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The Trailer For Elisabeth Moss Horror Movie 'The Invisible Man' Is Here

The Trailer For Elisabeth Moss Horror Movie 'The Invisible Man' Is Here

The first trailer for Elisabeth Moss-starring psychological horror The Invisible Man is here, and it's already messing with our heads.

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Set for release in February 2020, the film is a loose modern adaptation of H. G. Wells novel of the same name.

It tells the story of Cecilia Kass - played by Golden Globe-winning The Handmaid's Tale star Elisabeth Moss - whose abusive ex-boyfriend commits suicide.

But Cecilia soon realises all is not quite as it seems, when her controlling ex partner (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) continues to haunt her in terrifying ways.

Cecilia experiences gaslighting as she is forced to questions her sanity, as does everyone around her.

Cecilia Kass, played by Elizabeth Moss, is tormented by her ex lover. (Credit: Universal Pictures)
Cecilia Kass, played by Elizabeth Moss, is tormented by her ex lover. (Credit: Universal Pictures)
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The trailer, released on 7th November, stars with Cecilia being told her ex-partner Adrian Griffin has committed suicide and left £5 million to her - a sum she can only take if she's ruled to be mentally competent.

However, Moss' character believes her ex has found a way to become invisible and is using it to play a series of psychological games with her.

"He was a sociopath completely in control of everything," she says. "He said that wherever I went he would find me. Walk right up to me and I wouldn't be able to see him."

Elizabeth Moss' character fears she is going insane (Credit: Universal Pictures)
Elizabeth Moss' character fears she is going insane (Credit: Universal Pictures)

Speaking to Empire, director Leigh Whannell (Saw, Dead Silence, Insidious) said: "The idea of a spectre of somebody haunting you, is a great metaphor for one of these relationships where people are scared and traumatised.

"I really just wanted to tell the most nerve-wracking, scariest Invisible Man story I could."

Things soon turn violent and harrowing (Credit: Universal Pictures)
Things soon turn violent and harrowing (Credit: Universal Pictures)

The film also stars Aldis Hodge as James, Storm Reid as Sydney, and Amali Golden as Annie, with Harriet Dyer, Benedict Hardie, Sam Smith and Anthony Brandon Wong in supporting roles.

The Invisible Man lands in the US on 28th February 2020, with no word on when UK audiences will get it yet.

Featured Image Credit: Universal Pictures

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