invisible man cast

Oliver Jackson-Cohen is about to get transparent for The Invisible Man. The Haunting of Hill House star has landed the titular role in Blumhouse’s horror reboot, which also stars Elisabeth Moss. Leigh Whannel is directing this new take on the tale, which subverts the original story about a mad scientist who ends up turning himself invisible.

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the craft reboot cast

Blumhouse’s reboot of The Craft has found the first of its four witches. Cailee Spaeny, who appeared in Bad Times at the El RoyalePacific Rim: Uprising and more, will play the lead character in the new take on the ’90s witch flick. Zoe Lister-Jones is writing and directing the new Craft, which will follow a similar plot as the original movie, but update details for the modern era.

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invisible man cast new

The Blumhouse-Universal reboot of The Invisible Man just added two new visible costars. Aldis Hodge and Harriet Dyer will join Elisabeth Moss and Storm Reid in the horror film, which is being directed by Leigh Whannell. After Universal failed to get their Dark Universe off the ground, they’re not taking a much different approach, allowing individual stories to stand on their own. The new Invisible Man will be an update of the 1933 film of the same name.

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black christmas remake cast

Cary Elwes, best known for making people swoon in The Princess Bride, and then cutting his own foot off in Saw, has joined the cast of Blumhouse’s Black Christmas remake. Like the original – and its other, previous remake – the story will focus on a group of female college students terrorized by a stalker. No specifics are available regarding Elwes’s character, but I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess he’s not playing one of the college girls.

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halloween sequel new

Blumhouse is ready to head back to Haddonfield. A sequel to 2018’s Halloween is reported to be ready to shoot this fall, with a 2020 release date in mind. Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer and Andi Matichak are all expected to reprise their roles as the surviving Strode women, and director David Gordon Green is likely to come back as well.

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black christmas remake

Bob Clark’s iconic proto-slasher pic Black Christmas is getting yet another remake – this time from Blumhouse. The studio will release the holiday horror film just in time for next Christmas, and they’ve lined-up some impressive talent to make it happen. Sophia Takal, director of the fantastic indie horror-drama Always Shine, will helm the film. And Green Room‘s Imogen Poots will star. Merry Christmas, I guess!

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magic 8 ball movie

Mattel is getting serious about the movie business, with adaptations of its iconic toy lines for Barbie, Hot Wheels, Masters of the Universe, and more in the works. But what could possibly be next? Apparently, a Magic 8 Ball…horror movie? That’s right, the fortune-telling device will be getting its own feature film adaptation courtesy of Blumhouse Productions, which is teaming up with Mattel to bring the Magic 8 Ball movie to the big screen.

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Spawn movie update

It’s been several months since we’ve gotten a Spawn movie update, but now Spawn creator and would-be film director Todd McFarlane has indicated that the project has hit a snag.  Read More »

the invisible man remake plot

New plot details for The Invisible Man remake have just materialized online, along with some new casting news. A Wrinkle In Time actress Storm Reid is the latest addition to the cast, joining star Elisabeth Moss. The new take on the classic story will follow a woman who begins to suspect her recently deceased abusive ex-boyfriend might still be lurking around. More on The Invisible Man remake plot below.

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the craft reboot blumhouse

Blumhouse will attempt to summon Manon by producing a reboot of The Craft. The ’90s witch flick has become something of a cult classic, and producers have been mulling a remake for a few years. Now, Zoe Lister-Jones is set to write and direct a The Craft reboot for Blumhouse and Columbia Pictures. But will this new take on The Craft be able to capture the magic of the original?

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