‘Invisible Man’ Male Director Asked Elisabeth Moss to Correct His Script, Ensure Female Pov

‘Invisible Man’ Male Director Asked Elisabeth Moss to Correct His Script, Ensure Female Pov
Leigh Whannell’s upcoming horror thriller “The Invisible Man” may have a title devoted to a male character, but the revisionist take on the H. G. Wells story is actually centered around a woman. Elisabeth Moss leads the film as Cecilia Kass, a woman who manages to escape an abusive relationship only for her abuser (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) to begin tormenting her as an invisible entity. Whannell wrote “The Invisible Man” screenplay, which is rooted in the perspective of a female abuse victim, so when Moss boarded the project in the lead role he was adamant about getting her thoughts on the script to ensure the movie would not just be a women’s story told from a male’s perspective. Whannell encouraged Moss to make any change needed to ensure his “Invisible Man” did right by a female point of view.

“I think most men who are intelligent want to,
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