If you’re heading into the weekend and wondering what to watch on HBO, we’ve got you covered. For the weekend of September 18th through September 20th, HBO is playing host to some solid library titles, new episodes of engrossing original series, and a splashy premiere for one of the best movies of 2020 so far. Indeed, the stunning (and terrifying) The Invisible Man starring Elisabeth Moss makes its HBO debut this weekend, and it’s really the perfect choice to kick off spooky season. But that’s not all! Check out our full list of what to watch …
After successfully reimagining The Invisible Man, director Leigh Whannell has been tasked with helming another big screen reboot of a classic Universal Monster: The Wolfman. Ryan Gosling is attached to star.
This has been a weird year at the movies to say the least. Major titles like F9, Black Widow, and more have been pushed back to later in the year or into 2021. Meanwhile, streaming has taken advantage of everyone being stuck at home to make a splash with titles that may have flown under the radar in normal times. There may have been slightly fewer movies to watch this past year, but it's not like movies evaporated completely, and more importantly, there have been some great ones that are well worth your time. With that in mind, our …
The recently announced Universal monster movie could continue a new era.
If you liked Leigh Whannell’s 2020 update of The Invisible Man and also like Mondo posters, you’re in luck. We at Collider are giving away one copy of Francesco Francavilla’s brand new The Invisible Man Mondo poster to one very lucky reader, along with a copy of the film. You can check out the poster below, but—spoiler alert—it’s gorgeous. Francavilla uses the Invisible Man suit from the film (worn by Oliver Jackson-Cohen’s Adrian Griffin) as the backdrop lording over his sparse mansion that houses Elisabeth Moss’ traumatized Cee. Indeed, Whannel flipped the …
Talking with writer/director Leigh Whannell about the awesome new design.
Get an exclusive first look at Mondo artist Francesco Francavilla's interpretation of the Elisabeth Moss version of the Invisible Man.
Warning: This article contains major spoilers for Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man. If you have not seen the movie, do not continue on! If you’re still with me, you know that the ending of Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible Man had a pretty significant plot twist. For most of the movie, the audience is led to believe that Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) has found some sort of way to fake his own death and terrorize Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) as an invisible presence. While searching Adrian’s lab, Cecilia confirms these suspicions when she finds a suit with the …