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While many films and series are suffering from delays in the face of the current coronavirus pandemic, The Curse of the Hill Residence is free: according to reports released last Thursday, April 23, the continuation called The Haunting of Bly Manor had its filming completed before the virus began to spread.
In this phase of social detachment, the team is working on finishing the series remotely to bring production to Netflix subscribers without delay, although no official date has yet been announced.
Mike Flanagan, creator and director of the series, is the one who gives the information when answering a fan on Twitter about the development of the new season: “It’s going very well. Still on schedule, we concluded before the shutdown and post-production in home. The show is shaping up wonderfully, I’m thrilled about it. At the moment, there’s no reason to think it’s going to be pushed. ”
He ends the speech by stating that Netflix will release the release date once everything is finalized. The official trailer has not yet been revealed to the public.
In the meantime, remember the trailer for the first season:
Based on the book The Haunt of Casa da Colina, by Shirley Jackson, plot that has already inspired the films Challenge from Beyond (1963) and The Cursed House (1999), the story follows the story of siblings who faced a series of supernatural events during childhood and, now adults, face the ghosts of the past.
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