How ‘The Invisible Man’ Aims to Reset Universal’s Approach to Monster Movies After Big-Budget Misfires

“Invisible Man,” which opens Friday, is the first in what Universal hopes will be a series of modern spins on their stable of monsters

After Universal Pictures bet big bucks on “The Mummy” only to see the planned Dark Universe fall into Hollywood infamy, the studio is now trying to revive classic horror icon “The Invisible Man” with a mix of Blumhouse’s low-budget strategy and topical storytelling reminiscent of Jordan Peele’s recent hits.

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Jeremy Fuster

Jeremy Fuster

Box Office Reporter • jeremy.fuster@thewrap.com