The Haunting Of Hill House Star To Play Blumhouse’s Invisible Man

Universal have wisely rethought their approach to rebooting the studio’s stable of classic monsters in the wake of the Dark Universe debacle. Rumors of behind-the-scenes disagreements plagued the production of Tom Cruise vehicle The Mummy, which went on to suffer from so-so box office business and scathing reviews, virtually killing any attempt to relaunch their iconic characters as star-driven action blockbusters.

It was announced earlier this year that the next set of reboots were already in motion and The Invisible Man, which once had Johnny Depp attached to star in the lead role, would be first out of the gate with genre specialists Blumhouse producing and Saw co-creator Leigh Whannell behind the camera.

The Handmaid’s Tale and Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss was the first name to join the cast, with speculation that she could even be playing the title role quickly proving to be false. A Wrinkle
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