Why Universal’s Invisible Woman Should Be Directly Tied To The New Invisible Man


However, the lack of either of those scenarios leaves a very wide door open for Elizabeth Moss’ character to become her own sort of avenging angel for those who are abused in a similar manner. Now that she’s gotten a taste of the invisible life, free of incrimination and accountability, there’s no telling what sort of antics she could get into, and that means there’s fertile ground for a sequel.

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Travis Kelce Attends Taylor Swift’s Sydney Concert, Kiss After Show
“The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live” Review – Rick Grimes Returns in Exceptional, Emotional Premiere
Shane Gillis Polarizes Audience with Controversial ‘SNL’ Monologue
‘Lessons I’ve learned as a queer entrepreneur’
30% of Netflix’s Hit Shows Are Adaptations

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *