The major aim of Universal Pictures for world sovereignty or joined totality of very rewarding event movies, has been set in reality.
Their previous fiction movies such as the "Dracula Untold, "Invisible Man," and "Van Helsing" were well introduced in theater. In today's generation, Universal set again another movie, which certainly tickles movie goers. And now, the new film of "The Mummy" is in line to be released.
The most awaited film will be showing on June 9 of the upcoming year. However, mumbles are to be created in advance and repeatedly to welcome and thrilled more audiences.
Universal remained in the traditional creation of "The Mummy" but a combination of the two former movies' franchise. Majority of the style was from the 1932 Karl Freund film, and a little part from the Brendan Fraser's franchise. The Tom Cruise's generation franchise is definitely remarkable for it introduces a trait that is still suited in the present world.
The lead actor, Tom Cruise and Universal presented a portentous first glance of the approaching fantasy-thriller "The Mummy" in a 15-second teaser. As revealed in the Variety last Thursday, the star affirms "I saw her. She is real."
The film's quick glance displayed the mummy (Sofia Boutella) being ejected from a tomb below the ground in some part of the desert. Cruise fled away as the creature happens to dominate the world over the declaration, "Welcome to a world of gods and monsters."
According to the story line from the IMDb, an ancient princess was securely laid to rest in a burial chamber, deep down, a horrible desert. Her fate was wrongfully captured from her woke up in the present day. With her, is a malevolence grown over millennia, and fears that dares human perception.
The movie also stars Russell Crowe (as Dr.Jekyll), Courtney B. Vance, Annabelle Wallis and Jake Johnson in the direction of Alex Kurtzman.