Jamie Lee Curtis as Madame Leota in the ‘Haunted Mansion’ trailer End-shutdown

Jamie Lee Curtis seems to be everywhere at once.

The Oscar-nominated star of “Everything Everywhere All At Once” makes a brief appearance in the new trailer for “Haunted Mansion.”

Curtis, who made her name in the horror genre by starring in the original “Halloween” movie, appears as Madame Leota in the trailer, which dropped on March 2.

However, the trailer is about so much more than just her. The clip shows Rosario Dawson assuring a child that this creepy house at the center of the movie will be okay after she lights a candle.

Spoiler alert: it definitely is. No. Viewers see ghosts and spirits wreaking havoc and doing all the terrifying things supernaturals are known for that would make this palatial residence an Airbnb you’d rather avoid.

“This mansion is crazy. He needs all the help he can get,” says Owen Wilson, referring to Dawson’s character.

Wilson’s character then seems to recruit another man (LaKeith Stanfield), who walks the halls of the creepy residence, past creepy portraits on the walls of a house that seems so dark you wonder when was the last time you someone paid the electricity bill.

“This house has a way of playing tricks on you,” Dawson says shortly before a montage of terrifying things takes place. A look at Curtis, who confirmed his participation in the film in September 2022, it then appears at the 1:20 mark.

“Be careful. Death lurks around every corner,” says Danny DeVito before the action and suspense build as the trailer reaches a crescendo.

“Haunted Mansion,” which is a remake of the 2003 Eddie Murphy film and based on a popular Disneyland attraction, also stars Tiffany Haddish and Jared Leto. It opens on July 28.

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