PG-13 | | Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
When Eleanor, Theo, and Luke decide to take part in a sleep study at a huge mansion they get more than they bargained for when Dr. Marrow tells them of the house's ghostly past.
In this movie, Owen Wilson plays a character named Luke, his brother's name in real-life.
You already owe two months worth of rent.
Eleanor "Nell" Vance: It's mine, and you're not taking it away.
Jane: Read the will, Nell. It states in plain language, the executor shall have the right to dispose of any and all personal property, as he shall see fit.
Eleanor "Nell" Vance: He's not even ...
After the portrait of Hugh is marked up with red paint, it is said that, "Mrs. Dudley will take care of it," and the effort to remove the paint is seen later. However, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley left early on with the injured people to get help. Additionally, they locked in everyone who remained in the house from outside the gate.
At the beginning, the music from Dreamwork's studio is not heard. Instead we hear the strange noises from inside Hill House.
Theatrical release: When Theo and Nell meet Luke (just those three), Theo boldly asked Luke if he was gay or straight. Luke answered straight. I saw this film in the theater in the first week of its release in the summer of 1999 and remember this. DVD and other releases do not have this scene. It was brief and might not matter much, but I was always curious why it was cut after the theatrical release.
$33,435,140 (USA) (25 July 1999)