Owen Wilson Joins Yet Another Film With Walt Disney
by Meenakshi | Thu, 09 Sep 2021 09:55:10 GMT
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Marvel Studios Web Series 'Loki' star Owen Wilson has joined the cast of Disney's upcoming movie Haunted Mansion. The American actor is again returning in a Disney film after playing the role of comic book character Mobius in Marvel Studios Loki. The latest film "Haunted Mansion" from Disney will be directed by Justin Simien who previously directed movies such as Dear White People and Bad Hair. The script is written by Katie Dippold, Dan Lin, and Jonathan Eirich with all of them previously working with Disney on the Blockbuster Aladdin.

Disney's upcoming "Haunted Mansion" story details are not revealed yet and are being kept a secret but what little is known is that it revolves around a family that moves into a mysterious mansion. The 52-year-old actor will join the cast list with actors LaKeith Stanfield and Tiffany Haddish. The shooting for the film is expected to begin next month in the city of Atlanta.

Source: Empire

Walt Disney is currently also developing various other films such as Space Mountain and Town of Terror with a Sequel planned for Studio's latest hit Jungle Cruise, starring the Hollywood superstar and ex-wrestler Dwayne Johnson and Emily Burnt. The film is supposedly based on the spooky theme park ride which was firstly opened at Disneyland in 1969, which took guests through a terrifying manor filled with ghosts, ghouls, and various other undead residents.

The American actor starred in the hit Disney+ series with his co-star Tom Hiddleston playing the iconic role of "God Of Mischief" and Victoria Alonso. The superhit show was created by Michael Waldron and directed by Kate Herron.

The first season of the hit series story ended with a surprisingly monumental cliffhanger shifting the complete Marvel Cinematic Universe into unimaginable possibilities, with the revelation of mighty super villains such as one of the most beloved comic book characters Kang the conqueror. The actor will next be featured in "The French Dispatch", directed by his collaborator Wes Anderson.