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First Look at Maria Olsen in The Haunting of Whaley House

Time to add a little bit of spooky to your evening as we have the first look at actress Maria Olsen in make-up as one of the creepy inhabitants of a haunted residence in the new flick from The Asylum, The Haunting of Whaley House. Dig it!

Check out the behind-the-scenes image from the Jose Prendes flick below. Look for it in July.

From the Press Release

The cast has been officially locked in for The Asylum’s thrill ride The Haunting Of Whaley House. The film stars Stephanie Greco (Chemical Peel, Phoenix Falling) as lead character Penny, who is convinced by her friend Craig, played by Graham Denman (Sick Girl, Eyes of the Woods), to give him a private tour of the infamously haunted Whaley House.

“Not only is the script super-scary, but I have the opportunity to play such a wonderfully written character, which is an actor’s dream,
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Final Pieces of The Haunting of Whaley House Come Together

The Asylum's latest spookfest The Haunting of Whaley House is getting set to go before cameras, and we have the last bits of casting news and more right here for ya! Dig it!

From the Press Release

The cast has been officially locked in for The Asylum’s thrill ride The Haunting Of Whaley House. The film stars Stephanie Greco (Chemical Peel, Phoenix Falling) as lead character Penny, who is convinced by her friend Craig, played by Graham Denman (Sick Girl, Eyes of the Woods), to give him a private tour of the infamously haunted Whaley House.

“Not only is the script super-scary, but I have the opportunity to play such a wonderfully written character, which is an actor’s dream,” says Stephanie Greco. “What’s funny is that the house we’re shooting at is actually really haunted and I’m the biggest scaredy cat you’ll ever meet,
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This week's new films

Another Earth (12A)

(Mike Cahill, 2011, Us) Brit Marling, William Mapother, Matthew-Lee Erlbach. 92 mins

It's been quite a year for cosmic arthouse, and like The Tree Of Life and Melancholia, this low-key indie contrasts inner and outer space to stirring effect. Unlike a Kubrick-style space odyssey, it's very much down to earth – Earth One, that is. "Earth Two", a duplicate of our own, is more like a giant metaphor in the sky. Its discovery tragically fuses the lives of two people, and could yet resolve it, which makes for a tender character drama with a shot of sci-fi ingenuity.

Puss In Boots (U)

(Chris Miller, 2011, Us) Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Zach Galifianakis. 90 mins

Between the Shrek brand recognition, the bright 3D, the broad-spectrum comedy and the prospect of cute cats dancing, it's hard to imagine a more mercilessly commercial proposition than this animated spin-off. It's a predictably polished affair, with Banderas's
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