haunted house Film has Oscar nominee Owen Wilson (The royal Tenenbaums, Loki, The French shipping) to its cast, joining previously announced Tiffany Haddish and LaKeith Stanfield, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film is directed by Justin Simien (Dear white people, Bad hair), with filming expected to begin in Louisiana in October.

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Haunted house follows a family who moves into the title villa. Stanfield is said to play a widower who once believed in the supernatural but is now a rather lifeless tour guide in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Haddish will portray a clairvoyant hired to communicate with the dead.

Simien is directed from a script by Katie Dippold (The heat, Ghost hunters, Parks and recreation). The project follows in the footsteps of the recently released Jungle cruise as the next Disney theme park ride to be turned into a movie. The new film is unrelated to the 2003 feature film starring Eddie Murphy and directed by Rob Minkoff.

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Haunted house is produced by Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich (Aladdin) from Rideback. Rideback’s Nick Reynolds will serve as executive producer.