pixelburp wrote: »
Blumhouse making it though by the looks of it, wonder if any other of the properties were handed to other studios. Kinda makes sense, I had figured cheap horror remakes was a better path to success than a wonky, PG shared universe.
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Cork_exile wrote: »
Don't know if I can handle much more of Elisabeth Moss' tortured gurn face though
Blazer wrote: »
God I hated her since Mad Men.,that’s me out.
The Invisible Man has officially been given an R-rating from the MPAA for “some strong bloody violence, and language.”
Slydice wrote: »
Another.. official trailer? .. ok
Could probably skip this one. Combined with the others, I'm starting to form a picture of the film.
p to the e wrote: »
That's pretty much the film in that trailer. Definitely skip.
ziedth wrote: »
I will be very put off when the Camera doesn't do a hyper close up on Elisabeth Moss face every half an hour looking different levels of Angry......
Having said that, it looks alright actually.
speedboatchase wrote: »
A bit harsh. Reviews are fantastic. Seeing it tonight :cool:
maximoose wrote: »
I think he meant skip the trailer, not the film :pac: