After he turned 'The Invisible Man' into a critical and commercial hit, Blumhouse is backing Leigh Whannell again.
The boss the Universal studio has admitted that the plans for its rebooted monster movies – the so-called 'Dark Universe' – was a failure.
Leigh Whannell's 'The Invisible Man' seems to have emerged like a phoenix from the ashes of the Dark Universe.
The report also suggests that A Quiet Place director John Krasinski worked on a pitch for the film in 2019.
There's more news from the studio where all the movie monsters live.
Leigh Whannell has created a new take on 'The Invisible Man', in which Elisabeth Moss plays a survivor of abuse battling the spectre of her ex.
We now know what shape Universal’s reboot will take.
"I think it probably was trying to come together too quickly."
Universal is "reconfiguring" the Dark Universe.
Films that went past the point of no return...
Universal's Monsters may have already been vanquished before the Dark Universe got off the ground.
Director Bill Condon considering the Wonder Woman actress for delayed horror remake, if first choice Angelina Jolie pulls out.
The planned remake of 'The Bride of Frankenstein' has been pulled from Universal's 2019 release schedule.
It looks as though Universal's Dark Universe could be in jeopardy as The Mummy director weighs up his options.
Studio said to be eyeing the '21 Jump Street' star for the role of iconic monster hunter, previously played by Hugh Jackman.
The pain may not be over for 'The Mummy', according to reports which suggest that it could lose Universal as much as $95 million (£75 million).
“The Mummy” has been buried. This weekend, Universal’s latest opened at No. 2 domestically behind the second weekend of “Wonder Woman.” With Tom Cruise in the lead, the revival was poised to be a beat-the-heat, popcorn-flinging summer blockbuster, a nostalgia grab for millennial fans of the 1999 title, and the launchpad for the studio’s “Dark... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/box-office/the-mummy-box-office-analysis-tom-cruise-1202461943/" title="Read 5 Reasons Why Tom Cruise’s ‘The Mummy’ Disintegrated at the Domestic Box Office">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Universal's gender-swapped reboot isn't the first film to put a monstrous woman centre-stage.
Looking at the versions of the Universal horror classic which never made it to screens.
Alex Kurtzman, the director of 'The Mummy' and creative lead on Universal's Dark Universe, spills the bean on Hollywood's newest shared universe.
In advance of reboot of Universal monsters as "Dark Universe" franchise, new advance peeks at scenes from "The Mummy" starring Tom Cruise, opening Friday
The hard-working superstar may be set to sprout hair and fangs for Universal's Dark Universe.
The high-stakes blockbuster arrives with so-so tracking as Tom Cruise leads a risky foray into the "Dark Universe," a superhero-style series of interconnected films.
The British Board of Film Classification have slapped the age-restrictive rating on the Tom Cruise action-horror reboot.
With a very glamorous picture, a visible Invisible Man, and Frankenstein's new monster are unveiled.