Constance Wu admitted that she believes in ghosts and talked openly about her experiences with them.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the actor who played the lead in 2:22—AA Ghost Story said, “Though not in the same manner as most people, I do believe in ghosts.” I don’t believe it to be eerie, terrifying, or haunted. Ghost encounters, in my opinion, are fairly common. Mine took place in a neighborhood during the day, not at a haunted house or somewhere else that may have been ominous.
A really elderly woman with these heavy glasses was standing there when I arrived, and she was quite kind. She abruptly vanished after that. She wasn’t menacing, and it wasn’t scary. “She merely appeared to be a little bewildered.”
Anna Camp, who plays her co-star in Pitch Perfect, also believes in spirits.
“I think ghosts exist. I’ve had a few paranormal encounters. I have two Ouija boards, and I once received a warning from one of them in college concerning an incident that occurred years after I acquired another one. When I recount the story again, it still gives me shivers because of how everything was intertwined. However, something is at work that goes beyond what is actually taking place. I firmly believe it.”
2:22—A Ghost Story features two couples that stay up until 2:22 to see if the house is haunted.