Are you excited to see how the new interpretation goes?
Quickly after Tom Cruise's The Mummy debuted to risky assessments and underperformed on the field enterprise, Common reassessed its designs for a shared cinematic universe of it and opted to give attention to filmmaker-driven assignments for studio's traditional film monsters.
The first look at the reboot of classic movie horror The Invisible Man has arrived, and it looks horribly creepy.More news: Feds Accuse Northport Couple, Business of Illegal Sales of Chinese Equipment
Produced by Jason Blum and Kylie du Fresne, The Invisible Man is executive produced by Beatriz Sequeira, Charles Layton, Rosemary Blight, Ben Grant, Couper Samuelson, Jeanette Volturno and Whannell himself. And that's exactly what writer-director Leigh Whannell wanted.
The first trailer for The Invisible Man gives us our first look at Cecilia, played by Mad Men and The Handmaid's Tale star Elisabeth Moss, as she deals with the loss of her ex-boyfriend who seems to be slowly driving her to insanity, all while remaining invisible to everyone.
The original "Invisible Man" from 1933 was based on a novel by H.G Wells, the author best known for "War of the Worlds" and the OG "fake news" fiasco that ensued.More news: Cyclone Bulbul: Operations at Kolkata airport suspended
The Invisible Man revolves around Cecilia Kass (played by Moss) who escapes an abusive relationship and disappears into the dead of night before her ex comes back to haunt her. While this supposedly causes him to commit suicide, a series of increasingly spooky and violent circumstances causes her to question whether or not his death was a hoax. He also worked on the Insidious trilogy, directing the most recent one. Johnny Depp's version would have existed in a universe alongside Tom Cruise's 2017 take on The Mummy, which kicked off and also ended the Dark Universe, as the movie didn't meet expectations critically or commercially. Whether or not that leads to a connected universe remains to be seen.
The Invisible Man is scheduled to be unveiled in theaters 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.More news: Disney+ Announces the European Launch Date for 2020