Blumhouse's remake of The Invisible Man arrives in February. Here's what we know about the studio's latest monster movie!
A new version of The Invisible Man, the classic Universal monster created by H.G. Wells, will live again in a new reboot from Universal and Blumhouse in 2020. This one will be headlined by Oliver Jackson-Cohen. The London-born actor is coming off his role as Luke Crain on Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House, which – in its depiction of the character’s struggles with addiction and past trauma – reportedly impressed the film’s creative coalition enough to clinch the role. It certainly sounds like an applicable skill set to the Invisible Man’s gradual emotional descent into villainy and murder.
The film is written (as an adaptation of the Wells story) and directed by Leigh Whannell, who previously directed Insidious: Chapter 3, Upgrade, and is attached to