The Invisible Man Trailer: Elisabeth Moss Stars in the Sci-Fi Horror Remake

Elizabeth Moss in the Invisible Man

Elizabeth Moss in the Invisible Man

The film titled The Invisible Man will feature the stunning actress Elisabeth Moss as Cecilia Kass.

And the premise is particularly disturbing, finding Handmaid's Tale star Elisabeth Moss playing Cecilia Kass, a woman trapped in an abusive relationship with Oliver Jackson-Cohen's genius scientist Jack Griffin. I wanted to kind of get away from that and make something that was really modern, really grounded, or as grounded as you can be when you're dealing with a film called The Invisible Man. As a fan of the Universal Monsters, I sure hope so. Genre fans will recognize Jackson-Percy from Netflix's hit series "The Haunting of Hill House", based on Shirley Jackson's famous novel. The film, The Invisible Man is helmed by director Leigh Whannell. Elisabeth Moss plays a woman who escapes an abusive relationship only to find herself tormented by an invisible force. The cast also includes Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer and Aldis Hodge. But when he leaves her a chunk of his fortune, she starts to suspect there's something fishy about his death. A series of eerie coincidences begin to turn deadly, forcing Cecilia's sanity to unravel, desperate to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody else can see. The new Invisible Man writer/director may raise some eyebrows, however. The beloved work has been adapted for the screen many times in the past, perhaps most notably in 1933. Other adaptations of varying quality have also come over the decades, including 2000's Hollow Man, which was directed by Paul Verhoeven and starred Kevin Bacon in the lead role.

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It's entirely possible that Leigh Whannell will do a great job here, but it's hard to see why Universal hired the Saw guy for this job, rather than seeking out one of the many female horror filmmakers now working on lower-budget indies.

Universal has dropped the first trailer for the Blumhouse-produced The Invisible Man, which is. well, kinda sorta still part of whatever remains of the ashes of the Universal Monsters' Dark Universe? Be sure to check out the new trailer for yourself.

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