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Wherever you go, I'll be standing right behind you.
~ Adrian vowing to stay by Cecilia forever.
I know that you feel like you're going insane sometimes but I'm the only one who can help you. Remember? Because I know you better than anyone else in the world. I mean, that shouldn't come as a surprise.
~ Adrian to Cecilia.

Adrian Griffin, better known as The Invisible Man, is the titular main antagonist of the 2020 science fiction horror film The Invisible Man, loosely based on the novel written by the late H. G. Wells. He is one of the many incarnations of the eponymous Griffin, and one of the vilest.

He was portrayed by Oliver Jackson-Cohen.

Biography

Background

Adrian is a wealthy optics engineer, and the abusive boyfriend of Cecilia Kass. Much of his past is unknown and it is speculated that he might’ve had issues with his brother Tom Griffin because of the fact that they talk poorly of each other behind their backs. Adrian met Cecilia at a party and they began a relationship together. Cecilia moves in to his house so that they could live together and in only time she started discovering his true colors. Cecilia became trapped in a violent, emotionally and physically abusive relationship with Adrian, who once told her that he would always be with her no matter where she went. Adrian also wanted to have a child with Cecilia, but she took birth control pills as having a child would keep her in Adrian's grasp.

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One night, Cecilia escapes from him with the help of her sister Emily and their friend James, who is a police officer. Before they manage to escape, Adrian angrily attacks a window of the car in his attempt to get Cassie back. Two weeks later, Adrian apparently commits suicide, and leaves Cecilia $5 million in his will.

It is revealed that Adrian is actually cheating death and has secretly created a uniform comprised of several small cameras that render him invisible. With the suit, he psychologically tortures Cecilia to the point of madness make her seem insane. He steals her work, causing an important job interview to end badly, and also drugs her into collapsing. Adrian then pretends to be her and sends an insulting email to Emily, causing a schism between them. When Sydney, James' daughter, tries to comfort the depressed Cecilia, Adrian slaps her, thus leading Sydney and James to believe that Cecilia did it thus pushing all of the people close to her away.

She returns to Adrian's home to investigate and discovers one of the invisibility suits. She invites her sister to dinner to discuss the discovery only for Adrian to slit Emily's throat before placing the knife in Cecilia's hand. She is implicated in the murder and is remanded to a mental institution, where she learns that she is pregnant. Adrian's brother Tom pays her a visit and tells her that he is alive, and that he will make the murder charges go away if she comes back to him. He also reveals that Adrian tampered with her birth control so she would get pregnant.

That night, Cecilia stages a suicide attempt by slitting her wrist with a pen, knowing Adrian will stop her. Once he grabs her hand, she stabs him with the pen, damaging his suit and causing it to glitch. Security guards arrive, but he incapacitates them before fleeing the hospital, with Cecilia in pursuit. Cecilia is able to escape the hospital, but not before Adrian tells her he plans to murder Sydney, spurring her to warn James. She goes over to James' house, where an invisible figure she believes to be Adrian is attacking Sydney, forcing Cecilia to shoot him dead.

When she removes the suit, however, she discovers that the figure is Tom, not Adrian. Police storm Adrian's house and find him alive, tied up and claiming that Tom held him prisoner. They conclude that Tom killed Emily, as well, but Cecilia realizes that Adrian set his brother up as the fall guy for his crimes. Cecilia returns to Adrian's house, where he has prepared a romantic dinner for two. To get Adrian's confession, she meets him at his house secretly wearing a wire tap while James listens in from a few blocks away. She agrees to mend their relationship, but only if he confesses to killing Emily.

Adrian insists that Tom was responsible, but claims that the experience changed his outlook on life and that he realizes that he mistreated her. When she starts crying, Adrian intentionally implies that he is the killer. Satisfied, Cecilia departs to use the restroom. Moments later, the security camera captures Adrian seemingly slitting his own throat. Cecilia returns and, apparently distraught, calls the police. Off the camera's sight, however, she taunts a dying Adrian, revealing that she had used the spare bodysuit to kill him. James later on states that Adrian committed suicide to get rid of him after what he did to him and his family.

Personality

We've seen the villain so many times, so I think as an actor, you always want to try and think of the most interesting way. To me, it was a sort of a no-brainer when I read [the script] that I wanted to — these people who are narcissists and are so controlling in relationships, they are incredibly intelligent — make Adrian so good at performing, and pretending to be so charismatic and to fool people into a false sense of security. That’s the direction we've gone with him, which I personally think is the right way to do it. It's been really good fun because we kind of want to mess with an audience as well, and mess with them going, "Wait, but he's not... he didn't seem to be a bad guy. He seemed nice." But then he does these horrific things.
~ Oliver Jackson-Cohen about Griffin.

Adrian is a classic example of a narcissistic sociopath and textbook abuser: he is completely self-centered, incapable of caring about the needs and well-being of others, and has no conscience or empathy.

He is also an obsessive person as he has developed an acute obsession over Cecilia throughout the course of their relationship and he sees her as his possession, and her leaving him wounds his fragile ego to the point that he resolves to destroy her if he cannot have her. He is also skilled at manipulating and controlling those weaker than him; even his brother Tom, who claims to despise him, is completely under his sway.

