Blumhouse’s Invisible Man Remake Is Arriving Earlier Than Expected
The Blumhouse and Universal Images Relocated The Invisible Man has been available for over two weeks. Instead of theatrical release on Friday, March 13, 2020, the film will open this Friday, February 28, 2020. The restart is currently taking place in Sydney, Australia, and things seem to be going well for the project, which features Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen and the recently announced Storm Reid. The story incorporates elements from HG Wells's novel and the classic film of the same name dating back to 1933, and expectations are high that the new project will live up to the source material.
The Invisible Man  was originally supposed to attack Warner Bros. & # 39; Godzilla vs. Kong at the box office and now faces the hidden camera prank film Bad Trip . March 20 will see the release of A Quiet Place 2 . The closest release date seems to be a wise decision to take the time to shine at the box office. Last month it was revealed that Oliver Jackson-Cohen was taking the lead role in the upcoming film, which will continue Blumhouse's tradition of making a film with a reduced budget to maximize profits.
Regarding History The Invisible Man Specific details are kept secret. However, it is thought that Cecilia's character of Elisabeth Moss will receive the news of the suicide of her abusive ex-boyfriend. As she begins to rebuild her life, she begins to question her reality when she begins to suspect that her ex-deceased did not actually die. The Invisible Man was originally intended to be part of the dark universe of the Universal, but it is now developed as a standalone project with Leigh Whannell, responsible for writing and directing the film.
The Invisible Man is considered a member of the original Universal Monsters, with the Wolf Man, Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy and the creature of black Lagoon. However, they initially started with The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Phantom of the Opera. Universal tried to build its dark universe with The Mummy with Tom Cruise, but it was not as good as the studio originally hoped. The idea was therefore dropped and left on the floor of the editing room. for the future.
From now on, Blumhouse will take care of the universal monsters, which seems to be a wise decision at this time. The studio uses a proven method to carry out its projects on a small budget and has been very successful in recent years with this particular business model. When Elisabeth Moss was chosen, there were rumors that Blumhouse was going to follow the Invisible Woman path, but it turned out that was wrong afterwards. Whatever the case may be, the horror fans who were anxious to see The Invisible Man now have two weeks less to wait, which should be a good news. The new release date was originally reported by Deadline.