Universal Reportedly Wants An Invisible Man And Invisible Woman Crossover

Universal Reportedly Wants An Invisible Man And Invisible Woman Crossover
After the misguided Dark Universe experiment failed at the first hurdle following the highly-publicized tales of behind-the-scenes woe, scathing reviews and disappointing box office that greeted Tom Cruise’s The Mummy, Universal took a step back and decided instead to focus on smaller-scale, more filmmaker-driven projects for their stable of classic monsters, with even the studio head admitting that the interconnected franchise idea was a failure.

First out of the gate is Saw co-creator Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man, which is set to hit theaters this weekend. Not only does it come from horror hit factory Blumhouse, but the early critical reactions have been extremely strong, with the movie currently sitting on an impressive 92% Rotten Tomatoes score. All the signs point to The Invisible Man reboot being a success, which opens up the doors for more of the Universal monsters to make their way back to the big screen.
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