Adrian inflicts psychological and physical pain upon Cecilia, gaslighting and isolating her as well as hitting her. He turns Cecilia's friends and family against her, and even frames her for murder, all so she will have nothing and no one unless she submits to him. Even his desire to have a child is born from a desire to control her, as he believes that having his baby will bind her to him forever.

He is also quite sadistic, as he killed one guard after mockingly saying the word “bang” when holding him at gunpoint after disarming him.

Powers and Abilities

Powers

  • Invisibility Suit: Instead of a chemical formula, this iteration of Invisible Man invented a combat suit that can turn its wearer invisible through his work in optics.
    • Invisibility: Befitting to its namesake, the suit's main quirk is rendering the wearer imperceptible to the naked eye via tiny cameras that bend light waves while still allowing the user to see through the mask. Slight damage on the suit, however, can potentially causing this system to glitch, thus giving away the wearer's location.
    • Superhuman Strength & Mobility: To get around the fact that the suit lacked armor plating and therefore provided poor defense against attacks, Adrian also designed the suit to increase the strength and speed of its wearer beyond that of an average human, making the wearer a one-man-army. It must be noted however, that the full extent of its strength and mobility enhancements is relative to the wearer's own (it only improved Adrian's peak human strength and speed) and the user still have to rely on its invisibility system to maintain advantage over the enemies.
  • Peak Human Conditioning: Adrian has honed his bodily functions to the pinnacle of human conditioning, effectively making him stronger, faster, tougher and better tuned to various types of physical sports than average people. In fact, he was strong enough to easily punch through a car window in the attempt to stop Cecilia's escape and apparently trained his body so he could both wear his invisibility suit for the extended amount of time before periodically took it off (the suit apparently lacked any form of liquid cooling system and that he still susceptible to heat stroke due to it covered his whole body completely) and harness its speed and strength enhancing systems at their fullest.

Abilities

  • Genius-Level Intellect: Adrian was an incredibly intelligent scientist and capable inventor. A pioneer in the field of optics, he used his wealth and power to build a beachfront mansion which housed his private laboratory, which he used to create his crowning achievement - his Invisibility Suit.
  • Skilled Combatant: Adrian is also a very formidable adversary when it comes to combat because it is not out of the realm of use when his invisibility suit is malfunctioning. This is evident by his massacre at the asylum hallway in which he easily defeated armed guards and even disarmed them at the same time through combination of combat experience and advantages provided by his suit.

Weakness

  • Limited Strength and Durability: While his strength and durability are still greater than a normal person, he isn't invulnerable, and can still be killed by guns and knives.
  • Substances that adhere to his skin: Although he can render himself invisible, substances that are able to adhere to his skin, such as blood or paint, are not also made invisible.

Quotes

You think you're learning how to beat me, so I'm going to truly teach you something. If you fight me, I won't ever hurt you. I'll find someone you love and hurt them instead. Now you've only got yourself to blame for that innocent young girl's death.
~ Adrian to Cecilia.
Bang!
~ Adrian before killing a police officer.
Cecilia, I loved my brother. And I thought he loved me too. I know it didn't seem like it to the outside world, but Tom controlled me.
~ Adrian to Cecilia.

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Trivia

  • Unlike the previous Invisible Men, Adrian used a suit that he would wear to make himself invisible instead of injecting himself with a special compound to achieve such feat.
    • The change was well-received by astute watchers for not only breaking with the tradition of similar movies where people were made invisible because their entire body was rendered transparent, but also fixing a plot hole inherent to those earlier movies (becoming invisible through such method would render the user blind due to their retinas not catching the light while in that state). Using a suit that projects the image of the surroundings to achieve invisibility on the other hand, would cleverly circumvent this problem, provided that the suit has a means to send images from outside to the wearer's eyes.
    • Another plot hole concerning Invisible Men which rectified by Oliver Jackson-Cohen' iteration of the character being the concern regarding exposure to element (ex. cold air during night time) and susceptibility to injury, both of which alleviated by the suit to a degree.
      • To the surprise of Leigh Whannell, the film's director, the finalized idea of invisibility suit's design for Adrian Griffin in form of a full-body suit with special cameras all over its surface inadvertently made the film a nightmare for trypophobics - people who have a fear of closely-packed holes - and therefore made the already dangerous titular character far more terrifying for them through reviews, something which he admitted didn't intend to.
  • According to an interview with the director, Leigh Whannell, Tom only wore the invisibility suit once when he was attacking Sydney and got killed — meaning all other attacks done on Cecilia were by Adrian himself.
  • It's been theorized that the shock collar Cecilia takes off her doberman, which was obviously put on by Adrian, was his means of tracking her to James' house given she put it in her bag when she escaped. This may be evident by the fact that the mailbox regarding his "death" was in there before Emily arrived to break the news to Cecilia.
  • It is unknown as to what happened to the invisibility suit used by Tommy after his death, but it is possible that the government seized the suit for themselves to develop it for black ops operation.

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The Invisible Man: Griffin

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The Invisible Man (1933): Jack Griffin
Hollow Man: Sebastian Caine
Hollow Man 2: Michael Griffin
The Invisible Man (2020): Adrian Griffin | Tom Griffin

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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Hawley Griffin | Edward Hyde | Molluscs

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