Invisible Man, The (2020)

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Invisible Man, The (2020)

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Trapped in a violent, controlling relationship with a wealthy and brilliant scientist, Cecilia Kass (Moss) escapes in the dead of night and disappears into hiding, aided by her sister (Harriet Dyer), their childhood friend (Aldis Hodge) and his teenage daughter (Storm Reid). But when Cecilia’s abusive ex (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) commits suicide and leaves her a generous portion of his vast fortune, Cecilia suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of eerie coincidences turns lethal, threatening the lives of those she loves, Cecilia’s sanity begins to unravel as she desperately tries to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see.

Originally had a March 13th 2020 release.
Filmed in Sydney, Australia.
Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Haunting of Hill House) plays the “Invisible Man.”
Storm Reid (Sleight, A Wrinkle in Time) will play “Sydney.”
Leigh Whannell (writer for several Saw and Insidious movies) is set to write and direct.
It’s said that this is a lower-budget movie that’s “not dependent on special effects, CGI or stunts. It’s super character-driven, it’s really compelling, it’s thrilling, it’s edgy, it feels new.”
When this was still part of the “Dark Universe” Johnny Depp was attached to star, but that’s no longer the case.
This is a remake of the classic Universal film. Initially it was going to be part of Universal’s interconnected “Dark Universe,” which would have several of their monster properties connected with each other in some way, but with the failure of 2017’s The Mummy, starring Tom Cruise, the studio decided to shelve that idea. Now this project is said to be part of a new strategy for Universal’s monster properties, where they bring in creative directors with distinctive visions to the classic characters, moving on from the interconnected Dark Universe idea.
The Invisible Man was released in theaters by Universal Pictures on Friday, February 28th, 2020.
Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man and Craig Zobel’s The Hunt, both Blumhouse productions, were both released onto VOD outlets Friday, March 20th, 2020.


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Don’t look now, but writer-director Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man is shaping up to be one of the year’s biggest horror hits.




The ending of The Invisible Man doesn’t unfold exactly how you expect, but that’s only fitting for Leigh Whannell’s twisty horror-thriller. The Invisible Man’s ending isn’t a straightforward one, but it’s the right one for the movie. Here’s how it goes down. Spoilers ahead!


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Making of The Invisible Man (B-Roll)




The Invisible Man - World Premiere - TCL Chinese Theatre (Hollywood)




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The Invisible Man “Elisabeth Moss: Script Read” Featurette




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The Invisible Man
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What you can’t see can hurt you. Emmy winner Elisabeth Moss (Us, Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale) stars in a terrifying modern tale of obsession inspired by Universal’s classic monster character.

Missed Them in Theaters? ‘The Hunt’ and ‘The Invisible Man’ Are Now Streaming on All Major VOD Outlets!


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The Invisible Man review SPOILER FREE the horror movie The Invisible Man movie review the Universal Monster movie. The scary movie Invisible Man 2020 movie my reaction and explained of The Invisible Man.




Invisible Man REVIEW - More Than Meets The Eye.




The timeless Universal monster, The Invisible Man, returns in a modern take. Leigh Whannell combines his classic approach to horror-thriller film making with a powerhouse performance by Elizabeth Moss to deliver a modern horror classic.




Doc and Ghoulash review the visibly suspenseful thriller by Leigh Whannel.




Chris and AJ review the 2020 sci-fi thriller movie, The Invisible Man!




THE INVISIBLE MAN (2020) Ending Explained.


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While out promoting the February 28th release of The Invisible Man, Elisabeth Moss told us all about the thrill of working with the motion control camera which is vital to the visual style of the movie, what the toughest part of this very demanding shoot was for her, and also about her experience working with Wes Anderson on The French Dispatch.




With The Invisible Man hitting theaters nationwide on February 28th, I got the chance to sit down with Storm Reid to talk about her experience working with Leigh Whannell and Elisabeth Moss, and also about her personal taste in horror movies. You can hear about all of that as well as what it was like working with James Gunn on The Suicide Squad and what we can expect from Gia in Euphoria Season 2 in this video interview!




With The Invisible Man hitting theaters nationwide on February 28th, I got the chance to chat with writer-director Leigh Whannell who explained when he first came up with the idea for the movie, if there was any hesitation adapting an iconic story, and revealed the advice he’d give to other filmmakers who may make new movies for the Universal monsters in the future. You can hear about that and more in this video interview!




Oliver Jackson-Cohen is living large in the horror genre right now! After seeing his star power skyrocket with the release of The Haunting of Hill House, not only was he tapped to play a new character in the sequel season, The Haunt of Bly Manor, but Jackson-Cohen was also cast as the title character in the highly anticipated The Invisible Man.

Before he’s The Invisible Man, Jackson-Cohen is Adrian, an extremely wealthy and bright scientist. Adrian is also an abusive boyfriend, and when Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) gains the courage to leave him, Adrian decides to take his own life. However, soon after that happens, Cecilia starts to notice strange things happening around the house and becomes convinced that Adrian isn’t really gone; he’s just managed to figure out a way to make himself invisible.

Having seen and loved The Invisible Man, I’ve got high hopes that the film will hit theaters this weekend and absolutely crush it at the box office. While we wait for that to happen, how about a chat with Jackson-Cohen about the need to find the humanity in a character like Adrian, building relationship backstory with Moss, and what it’s been like working on The Haunting of Bly Manor? You can hear about that and more in this video interview!





Elisabeth Moss is a true showstopper in Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man, but there’s no understating the value of the film’s supporting cast, including Aldis Hodge as Cecilia’s (Moss) close friend, James. When Cecilia manages to flee her abusive boyfriend Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), James opens his home to her. The chemistry between Moss, Hodge and Storm Reid who plays James’ daughter is undeniably charming and really makes you feel as though Cecilia can rebound from her experience with their love and support, so when Cecilia comes to suspect that Adrian is back from the dead to threaten her and her loved ones, the suspense and concern for Cecilia’s safe haven skyrockets.

With The Invisible Man now available to own on DVD and Blu-ray, I got the chance to hop on a Zoom call with Hodge to talk about his experience making the film and what he learned from the Blumhouse process that he’d like to implement on the projects he’s developing. Hear all about that and the movies he hopes to make with his brother Edwin Hodge in this video interview. And do keep in mind that there’s a spoiler question about the ending of the film at the 6:11 mark!



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The Invisible Man will appear on Digital May 12th, 2020 and on 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD on May 26th, 2020 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

‘The Invisible Man’ Appears on 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD This May with Deleted Scenes and Commentary


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This exclusive, behind-the-scenes clip from the bonus features of THE INVISIBLE MAN showcases some of director/writer Leigh Whannell’s inventive camera work on the final day of shooting. It’s an intense clip that showcases how much hard work goes into making a film and highlights the phenomenal cinematography from one of the film’s coolest sequences.



The Invisible Man, which was quickly made available as a premium VOD offering after the nationwide closing of theaters, is now on 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive inside look at the development of the film with director Leigh Whannell (Saw, Insidious, Upgrade), who talks about his approach to scripting the psychological thriller that modernizes Universal’s classic monster against a backdrop of an empowered woman facing her tormentor.

“You do have to tread carefully,” says Whannell. “I was very aware of that and respectful and reverent of the character, but at the same time, I had to forget about all of that reverence to make a good movie and in that way I would honor the character.”



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