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Is there anything extra during the end credits of The Invisible Man?

invisible-manNo, there are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Invisible Man.

Anything Extra Details

The credits run for approximately 9 minutes.

Read the RunPee movie review for The Invisible Man by Dan Gardner. Movie review grade: B+

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Rated (R) for some strong bloody violence, and language
Genres: Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi
USA release date: 2020-02-28
Movie length: 2 hours 4 minutes

There are NOT any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of The Invisible Man

We have 4 Peetimes for The Invisible Man. Learn more.

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There are a lot of long slow scenes in this movie, but sometimes when nothing is happening, something is happening, you know what I mean?

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Tawney Markham

May 15, 2020

Got this back when I was pregnant, but I’ll be keeping it forever, it’s just so handy. I don’t go to the movie theater that often (even back before quarantine when you actually could…) but I make sure the app and the movie list are all current and updated, cause it’s so handy! It’s great for running late cause you can read their summary, obviously awesome for bathroom or snack breaks mid movie, and I also love that it tells you if there’s anything after the credits which is very handy.

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I highly recommend the 3rd Peetime. It’s near the middle of the movie and there’s no action or suspense in that one.

The 1st Peetime is decent, but there’s building tension throughout and something important happens shortly after.

Both the 2nd and 4th Peetimes are for emergencies only. I’m watching you and I’ll know if you use either one of them.

Sorry, just trying to set the mood. 🙂

Running Late: what happens in the 1st 3 minutes

For the first minute and change we see only production credits. In the background is a house high up on a cliff, overlooking the ocean.

After that we cut to the house. Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) is awake in bed. She pulls back the covers and we see an arm around her belly. She gently pulls her husband’s arm away and gets out of bed.

She kneels by the bed and lifts up the mattress to pull out a bottle of medication. On the label it says: Diazepam — a sleeping medication. We discover that she crushed up the Diazepam and put it in her husband’s water to knock him out. She pours out the water so there won’t be any evidence.

Cecilia quietly goes to a huge walk-in closet. She opens a small hidden panel. Inside is a bag containing money, a passport, etc. She makes her way down to the garage. She’s about to leave when their dog (Zeus) whines behind her. Zeus has a locator collar on. She feels sorry for Zeus so she goes back and takes off the collar. In the process the car alarm goes off.

Cecilia runs across the yard and climbs over the wall and then heads for the woods in the distance.

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