Within the upcoming The Invisible Man, Elisabeth Moss is tormented each bodily and emotionally by an unseen force seemingly from beyond the grave, whereas The Handmaid’s Story followers have seen the actress undergo all method of abuse for 3 seasons on the Hulu sequence. The present was renewed for a fourth season and, whereas the dystopian world has created a nightmarish society by which all method of tales might exist, Moss lately shared that the sequence will solely exist lengthy sufficient to discover her character’s journey and that after that journey has ended, the sequence will not proceed to discover the world of Gilead.
“It is lower than me, however I believe that all of us agree that that is the story of 1 girl and it is not the story of Gilead,” Moss shared with ComicBook.com of the sequence’ trajectory. “We’re monitoring her story and we’re caring for her story and it is going to be up in some unspecified time in the future. I believe that we preserve that as our guideline. Once we really feel like that story has been instructed, then it is going to be over.”
The sequence is impressed by the Margaret Atwood novel of the identical identify, with that ebook depicting not solely occasions that correlate with what Moss’ character endures, but in addition options an epilogue set 200 years sooner or later with a bunch of teachers wanting again at what had occurred to society. On this regard, the occasions of the Hulu sequence might theoretically discover two centuries’ price of historical past, even when Moss’ Offred wasn’t concerned. As a substitute, it sounds as if that historical past could be explored in one other sequence.
Final fall noticed the debut of Atwood’s sequel novel, The Testaments, which happened 15 years after the occasions of the unique novel, although lengthy earlier than its predecessor’s epilogue. Forward of that ebook’s launch, Hulu and MGM introduced that they’d be developing a new series inspired by that book, with showrunner Bruce Miller on the helm.
Moss beforehand revealed how her experiences on Handmaid’s Story helped inform her character in The Invisible Man.
“I’ve had fairly a little bit of expertise taking part in characters who’re coping with numerous forms of abuse,” Moss shared with Empire. “Whether or not it’s emotional, bodily, sexual, it’s one thing that I’ve dived into fairly a bit. So I used to be in a position to convey that data to the function.”
The Invisible Man lands in theaters on February 28th. Keep tuned for particulars on Season 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale.
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