Director Alex Kurtzman's THE MUMMY, the first entry in the Dark Universe that Universal is planning to build around their classic monster characters, has made over $400 million at the global box office - an impressive haul that would...Show More Summary
Captain Marvel gets a new script writer. Ben Affleck teases a more heroic Batman for Justice League. Arrow casts another new villain. Alex Kurtzman is already hinting at Star Trek. Discovery's second season. Plus, a new look at Gotham's latest love interest for Jim Gordon, and a tiny new Defenders clip. Behold, spoilers! More »
By Karen Gomez 'The Mummy’ director Alex Kurtzman, who has also been a producer of the whole franchise, might be exiting. The article The Future of the Dark Universe is Unclear, But It Always Has Been appeared first on Film School Rejects.
CBS has a drama project in the works set in a U.S. nuclear submarine, from Alex Kurtzman’s Secret Hideout banner, Variety reports. “The series revolves around the crew of an American nuclear submarine that is rocked by a death on...
Earlier this year, the Tom Cruise-starring Mummy remake hit theaters. Admittedly, it was a film that not a lot of people were asking for, as we’d gotten our fix years prior with the Brendan Fraser remake. However, if there was one thing this film had that any previous incarnation didn’t, it was the prospect of a shared universe. Show More Summary
Writer-director Alex Kurtzman is one of the two writers/producers overseeing Universal’s new Dark Universe and he kicked off the new world by directing The Mummy…which was panned by critics and underperformed in the states, but did very well overseas. Show More Summary
Will The Mummy director Alex Kurtzman return to The Dark Universe? Here's what he had to say about the possibility.
Refresh for updates Off the bat at today’s TCA session, Star Trek Discovery EP Alex Kurtzman answered questions before they were ask, specifically why the show’s airdate was delayed from January to Sept. 24. “Bryan (Fuller) and I were...Show More Summary
It looks like Star Trek‘s favorite trilling pests will be seen in Star Trek: Discovery. Discovery‘s Co-creator/Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman spoke briefly...
Alex Kurtzman also talks about how the show will be structured with serialized character-driven stories.
Universal’s Dark Universe is off to an inauspicious start. This summer’s The Mummy, directed by Alex Kurtzman and headlined by Tom Cruise, has made nearly $390 million worldwide, but only $79 million in the United States. That’s a bit of a disappointment, considering it features one of the world’s biggest remaining movie stars. Show More Summary
Star Trek: Discovery executive producer Alex Kurtzman has said there are people in the writers' room who are dedicated solely to keeping the upcoming show from breaking canon. The post Star Trek: Discovery EP on Writers’ Room Fact-Checkers appeared first on CBR.
"Salvation" is a new sci-fi thriller series produced by Alex Kurtzman ("Fringe") that focuses on a secret government task force tasked with saving humanity after the discovery of... For more, visit our blog !
Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer Alex Kurtzman had words of encouragement for fans a bit nervous about the new Star Trek series....
'Star Trek fans would kill you. No, you have to respect canon,' Kurtzman said.
It’s an age-old argument that directors fall back on: This movie is for the fans, not the critics. Well, hate to break it to you, but critics are fans of movies too. And in the case of director Alex Kurtzman using this justificationShow More Summary
In an interview with Business Insider, The Mummy director Alex Kurtzman was asked about the critical reception of the film, which went as far as to call it ” the worst Tom Cruise movie ever.” “Obviously, that’s disappointing to hear,” he explained. “The only gauge that I really use to judge it is having […]
Ever since producer Alex Kurtzman mentioned he'd been fielding celebrity requests for cameos, we've been placing our bets on who they might be.
The Star Trek: Discovery executive producer talks about how people expect more when they are paying for a subscription service.
Director Alex Kurtzman reveals that there is a very good reason why his Mummy reboot didn't feature Brendan Fraser as Rick O'Connell.