The Mummy will be the first salvo in Universal's monstrous cinematic universe.
Universal Pictures has an ambitious new plan to reboot the world of Dracula, Frankenstein, the Mummy and friends, and they've found the guys to lead the way.
Looks like that upcoming Mummy reboot has just unwrapped itself.
We heard a while back that Star Trek writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman were rebooting Van Helsing and The Mummy — but it sounds like they have a lot more than just a reboot in the works.
Classic movie posters don't come cheap. These days, a rare print can cost more than a car or even a house. Don't believe us? Take a look.
Universal Pictures has apparently developed a new strategy for getting the best possible Mummy reboot: two writers, two scripts, and may the best draft win.
Dust off your bandages and prepare to enter Universal's tomb for a reboot of Eqyptian proportions. Wiseman tosses vamps and werewolves for a crinkly dead pharaoh, resurrecting the "T" in terrifying horror flicks.
J.J. Abrams' old writing buddies have been busy lately, and now Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman have signed on to reboot two classic monster movie franchises—and they're apparently bringing Tom Cruise along for the ride.
Just when you thought that the modern version of The Mummy had run out of steam, guess what? It's being rebooted, of course. But that might not necessarily be a bad thing.
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