How 'The Invisible Man' Made A Terrifying Villain That You Can't Even See | Movies Insider

The 2020 version of “The Invisible Man,” directed by Leigh Whannell, introduced a new twist on the classic horror-movie monster, focusing on his abused ex-girlfriend Cecilia (played by Elisabeth Moss) rather than the invisible man himself, Adrian Griffin (played by Oliver Jackson-Cohen). In addition to shifting the central character, the filmmakers used a number of innovative techniques to make a character you can’t see terrifying to watch, including some clever cinematography and visual effects. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at what makes “The Invisible Man” so much scarier than the original 1933 film.

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