The first trailer for The Invisible Man dropped on Thursday.

In the preview for the classic H.G. Wells character’s latest outing, Elisabeth Moss plays Cecilia Kass, a woman who has recently escaped an abusive relationship.

However, things soon take an eerie turn when Cecilia seems to be under attack from an unseen assailant. 

In the preview for the classic H.G. Wells character's latest outing, Elisabeth Moss [pictured] plays Cecilia Kass, a woman who has recently escaped an abusive relationship

In the preview for the classic H.G. Wells character’s latest outing, Elisabeth Moss [pictured] plays Cecilia Kass, a woman who has recently escaped an abusive relationship

The two-and-a-half minute long trailer begins with images of Cecilia fleeing her abusive partner Adrian in the middle of the night.

Meanwhile, we hear Adrian’s lawyer (played by Australian actor Michael Dorman) reading to Cecilia from Adrian’s will, with her ex allegedly having committed suicide after she left him.

‘Per his final wishes, you’re getting five million dollars,’ Adrian’s lawyer tells a shocked Cecilia.

‘Contingent of course on the fine print,’ he continues, ‘you can’t be ruled to be mentally incompetent’. 

Run! The two-and-a-half minute long trailer begins with images of Cecilia fleeing her abusive partner Adrian in the middle of the night

Run! The two-and-a-half minute long trailer begins with images of Cecilia fleeing her abusive partner Adrian in the middle of the night

Adrian's lawyer (played by Australian actor Michael Dorman, pictured) reads to Cecilia from Adrian's will, with her ex allegedly having committed suicide after she left him

Elisabeth Moss of Mad Men fames plays Cecilia

Adrian’s lawyer (played by Australian actor Michael Dorman, L) reads to Cecilia from Adrian’s will, with her ex allegedly having committed suicide after she left him

‘It just doesn’t makes any sense,’ muses Cecilia in voice over, ‘Adrian wouldn’t kill himself.’ 

What follows are an increasingly creepy series of scenes in which Cecilia appears to be ‘haunted’ by an unseen figure.

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In one, she stands out in the cold night air, and we can see the breath of an invisible person appear next to her.

In another, a hand print appears in the condensation on a glass door while Cecilia showers. 

Not so invisible now: Adrian is played by English actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen

Not so invisible now: Adrian is played by English actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen

Cruel and unusual: Later, Moss' character begins to believe that she's being deliberately driven insane by her abusive ex

Cruel and unusual: Later, Moss’ character begins to believe that she’s being deliberately driven insane by her abusive ex

Later, Moss’ character begins to believe that she’s being deliberately driven insane by her abusive ex.

‘I went to his house today. He’s not dead,’ she tells Adrian’s lawyer.

‘He said that wherever I went, he would find me, walk right up to me, and I wouldn’t be able to see him’.

‘He has figured out a way to make himself invisible,’ she insists. 

Eventually, Cecilia’s insistence that her invisible ex is trying to drive her mad lands her in what appears to be a psychiatric facility.  

Locked up: Eventually, Cecilia's insistence that her invisible ex is trying to drive her mad lands her in what appears to be a psychiatric facility

 Locked up: Eventually, Cecilia’s insistence that her invisible ex is trying to drive her mad lands her in what appears to be a psychiatric facility

Creep show: What follows are an increasingly creepy series of scenes in which Cecilia appears to be 'haunted' by an unseen figure

Creep show: What follows are an increasingly creepy series of scenes in which Cecilia appears to be ‘haunted’ by an unseen figure

I see you: In the trailer's final turn, Cecilia is able to see 'Adrian', and attacks him with a pen

I see you: In the trailer’s final turn, Cecilia is able to see ‘Adrian’, and attacks him with a pen

It’s there that things take a violent turn, with the invisible assailant turning hospital guards’ guns on themselves. 

And in the trailer’s final turn, Cecilia is able to see ‘Adrian’, and attacks him with a pen.

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Adrian is played by English actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen.

However, the role was originally supposed to belong to Johnny Depp, as recently as 2016.

The Invisible Man is slated for release February 28, 2020. 

Bloody hell: It's there that things take a violent turn, with the invisible assailant turning hospital guards' guns on themselves

Bloody hell: It’s there that things take a violent turn, with the invisible assailant turning hospital guards’ guns on themselves



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