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Charlie’s Angels director Elizabeth Banks will both direct and star in a reboot of the classic horror title The Invisible Woman for Universal.
The first-look images from Universal and Blumhouse's The Invisible Man movie reboot show Elisabeth Moss' character alone... or so it would seem.
The Invisible Man is one of Universal's original classic monsters, first introduced to cinema back in 1933, and possessing unique powers.
Blumhouse and Universal release an official synopsis for The Invisible Man reboot, which Leigh Whannell (Upgrade) is writing and directing.
Oliver Jackson-Cohen (The Haunting of Hill House) is starring as The Invisible Man in Universal and Blumhouse's upcoming horror film reboot.
Aldis Hodge (Straight Outta Compton) is the latest addition to the cast of Blumhouse's upcoming horror movie reboot, The Invisible Man.
Blumhouse's reboot of Universal's classic The Invisible Man will reportedly start filming this summer, with Leigh Whannell as writer and director.
The release date of Blumhouse's reboot of The Invisible Man, also a reboot of Universal's shared world Dark Universe, is set as March 13 2020.
Storm Reid (A Wrinkle in Time) joins the Invisible Man reboot cast, bringing plot details for the Blumhouse monster horror movie to light.
Armie Hammer and Alexander Skarsgård are reportedly Universal's top choices to star in the studio's upcoming Invisible Man movie reboot.
Universal and Blumhouse's remake of the classic horror film The Invisible Man is reportedly eying Elisabeth Moss for a starring role.
Jason Blum says Blumhouse's Invisible Man reboot will be low-budget and the studio is open to using scripts originally intended for the Dark Universe.
The Dark Universe is dead, long live the Dark Universe. Here's why Blumhouse's Universal Monsters reboot is sure to be a success.
Universal's Invisible Man remake recruits producer Jason Blum and Upgrade director Leigh Whannell; Johnny Depp is currently no longer attached.
The Dark Universe may be in a coffin but is it truly dead or just sleeping? We look at the evidence and why it may still be a good move for Universal.
A post by artist Robert Vargas suggests Universal has not yet scrapped the shared monster universe (aka. Dark Universe) launched by The Mummy reboot.
After her abusive ex-boyfriend commits suicide, naïve Cecilia begins to rebuild her life. However, her sense of reality is put into question when she begins to suspect her former boyfriend is not actually dead at all.
The Invisible Man Official Trailer