The Invisible Man Trailer Arrives, Blumhouse Reboots Universal Monsters Classic

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           The Invisible Man Trailer – A new vision of terror from Leigh Whannell
     
     
       By Jon Lyus

The trailer for the 2020 remake of The Invisible Man has been shared.

The first look at the reboot of classic movie horror The Invisible Man has arrived, and it looks horribly creepy.

It is based upon the original novel by H.G. Wells and will start to roll out into cinemas from February of next year, so not too long to wait.

Trapped in a violent, managing marriage with a wealthy and excellent scientist, Cecilia Kass (Moss) escapes in the dead of night and disappears into hiding, aided by her sister, their childhood buddy, and his teenage daughter.

"However when Cecilia's abusive ex (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) commits suicide and leaves her a beneficiant portion of his giant fortune, Cecilia suspects his dying was a hoax". The staging is carried out by Leigh whannell, director of "Insidious: Chapter 3" and "Upgrade". The lead character of The Invisible Man, Cecilia Kass goes through a horrific journey to a hospital where she is admitted for being mentally unstable.


The project emerged from the ashes of the planned "Dark Universe" over at Universal, which had once tapped Johnny Depp to play the character alongside Russell Crowe as Dr Jekyll/Mr Hyde and Javier Bardem as Frankenstein's monster. Producer Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions were given the Universal monsters to apply his low-priced horror approach to, as opposed to the flashier, expensive, action-adventure take that Cruise's Mummy had gone with. Soon right after that, mysterious points start off taking place all around Moss, almost as if she's becoming followed and terrorized by-dun dun dun-an Invisible Man.

Elisabeth Moss is fighting for her life - and her sanity - in the new trailer for Universal's unsettling sci-fi thriller The Invisible Man.

Then Tom Cruise's The Mummy bombed and was nearly universally panned. No this isn't a gender-swapped version, the Invisible Man is very much still a man - The Haunting of Hill Houses' Oliver Jackson-Cohen, in fact - but now he's the abusive scientist husband torturing his wife... even after his alleged death.

What do you think of the trailer?

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