After 'The Mummy', that failed reboot with Tom Cruise that was to start the "Dark Universe" franchise, Universal introduces us to a modern invisible man. Here we have the trailer of a new version of the classic monster created by H.G. Wells, which opens in cinemas on February 28, 2020.
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Although it was initially announced that Johnny Depp would be the new invisible man, the study changed its mind by finding that 'The Mummy' was not the success they expected. Now the cast is led by Elisabeth Moss, famous for the series 'Mad Men' and 'The Tale of the Maid', we have also been able to see it recently in movies like 'We'.
Oliver Jackson-Cohen (taking over from Depp), Harriet Dyer, Storm Reid and Aldis Hodge complete the cast. The staging is carried out by Leigh whannell, director of 'Insidious: Chapter 3' and 'Upgrade'. Also noteworthy is the name of Jason Blum, the fashion producer in American horror movies with his studio Blumhouse.
The story introduces us to Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss), trapped in a controlling and violent relationship with a brilliant and rich scientist. One night he decides to escape and hide with the help of his sister, a childhood friend and his teenage daughter. After his escape, Cecilia learns that his aggressive ex-boyfriend has committed suicide and left him a large part of his enormous fortune.
But she suspects that his death is a trick and shortly after receiving the inheritance a series of unusual and lethal coincidences begin to take place. Cecilia tries desperately to prove that someone seemingly invisible chases him, while his mental health suffers more and more …
Trailer bent to the Castilian of 'The Invisible Man'