‘The invisible man’ for Blumhouse is to his protagonist in ‘The curse of Hill House’

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    'The invisible man' for Blumhouse is to his protagonist in 'The curse of Hill House'

    When we all thought the Dark Universe Universal —excuse the redundancy— more dead than alive after the significant bump that we hit ‘The mummy’, the people of Blumhouse surprised all and sundry by announcing a new remake of ‘The invisible man’ that would bring to the fore the movie universe of terror.

    One of the main innovations of the resurrection of the project, led by the writer and director Leigh Whannell —whose latest work has been the enormous ‘Upgrade’—, has been the departure of Johnny Depp of the same. But, as is often said, a dead king, king post; because the production has found its new invisible man in Oliver Jackson-Cohen

    The interpreter british is no stranger to the genre, at least in the panorama of tv terms; having starred in the exceptional ‘The curse of Hill House’ Mike Flanagan for Netflix and the approximation of NBC Dracula, in which he gave life to Jonathan Harker.

    not Yet known details about the plot of a ‘The invisible man’ that will begin to shoot the film this month in Sydney —Australia—, with the intention of getting to our cinemas the march 13, 2020; although everything points to the new direction of the Dark Universe will provide productions, more modest focused on the styles and sensibilities of its directors —which, in my opinion, is a great success—.

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    The news ‘The invisible man’ for Blumhouse is to his protagonist in ‘The curse of Hill House’ was originally published in Espinof by Victor Lopez G. .


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    ‘The invisible man’ for Blumhouse is to his protagonist in ‘The curse of Hill House’
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    July 13, 2019

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