Published: Sun, November 10, 2019

The Invisible Man Is Coming From Universal Studios

The Invisible Man Is Coming From Universal Studios

Are you excited to see how the new interpretation goes? The re-imagined adaptation of the Dark Universe monster centres on a rich and brilliant scientist (played by Oliver Jackson-Cohen) who privately carries out an abusive relationship with his wife, Cecilia Kass (Moss).

But surely, Universal still has the same shared-universe goals that sparked the creation of the Dark Universe in the first place.

When that film didn't do well with critics or at the box office they scrapped a bulk of the plans (everything planned seems to be hiatus) and looked to Jason Blum/Blumhouse to help them out with The Invisible Man. Oliver Jackson-Cohen blew us away as the former addict son of a dysfunctional family, forced to face ghosts of his past both literally and figuratively on Netflix's "The Haunting of Hill House".

Whannell, who recently directed the Blumhouse film Upgrade, has worked nearly exclusively within the horror genre for his entire career. When his ex-girlfriend, played by Elizabeth Moss, tries to make an escape from his controlling clutches, he fakes his own death, and drinks a potion that makes him invisible.

Cecilia's sanity is tested after a terrifying series of events begin to prove her suspicions.


The film is loosely based on the HG Wells novel of the same name. The beloved work has been adapted for the screen many times in the past, perhaps most notably in 1933. After all, he's true Hollywood horror royalty - the man is the brains behind the Saw and the Insidious series, as well as the writer-director of the extraordinary horror-thriller flick Upgrade.

That franchise, however, stalled after the lukewarm critical and commercial response to The Mummy in 2017, which starred Tom Cruise and was meant to launch the series. But in an age where studios are hoping to emulate the Marvel Cinematic Universe with other franchises, it's easy to see how that might be an attractive idea.

Check out the new trailer below.

The thrilling trailer of the film The Invisible Man will definitely keep the fans and film audience on the edge of their seats.

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