To celebrate the Blu-ray and DVD release of The Invisible Man, starring Elisabeth Moss, we sat down with co-star Aldis Hodge to discuss the film’s success, its impact, and whether we may see a sequel…

Written and directed by Leigh Whannell, The Invisible Man was a huge success at the box office pre-coronavirus lockdown grossing almost $130million from a $7million budget and beautifully re-energised the story for a modern-day world.

Hodge plays James, a San Francisco police detective who allows childhood friend Cecilia (Moss) to star with him and his daughter Sydney (Storm Reid) and talks to us about their relationship, how he becomes a surrogate protector for Cee from her ex Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) and the power of the film as it deals with domestic abuse and feminism as well as paying homage to the original film.

Also, Hodge talks to us about his screen debut in 1995’s Die Hard with a Vengeance – which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year – and sharing the screen with Samuel L. Jackson.

You can watch the full interview below:

The Invisible Man is out now on Blu-ray and DVD.