What you can't see can hurt you.
But surely, Universal still has the same shared-universe goals that sparked the creation of the Dark Universe in the first place. The Invisible Man is a co-production of Goalpost Pictures Australia and Blumhouse Productions, in association with Nervous Tick, for Universal Pictures. 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. The film's director Leigh Whannell is one of the co-creators of the Saw franchise.More news: Chargers QB Philip Rivers scuffles in tough road loss to Raiders
Though the movie bombed, it announced it would reboot The Mummy with Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella in 2017, followed by more planned films with Russell Crowe as Doctor Jekyll, Javier Bardem as Frankenstein's monster, and Johnny Depp as the Invisible Man. In the trailer, we see Elisabeth Moss' Cecelia running away from her abusive boyfriend.
It's entirely possible that Leigh Whannell will do a great job here, but it's hard to see why Universal hired the Saw guy for this job, rather than seeking out one of the many female horror filmmakers now working on lower-budget indies.More news: Jonas Brothers Feel ‘Like It’s Christmas’ on New Holiday Song
Moss plays a woman who leaves a controlling relationship with a violent but brilliant scientist. The preview options audiences a glimpse on the terror Elisabeth Moss' Cecilia Kass will take care of as she tries to affect others that her abusive ex-spouse faked his demise and uncovered a solution to make himself invisible to proceed haunting her family.
Cecilia's sanity is tested after a terrifying series of events begin to prove her suspicions. The beloved work has been adapted for the screen many times in the past, perhaps most notably in 1933.More news: Know How Artificial Intelligence in Telecommunication Market Is Thriving Continuously
Aussie filmmaker Leigh Whannell also directed the Saw and Insidious movies. Here we have the trailer of a new version of the classic monster created by H.G. Wells, which opens in cinemas on February 28, 2020. The newly released trailer promises plenty of jump scares, hair-raising stalker scenes, women not being believed, and finally - sweet, bloody vengeance.
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