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The Effect of the Voyeur Camerawork in ‘The Invisible Man’ Leigh Whannell‘s reimagined Invisible Man is a more terrifying and menacing Universal Monster for modern times. Before his “death,” he was an abusive, controlling husband to a trapped Cecilia Kass, played by Elisabeth Moss. Knowing that he is capable of real evil makes waiting for him to inflict that evil on Cecilia and the people she loves excruciating to watch but in the most thrilling way. Whannell’s monster is not the only thing that keeps the audience on edge throughout The Invisible Man.

The Effect of the Voyeur Camerawork in ‘The Invisible Man’ Leigh Whannell‘s reimagined Invisible Man is a more terrifying and menacing Universal Monster for modern times. Before his “death,” he was an abusive, controlling husband to a trapped Cecilia Kass, played by Elisabeth Moss. Knowing that he is capable of real evil makes waiting for him to inflict that evil on Cecilia and the people she loves excruciating to watch but in the most thrilling way. Whannell’s monster is not the only thing that keeps the audience on edge throughout The Invisible Man.

The Invisible Man's Jason Blum would love to bring Frankenstein to life Following the failure of THE MUMMY, the Dark Universe franchise quickly crashed and burned, leaving the fate of the infamous Universal Monsters up in the air; Enter Leigh Whannell's THE INVISIBLE MAN, which has become a critical and commercial success less than a week after its release. This has left many fans excited for future reimaginings of the Universal Monsters, and Jason… Read More...

Trailer for 'Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein' Mock Doc "My father had a compulsion to court disaster…" Netflix has debuted an official trailer for a comedy short, mockumentary special titled Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein, starring actor David Harbour from Hellboy and "Stranger Things". In the film, Harbour delves into the enigmatic history of his legendary acting family, as he examines his father's legacy and role in a made-for-TV play called – of course – "Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein".

Javier Bardem to Once Again Play a Monster in New Universal Horror Movies Universal's next big franchise play is to reboot its series of classic movie monsters. The Universal folks are not pulling any punches, either. They're going all out for this hopeful cinematic universe by hiring some of the best big name actors around. It's all going to start with The Mummy starring Tom Cruise (though the actual mummy will be Sofia Boutella), and then after that they've got plans to introduce Johnny Depp's Invisible Man, Russell Crowe's Dr. Jekyll,...Read MoreRead Comments

Twilight's Xavier Samuel goes monsterAussie actor Xavier Samuel appeared as The Twilight Saga's Riley Biers and has subsequently popped up in a small role in Fury. His next turn, as Monster in Bernard Rose’s new take on Frankenstein, is a lot more eye-catching - as this first reveal from the film hints. {Frankenstein still}He was the creation of evil vamp Victoria in Twilight, now it’s the turn of a pair of scientists played by Carrie-Ann Moss and Danny Huston as Elizabeth and Victor Frankenstein respectively to modify Samuel into a potentially horrifying new creation.

Will Smith Producing ‘Hitch’ TV Series for Fox Will Smith is coming back to TV — though not as a star. The former Fresh Prince of Bel Air is set to executive produce a small-screen remake of Hitch, his 2005 romantic comedy about a professional dating consultant. Hit the jump for more details on the Hitch TV series. THR reports Fox has given a script commitment to the Hitch TV series. Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont (Leap Year, Made of Honor) are writing the script.

Sophie Turner Slated to Lead Second, Youthful Mary Shelley Project Earlier this month, we got word that Super 8 star Elle Fanning was going to lead A Storm in the Stars, a period romance from Wadjda director Haifaa Al-Mansour that will follow he passionate love affair between dangerously charismatic poet Percy Shelley and 17-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft, who hadn't yet taken the surname of her lover and gone on to become the iconic author of horror classic Frankenstein.

Frankenstein retitled Victor Frankenstein with first synopsis revealed The formally titled FRANKENSTEIN directed by Paul McGuigan (PUSH) will now be titled VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN and Twentieth Century Fox has pushed the release date to October of 2015 instead of January. The movie stars James McAvoy as the title character and Daniel Radcliffe as Igor. Paul McGuigan is at the helm of this revisionist take on Mary Shelley's masterpiece, based on a script by Max Landis (CHRONICLE).... Read More...

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