Tom Hiddleston
Actor Tom Hiddleston talks about "Crimson Peak." Reuters

A new trailer from the film “Crimson Peak” has been released via IGN and it is more ghastly than the previous one. It starts with a young girl getting scared by someone’s presence in a Colonial-style home. Then Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska) is shown telling someone that she has had past experiences with ghosts. She is also shown writing a novel about ghosts.

Tom Hiddleston, who plays Edith's husband, Sir Thomas Sharpe, is shown holding a manuscript. He tells her “it is rather good. You see, from where I come from ghosts are not to be taken lightly.” Dr. Alan McMichael (Charlie Hunnam) tells Edith that he “understands her obsession with the Sharpes,” but he asks her to proceed with caution.

Guillermo del Toro has directed “Crimson Peak.” It is scheduled to be released in October.

Hiddleston, in a recent interview with Collider, shared his thoughts about working with del Toro: “His knowledge about everything is so deep, he knows how to do everyone’s job and he’s very, very special, really inclusive. Just everything, from the very first moment I met him, has been about enthusiasm and expansion and love and a good time, as well. This crew was working 16-hour days and they would follow him into war, 16-hour days never felt so short because it’s such fun.”

Hunnam also has great expectations for the film. In an interview with Details, he said “Crimson Peak” was one of del Toro's best films, "if not maybe his best film.”

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