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Elisabeth Moss Fights for Her Life to Find ‘The Invisible Man’ – Movie Trailer

Elisabeth Moss is battling for her life — and her mentality — in the new trailer for Universal’s disrupting science fiction spine chiller “The Invisible Man.”

“The Invisible Man,” in light of H.G. Wells‘ tale, is a reboot of the 1933 film featuring Claude Rains. The reimagined adaptation of the Dark Universe beast focuses on a rich and splendid researcher (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) who secretly holds an abusive relationship with his spouse, Cecilia Kass (Moss). She escapes with the assistance of her loved ones, later discovering her ex ends his life. In any case, when he leaves her a tremendous part of his fortune, she presumes his passing was a scam.

“It just doesn’t make any sense,” Moss’ character says. “Adrian wouldn’t murder himself.”


Cecilia’s mental soundness is tried after a startling arrangement of occasions start to demonstrate her doubts.

“I’m scared,” she says later in the trailer. “He was a sociopath, completely in control of everything. He said wherever I went, he would find me, walk right up to me, and I wouldn’t be able to see him.”



Leigh Whannell (“Saw,” “Deceptive”) wrote and directed “The Invisible Man.” The cast includes Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer and Aldis Hodge.

“The Invisible Man” lands on the big screen Feb. 8, 2020.

Joe Wehinger
Joe Wehinger (nicknamed Joe Winger) has written for over 20 years about the business of lifestyle and entertainment. Joe is an entertainment producer, media entrepreneur, public speaker, and C-level consultant who owns businesses in entertainment, lifestyle, tourism and publishing. He is an award-winning filmmaker, published author, member of the Directors Guild of America, International Food Travel Wine Authors Association, WSET Level 2 Wine student, WSET Level 2 Cocktail student, member of the LA Wine Writers. Email to:
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