‘The Invisible Man’: Universal Sets Sights On Remake

LA Times Hero Complex:
Hollywood is taking another look at “The Invisible Man.” The see-through scientist was introduced by H.G. Wells way back in 1897 but a feature film now in the works would broaden the mythology and reach for an aesthetic closer to Guy Ritchie’s action-packed ”Sherlock Holmes” franchise and the effects spectacle of ”The Mummy” franchise, according to writer-director David S. Goyer.

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