Director Bill Condon considering the Wonder Woman actress for delayed horror remake, if first choice Angelina Jolie pulls out.
Studio said to be eyeing the '21 Jump Street' star for the role of iconic monster hunter, previously played by Hugh Jackman.
UPDATE, WRITETHRU : There were multiple moving parts at this weekend's international box office, including the debut of two animated threequels ( Cars 3 & Despicable Me 3 ) and the return of The Mummy — leading in its sophomore offshore frame and nearing $300M global. Wonder Woman , meanwhile, is close to lassoing $300M overseas and has soared to $573.5M in worldwide grosses. Looking at the new pics first, Disney/Pixar's Cars 3 opened to $21.1M in 23 markets as part of a…
There were few signs that a major blockbuster was about to premiere when “The Mummy” rolled into Manhattan last week. The marquee of the AMC Loews Lincoln Square Theatres had gone blank. The carpet was totally covered with black plastic. Security only let guests past barricades after quizzing them about what they were there to... Read more »
“The Mummy” has been buried. This weekend, Universal’s latest opened at No. 2 domestically behind the second weekend of “Wonder Woman.” With Tom Cruise in the lead, the revival was poised to be a beat-the-heat, popcorn-flinging summer blockbuster, a nostalgia grab for millennial fans of the 1999 title, and the launchpad for the studio’s “Dark... Read more »
The Alex Kurtzman-directed reboot of Universal’s “The Mummy” starring Tom Cruise brings the cursed Egyptian monster into the modern era. In doing that, it seems to erase Universal’s last reboot of the franchise, 1999’s “The Mummy” that starred Rachel Weisz and Brendan Fraser. The Easter Egg pops up when Cruise’s character, Nick Morton, and Egyptologist Jenny Halsey (Annabelle Wallis) meet up with Dr. Jekyll (Russell Crowe).
An inauspicious start lies ahead for Universal's new franchise – with dreadful box office predictions and equally dreadful reviews coming in for 'The Mummy'.
Alex Kurtzman, the director of 'The Mummy' and creative lead on Universal's Dark Universe, spills the bean on Hollywood's newest shared universe.
The featurette provides a background to the special Prodigium headquarters, as seen in the film. The Mummy stars Tom Cruise, joined by a cast including Sofia Boutella (Kingsman: The Secret Service, Star Trek Beyond), Annabelle Wallis (upcoming King Arthur, TV’s Peaky Blinders), Jake Johnson (Jurassic World), Courtney B. Vance (TV’s American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson), Oscar® winner Russell Crowe (Gladiator) and will be directed by Alex Kurtzman. In cinemas 9 June.