Nickelodeon's A Really Haunted Loud House wraps filming in New Mexico

The brand-new feature is directed by Jonathan Judge, from a screenplay by Tony Gama-Lobo and Rebecca May

By Priyanca Rajput 13 Apr 2023

Nickelodeon's A Really Haunted Loud House wraps filming in New Mexico
The Really Loud House. Credit: Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon has wrapped production on its upcoming feature film, A Really Haunted Loud House, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The film will follow Lincoln Loud, Wolfgang Schaeffer, (The Really Loud House (TRLH), Pivoting), and his best friend Clyde, Jahzir Bruno, (TRLH, The Witches) as they decide between trick or treating and the signature Loud family Spooktacular or attending a party hosted by Xander, the cool new kid at school.

Playing the real-life versions of the Loud family in the movie, the cast includes Brian Stepanek as Lynn Loud Sr., Jolie Jenkins as Rita Loud, Eva Carlton as Leni Loud, Sophia Woodward as Luna Loud, Catherine Ashmore Bradley as Luan Loud, Annaka Fourneret as Lynn Loud, Aubin Bradley as Lucy Loud, Ella Allan as Lola Loud, Mia Allan as Lana Loud, Lexi Janicek as Lisa Loud, Lexi DiBenedetto as Lori Loud, and August Michael Peterson as Lily Loud.

A Really Haunted Loud House is directed by Jonathan Judge (TRLH, Life in Pieces) from a screenplay by Tony Gama-Lobo and Rebecca May (The Casagrandes Movie, Rise of the TMNT), with revisions by Tim Hobert (The Middle, Scrubs).

Judge and Michael Rubiner (The Loud House) serve as executive producers. Don Dunn (iCarly, To All the Boys: Always and Forever) and Melanie Kirk (TRLH, Trinkets) serve as producers.

Production for Nickelodeon Studios is overseen by Shauna Phelan and Zack Olin, co-heads of Nickelodeon & Awesomeness Live-Action Series and Films. Brittany Cope serves as Nickelodeon’s executive in charge of production for the franchise.

The Studios at the Journal Center, one of eight newly-added locations on the list of Qualified Production Facilities from the New Mexico Film Office, was allocated for productions after The Albuquerque Journal began outsourcing the printing of their paper to fellow, family-owned, local newspaper, The Santa Fe New Mexican.

The production has employed approximately 300 New Mexico crew members, 650 local background talent, and 10 native principal actors.

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