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Disney's The Haunted Mansion gets LEGO set ahead of movie reboot

**Grim, grinning ghosts included**

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Disney is daring those brave souls among us to build their own LEGO version of The Haunted Mansion.

The beloved Disneyland theme park attraction first opened its ghostly gates in August 1969 — inviting guests to have round-the-clock encounters with 999 happy haunts living on the property.

The LEGO version is a mini-scale recreation of The Haunted Mansion, designed for builders ages 12 and up with 680 pieces.

One of the perks of this release is that it comes with an exclusive minifigure of The Haunted Mansion's butler, who ushers in theme park guests to the notorious stretching hallway.

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Many of the hallmarks of the attraction are featured as well, including the fortune teller Madame Leota and the cemetery's intimidating Gravekeeper.

The infamous grim, grinning Hitchhiking Ghosts also get minifigures in this collection, along with a chandelier and a dining room set to recreate one of the first major set pieces you see on the attraction.

LEGO has Mini Disney The Haunted Mansion available for pre-order now for £34.99 and ​​$39.99, ahead of an official release date of August 1, 2022.

The Haunted Mansion remains one of the most popular Disney theme park attractions, having been replicated at park in Orlando, Paris and received an alternate version, called Mystic Manor, in Hong Kong.

A new film adaptation of the attraction is in the works, with Owen Wilson (Loki), Rosario Dawson (The Mandalorian), LaKeith Stanfield (Knives Out) and comedian Tiffany Haddish set to star as the unlucky souls lured to New Orleans' French quarter.

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Here's how Disney describes the film version: "In this mysterious adventure, a doctor (Dawson) and her 9-year-old son (Chase Dillon), looking to start a new life, move into a strangely affordable mansion in New Orleans, only to discover that the place is much more than they bargained for.

"Desperate for help, they contact a priest (Wilson), who, in turn, enlists the aid of a widowed scientist-turned failed-paranormal expert (Stanfield), a French Quarter psychic (Haddish) and a crotchety historian (Danny DeVito)."

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