Filmmaker Mike Flanagan announced early on July 9 that filming has wrapped on his latest and highly-anticipated project for Netflix, The Fall of the House of Usher. This will be Flanagan’s fifth horror miniseries loosely based off of gothic literature that he has adapted to the screen under his and Trevor Macy’s Intrepid Pictures for the streaming company. In June, Collider reported that the upcoming series was well underway and nearing the end of filming when returning star Rahul Kohli shared a photo of an early wrap gift from co-star Kate Siegel. After just under six months, House of Usher is entering is post-production phase.
Early in the morning on July 9, Flanagan posted to his personal Twitter that, only moments prior, he and the crew of their next Netflix miniseries wrapped on production. The filmmaker went on to say that the end of filming marks the end of an era for him, and considering Flanagan has been filming for one masterpiece after another in Vancouver, Canada, The Fall of the House of Usher certainly does bring a hefty chapter of his life to a close. Still, he goes on to say that the wrap "isn’t closing the book entirely" on his affinity to the Vancouver area for Intrepid Pictures, but that a lot has changed since first beginning production on his other fan-favorite The Haunting of Bly Manor in 2019.
Read more: https://collider.com/fall-of-the-house-of-usher-production-wrap-mike-flanagan/
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