‘Invisible Man’ Filmmaker Leigh Whannell Inks Overall Deal With Blumhouse
Filmmaker Leigh Whannell and Blumhouse successfully revitalized Universal's monsters with this weekend's 'The Invisible Man,' and they also have solidified their long-standing relationship in a two-year, first-look deal.
What ‘The Invisible Man’ Left Behind
Leigh Whannell's new take on 'The Invisible Man' is at once a good film and a lacking reboot, and perhaps the best example to date of how a film can be both these things at once.
Why ‘The Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell Defied Test Screening Notes
'The Invisible Man' filmmaker Leigh Whannell was told the opening scene wouldn't work, but he stuck to his guns.
‘The Invisible Man’ Cast Talks Modernizing a 120-Year-Old Story
For writer-director Leigh Whannell, trying to modernize H.G. Wells' 'The Invisible Man' felt, in some ways, like trying to win the lottery.
Leigh Whannell to Tackle ‘Escape From New York’ Remake for Fox (Exclusive)
Leigh Whannell has booked his second big studio project in less than a week. Just days after closing a deal to write and direct 'The Invisible Man' for Universal, the Australian-born filmmaker is taking on another studio franchise, Fox’s 'Escape from New York.'
‘Invisible Man’ Movie in the Works From Blumhouse and Director Leigh Whannell
Universal and Blumhouse are developing an 'Invisible Man' movie, with 'Insidious' and 'Saw' mastermind Leigh Whannell attached to direct.
‘Upgrade’ Director Leigh Whannell on Box-Office Pressures and Visiting ‘Aquaman’ Set
'Upgrade' director Leigh Whannell says a sequel is not likely in the cards for the Blumhouse project.
How ‘Upgrade’ Became Blumhouse’s First Sci-Fi Film
The players behind Blumhouse's first sci-fi film, 'Upgrade,' Logan Marshall-Green, writer-director Leigh Whannell ('Insidious') and producer Jason Blum, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter at the movie's premiere at L.A.'s Egyptian Theatre on Wednesday night.
‘Insidious: Chapter 3’: Film Review
Dermot Mulroney and Lin Shaye co-star in this prequel installment of Leigh Whannell and James Wan's horror series.
Stanley Film Festival Promises “Slow-Burn, Smarter” Horror
The newly released program for the young horror festival opens with 'Cooties' and ends with 'The Final Girls.'
From ‘Saw’ to Berlin: The Bloody Odyssey of Darren Lynn Bousman
The cult-horror mastermind on anthologies, religious horror and the thrill of distributing his own movies: "it's like being addicted to a very bad drug."
‘Insidious’ and ‘Saw’s’ Leigh Whannell Wants His Next Project To Be Sci-Fi
The mastermind talks unlikely inspirations — Rob Reiner? — and the 'Star Wars' director he says is his favorite modern filmmaker