‘The Spiderwick Chronicles’ Set Photos Reveal Scary Arthur Spiderwick House

Disney+’s The Spiderwick Chronicles series is currently filming in Vancouver, Canada. Now, thanks to one of the locals we have a first look at some set pieces for the project.

Twitter user CathDoll1 shared some photos taken of the iconic and scary Arthur Spiderwick house in Burnaby’s Deer Lake Park. The house is featured heavily in the book series. You can check out some of the photos below.

The Spiderwick Chronicles series is based on the book series of the same name by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black. The series follows three children who discover a field guide to fairies while encountering various magical creatures such as goblins, ogres, brownies, boggarts, hobgoblins, trolls, and many others.

Lyon Daniels and Noah Cottrell will play the Grace twins Jared and Simon. They are joined by Mychala Lee, who plays Mallory Grace, Jared and Simon’s older sister, Joy Bryant as Helen Grace, the mother of the household, and Christian Slater, who is set to play the series’ villain Mulgarath (alter ego Dr. Dorian Brauer), a capital-V Villain who does what all ogres do — he eats people, an insatiable desire to consume.

She-Hulk director, Kat Coiro is set to direct the series’ first two episodes. She will also executive produce the series. Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi, who wrote and illustrated the books together, will also serve as executive producers of the series. Paramount Television Studios and 20th Television are producing the series. Aron Eli Coleite (Locke & Key) is the showrunner. Casting is currently underway.

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