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Blumhouse, Goalpost and Whannell team up again for ‘The Invisible Man’

Elisabeth Moss (Photo credit: Rex Shutterstock).

Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Productions and Goalpost Pictures will co-produce The Invisible Man, a sci-fi horror movie inspired by the classic monster character for Universal Pictures.

Leigh Whannell will script and direct the movie which will start shooting in Sydney in July. Elisabeth Moss has signed to play an as yet unspecified role. Casting is underway for other roles in Australia and Us.

It is the second collaboration between Blumhouse, Goalpost and Whannell following Upgrade, which was shot in Melbourne and starred Logan Marshall-Green, Melanie Vallejo, Harrison Gilbertson and Get Out‘s Betty Gabriel .

Whannell serves as executive producer via his company Nervous Tick alongside the producers, Jason Blum and Goalpost’s Kylie du Fresne. He is in Oz on a recce.

No details of the plot have been revealed but the source material presumably includes James Whale’s 1933 sci-fi horror movie The Invisible Man,

See full article on IF.com.au