The Mummy 2017

Mummy is my most anticipated movie of the summer. Love the idea of a giant classic monster cross over universe.

  • The Mummy
  • Studio: Universal
  • Genre: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction
  • In Theaters: Jun 9, 2017

The special forces unit spends in the desert operation to neutralize a group of terrorists. Descending into the bunker, they find the enemy, but find an ancient sarcophagus, which decide return to base for further study. However, during the flight there is a series of strange events, which a military plane crashed. All who were on Board were killed, and only nick Morton miraculously managed to survive. Later he learns that the military has discovered an ancient tomb of the daughter of the Egyptian Pharaoh — Amanet. Thousands of years later she returned to our world and is now going to take back what is rightfully hers...

Coming to theaters on June 9, 2017, The Mummy is directed by Alex Kurtzman, who also produces alongside Chris Morgan (Fast & Furious series, Wanted) and Sean Daniel (The Mummy trilogy, The Best Man series).

Jon Spaihts and Christopher McQuarrie wrote the screenplay, and Bobby Cohen executive produces. It’s being planned as the first film in the Universal Monster cinematic universe with plans for The Wolfman, The Invisible Man, Bride of Frankenstein, and Van Helsing all in various stages of development.

Posters and photos

Online Trailer

2 thoughts on “The Mummy 2017

  • 04/01/2017 at

    The only reason I’d even see this movie is because Tom is in it. It’s so different s genre from the Indiana Jones take on the first three movies, well I’m only counting the first two mummy movies with Brendan Fraser which were the good ones. However this is a completely different genre with it’s more serious and more horror like tone, so it could be good. I mean I love that genre when done right, but it has to be John Carpenter good for me too like it. I’m hoping it’s good

  • 04/01/2017 at

    This film looks too intense for young kids to handle, but older tweens and teens will likely want to see it, especially since it marks the beginning of the new “Universal Monsters” franchise.


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