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Production has officially kicked off in Sydney, Australia for director Leigh Whannell‘s The Invisible Man, the remake of Universal Picture’s classic monster movie about an insane see-through scientist. Whannell celebrated the occasion by posting a photo from set; you’ll see that the director is re-teaming with his Upgrade cinematographer Stefan Duscio, and you’ll also notice leading man Oliver Jackson-Cohen in character doing a sick backflip in the background.
That’s a joke. He’s invisible, you see. Exact plot details on this re-imagining of the original 1933 movie have been kept under wraps. Whannell also wrote the script, and producer Jason Blum previously noted the filmmaker’s pitch took the typical low-budget Blumhouse route:
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“It was like the Blumhouse version of The Invisible Man, it’s a lower-budget movie. It’s not dependent on special effects, CGI, stunts. It’s super character-driven, it’s really...
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