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A few more names are checking into Netflix’s Haunting of Hill House series.
E.T. star Henry Thomas, Grey’s Anatomy grad Elizabeth Reaser and Kate Siegel (Hush) have all joined the drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Ordered straight to series, the 10-episode project is described as a modern reimagining of Shirley Jackson’s classic 1959 novel and centers on four people living in an 80-year-old mansion. The newly added trio’s roles are being kept under wraps.
Hill House reunites them with series writer-director Mike Flanagan. Thomas and Reaser both starred in his 2016 film Ouija: Origin of Evil. Siegel, Flanagan’s wife, stars opposite Thomas in the upcoming Gerald’s Game and also starred in and co-wrote Hush with her husband. The three join previously cast stars Carla Gugino and Game of Thrones alum Michael Huisman.
Flanagan will executive produce the series with Trevor Macy, Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank. Falvey and Frank’s Amblin TV will produce with Paramount TV.
Thomas’ recent credits include Law & Order: SVU, Sons of Liberty, Dear John and Betrayal. He is repped by Gersh, Brillstein Entertainment Partners and Bloom Hergott.
Reaser, who will next be seen in NBC’s Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders, is also known for her work in the Twilight films, The Good Wife and Mad Men. She is repped by UTA and Stone Genow.
Siegel, whose other credits include Castle and Mob City, is repped by TCAJed Root and attorney Nelson Davis Wetzstein.
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