Attention, Foolish Mortals! New Haunted Mansion merchandise has materialized at Disneyland Resort.
We found these items in Off the Page at Disney California Adventure.
Haunted Mansion Travel Tech Accessory with Eye Mask – $39.99
This tech case can hold all your cords and plugs, though it probably isn’t big enough for 999 happy haunts. The front of the case features the Hatbox Ghost with the phrase “Welcome Foolish Mortals” printed above his head in pink.
The back of the bag features an extra pocket.
Above the pocket are the menacing eyes found in the hallways of the Mansion, and on the pocket itself is art of the Hitchhiking Ghosts.
This is also where the accompanying sleeping eye mask was attached. It will make its wearer look as though they are among the pairs of spooky eyes that lurk in the dark of the Mansion.
The bottom of the case is flat.
The top of the case has a handle attached, and the case is closed with a zipper.
Haunted Mansion Characters iPhone 14 Pro Max Case – $34.99
We also found two new iPhone cases themed to the classic attraction. This one has similar art from this overall collection of Mansion characters in shades of pink, blue, teal, and purple. Featured on the case are Constance Hatchaway, the Hatbox Ghost, Madame Leota, the Singing Busts, a Stretching Room Gargoyle, and the Hitchhiking Ghosts.
The case has a 3-D effect, and is available for many different iPhone models. We spotted cases for the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro,
Haunted Mansion Madame Leota iPhone 14 Pro Max Case – $34.99
The other case we found was themed to Madame Leota.
The case is black, and features art of Madame Leota floating above her séance table, surrounded by musical instruments. The art also boasts a 3-D effect.
This phone case also comes in a variety of sizes for iPhone models. We were able to find them for the iPhone 14 Pro Max, the iPhone 12 Pro Max, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
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‘Haunted Mansion’ Movie
The new “Haunted Mansion” movie follows a doctor (Rosario Dawson) and her 9-year-old son (Chase Dillon), who move into a haunted house in New Orleans. Dawson’s character ends up getting help from a priest (Owen Wilson), a scientist-turned-failed-paranormal expert (LaKeith Stanfield), a French Quarter psychic (Tiffany Haddish), and a historian (Danny DeVito).
The ghosts that will appear include Madame Leota (Jamie Lee Curtis) and the Hatbox Ghost (Jared Leto). Winona Ryder, Dan Levy, and Hasan Minhaj make cameos.
“Haunted Mansion” is directed by Justin Simien from a screenplay by Katie Dippold. It’s produced by Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich.
“Haunted Mansion” is the second attempt to adapt the ride into a film, following the poorly received 2003 film directed by Rob Minkoff and starring Eddie Murphy.
The Haunted Mansion
The first version of The Haunted Mansion opened in 1969 at Disneyland as part of the New Orleans Square expansion. Two years later, it was an opening day attraction in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom, and in 1983, it was an opening day attraction at Tokyo Disneyland.
The Disneyland Paris version of Haunted Mansion is named Phantom Manor and has its own backstory, but is still similar to the original versions. At Hong Kong Disneyland, Mystic Manor is a completely different attraction that draws some inspiration from the original, but avoids references to the afterlife out of respect toward traditional Chinese cultural precedent.
The famous Hatbox Ghost was in the original Disneyland Haunted Mansion on opening day. Technology had not quite caught up to the ghost’s vanishing and appearing head, however, so the effect only lasted a few weeks before disappearing for nearly 50 years.
The Hatbox Ghost returned to the Mansion at Disneyland with his working effect in 2015. He appears at the end of the attic scene, after the Bride. The Hatbox Ghost will soon be installed in the Magic Kingdom version of the Haunted Mansion, too.