Invisible Man producer Jason Blum is "certainly going to try" for a sequel

Ian Sandwell, Louise McCreesh

From Digital Spy

The Invisible Man's producer Jason Blum has opened up about the possibility of a sequel following the film's box office success.

Talking to Digital Spy for the release of The Hunt, the Blumhouse founder admitted that while there are "no plans" for a follow-up to the Universal movie right now, he's going to do his best to make one happen.

"There are no plans to make a sequel, but I would love to make a sequel," he said. "And I'm certainly going to try and make a sequel.

"But so far, there are no plans to make one."

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Blum's comments follow The Invisible Man star Elisabeth Moss opening up about the film's "complicated" dark ending – and it would certainly be intriguing to see where a sequel takes Cecilia's story next.

Blumhouse's next picture, The Hunt, is finally making its way into cinemas this week.

The satirical thriller was due to hit theatres last year but got shelved due to two instances of gun violence in the US which occurred around its initial release date.

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The Hunt sees 12 strangers rounded up and hunted for sport by a group of elite liberals. It stars Emma Roberts, Hilary Swank, Ike Barinholtz and GLOW actress Betty Gilpin.

Speaking to Digital Spy, Blum also explained why he was "relatively confident" the movie would eventually be released.

The Hunt is in UK cinemas on March 11 and US cinemas on March 13.

The Invisible Man is available to pre-order on Blu-ray and DVD now.

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