60 Seconds with Elisabeth Moss

Talking horror movies, favorite smells, and morning rituals.

By: Noah Lehava
Director: Bia Jurema
Cinematographer: Rachel Bickert

We’re used to seeing Elisabeth Moss as June Osborne in the dishearteningly relevant dystopian future of The Handmaid’s Tale. If that wasn’t enough to keep you up at night, Moss gives what may be her most haunting performance ever in Universal Pictures’ newest horror, Invisible Man, which inches just as close to reality. Her performances are so hair-raising, it’s easy to forget just how charming and magnetizing she is off screen. While she’s technically on your screen here, press play to see what we mean.

 

Photo: Eric Ray Davidson/Universal Pictures

 

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