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Film News Roundup: ‘Invisible Man’ Crosses $100 Million at Worldwide Box Office

In today’s film news roundup, “The Invisible Man” hits a milestone; “Kajillionaire,” “Come Play” and “Green Rush” get release dates; and Jack Eve’s romantic drama “Open” wraps shooting.Box OfficeUniversal Pictures-Blumhouse Productions’ “The Invisible Man” has crossed $100 million at the worldwide box office in less than two weeks.The film, directed by Leigh Whannell, has grossed […]

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Korean Box Office: ‘Invisible Man’ Tops Virus-Hit Weekend, ‘1917’ Remains in Second

The Korean box office hit rock bottom this weekend due to coronavirus that is fast spreading in the country. According to Kobis, the box-office tracking service operated by the Korean Film Council, the country’s box office managed some 230,803 ticket sales between Saturday and Sunday. That is lower than the previous weekend’s 285,663 admissions and […]

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Disney and Pixar’s ‘Onward’ Delivers $40 Million Debut; ‘The Way Back’ Scores $8.5M

Disney and Pixar’s Onward topped the weekend box office, but fell just a bit shy of expectations, a performance some may relate to the current Covid-19 concerns, though most everything else performed as expected if not better. Universal’s The Invisible Man held on quite well, delivering a second place performance, while WB’s release of The […]

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‘Onward’ rules international box office as coronavirus takes toll

Universal’s The Invisible Man on cusp of $100m worldwide.Disney/Pixar’s Onward ruled international weekend box office on an estimated $28m debut as the ongoing spread of coronavirus took its toll amid theatre closures and restrictions across parts of the world.With China out of the game while most of its 70,000 sites are shut down, significant box […]

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As ‘The Invisible Man’ Thrives, Universal Lines Up Another Monster Movie

Universal’s busted Dark Universe franchise, once thought dead-on-arrival thanks to the 2017 box-office tragedy “The Mummy,” looks to be reinvented, thanks to strong filmmakers with original ideas. Writer/director Leigh Wannell’s H.G. Wells adaptation “The Invisible Man,” starring Elisabeth Moss as a terrified woman being gaslit by her ex after he fakes his own death, has […]

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‘The Invisible Man’ Producer Jason Blum Would Love to Make ‘Frankenstein’

Now that The Invisible Man is a huge hit for Blumhouse, more Universal monster reboots are all but guaranteed. Universal already has the Dracula spin-off Renfield in the works, as well as Elizabeth Banks’s Invisible Woman. What else could we see in the future? According to Blumhouse head Jason Blum, the answer is Frankenstein. Blum […]

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With ‘Invisible Man’ & ‘The Lodge,’ Hollywood Fully Embraces The Terror Of Gaslighting Horror

As humans, we cannot help but look for patterns, but sometimes the universe makes it easier than others. For example, we may have noticed two high-profile horror releases from February. We might have also noticed that the films were anchored by their lead actresses and received solid reviews from horror and non-horror journalists alike. But […]

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‘The Invisible Man’ Ending: Elisabeth Moss, Leigh Whannell Break Down Two Biggest Shocks

[Editor’s Note: This post contains major spoilers for “The Invisible Man.” Do not read further if you do not wish to be spoiled.]Leigh Whannell’s “The Invisible Man” opened nationwide February 28 and is already one of the year’s biggest critical and commercial hits (the film boasts a 91% on Rotten Tomatoes from 226 reviews and […]

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