Blumhouse’s Invisible Man Gets a Spring 2020 Release Date




The Invisible Man remake is officially on the way to us in 2020. Blumhouse Productions, the studio at the origin of these successes as The Purge franchise, Get Out and Sinister have been preparing for some time to redo this classic movie of monsters Universal. The majority of the necessary pieces are in place, including a director in the form of Leigh Whannell and a pair of stars in Elizabeth Moss ( The Tale of the Maid ) and Storm Reid ( A Wrinkle In Time ). Now the studio has revealed when we can hope to see this new invisible man appear in theaters.

According to a new report, The Invisible Man is about to be liberated on March 13, 2020. Leigh Whannell, who previously led ] Insidious: Chapter 3 and Under-the-Radar Upgrade from last year, wrote the screenplay in addition to his duties as director. At the present time, no actor has been appointed to play the lead role. Names like Armie Hammer and Alexander Skarsgard were rejected, but nothing has been confirmed yet. During the distribution of Elizabeth Moss, there was speculation that it was really going to go through the Invisible Woman Road.

Universal had first tried to refresh his universe of monsters with Dark Universe, an experiment launched with that of 2017 The Mummy presented by Tom Cruise and to a lesser extent with the of 2014 Dracula Untold which was confirmed as part of Dark Universe only after its publication. Bride of Frankenstein The Man Man and yes, The Invisible Man and yes, and yes, and [Oui] . Russell Crowe was chosen to play Dr. Jekyll, who would have served as connective tissue between the films. At that time, Johnny Depp was associated with the lead role. However, since The Mummy did not do nearly what was needed at the box office, the studio has decided to rethink its strategy on this front by going from there. before, since all this would have been a pretty expensive blockbuster. ]

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Instead, Blumhouse will now have the task of managing these properties . Blumhouse is known to have turned the horror offer into a micro-budget box office success. The Invisible Man will be the first of these projects to take place in front of cameras. If it works well, we expect to hear news from more classic monster movies getting the go-ahead. Other projects such as a remake of Creature of Black Lagoon were also discussed.

The production of the remake should begin in July. Filming will take place in Sydney, Australia. That means we should hear more about the cast, and possibly about some plot details, in the very near future. The Invisible Man was presented on the screen several times, notably in the classic adaptation of 1933. All stories are based on the new classic of HG Wells . We will keep you informed as soon as more details about the project become available. This news had already been reported by The Wrap.

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