Universal is working on reboots of all their classic monster properties, working with producers Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan to build a Universal Monsters Cinematic Universe, a series of films that will see characters like The Mummy, Mr. Show More Summary
Set for release on June 9th, Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy will officially launch Universal’s new shared monsters universe, and reboots of other iconic properties such as Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, The Invisible Man and Bride of Frankenstein are also headed our way as part of the Kurtzman and Chris Morgan-conceived universe. We’re also getting a new […]
Santiago Cabrera (Heroes) is set to star opposite Charlie Rowe and Jennifer Finnigan in CBS summer drama series Salvation, from Alex Kurtzman's Secret Hideout and CBS Television Studios. In addition, Oscar-nominated Juan Carlos Fresnadillo...Show More Summary
Murder In The First alum Ian Anthony Dale has signed on to CBS' summer suspense drama series Salvation, from Alex Kurtzman's Secret Hideout and CBS Television Studios. Salvation follows whip-smart MIT grad student Liam (Charlie Rowe)...Show More Summary
The drama counts Peter Lenkov and Alex Kurtzman among its exec producers. read more
Jennifer Finnigan is set as the female lead in Salvation, CBS‘ upcoming 13-episode straight-to-series summer suspense thriller drama from Alex Kurtzman's Secret Hideout and CBS Television Studios. Written by Necessary Roughness creators/executive...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: ICM Partners signs Roberto Orci, the writer and producer whose blockbuster credits range from two Transformers and Star Trek films and Mission:Impossible III. Orci, long time partner of Alex Kurtzman, also is an Emmy-winning TV writer/producer, who co-created Fox’s Fringe and Sleepy Hollow. Show More Summary
Red Band Society alum Charlie Rowe and Jacqueline Byers (Roadies) are set as series regulars in CBS’s summer suspense drama series Salvation, from Alex Kurtzman's Secret Hideout and CBS Television Studios. Salvation centers on MIT grad...Show More Summary
Jenny Lumet ('Rachel Getting Married') wrote the project, which Alex Kurtzman ('Star Trek: Discovery') is set to exec produce. read more
CBS has given a pilot order to a character-based procedural from writer Jenny Lumet (Rachel Getting Married) and producers Katie Couric, David Marshall Grant (Brothers & Sisters), Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin. CBS TV Studios, where...Show More Summary
In this new image from Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy reboot, Tom Cruise is Nick Morton, an amoral tough guy who runs afoul of a resurrected ancient Egyptian, while Russell Crowe is the elusive Dr. Henry Jekyll. “It’s our ability to sympathize with [these] monsters that has made them endure,” Kurtzman told EW. “There’s an origin […]
Get a new look at Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe in The Mummy reboot, with director Alex Kurtzman offering details on Mr. Hyde.
There are two interesting changes apparent in Alex Kurtzman's version of the classic Universal monster. The Mummy is a woman, and the character has a much darker-looking design than what we're used to. The reason for a lot of that, apparently, is because of what Apocalypse looked like in X-Men. Days of Future Past. More »
Director Alex Kurtzman had to go back to the drawing board after seeing the 2014 X-Men movie. The post X-Men: Days of Future Past Had A Major Impact On The Mummy appeared first on CBR.com.
There are two interesting changes apparent in Alex Kurtzman’s version of the classic Universal monster: the Mummy is a woman, and the character has a much darker-looking design than what we’re used to. The reason for a lot of that, apparently, is because of what Apocalypse looked like in X-Men: Days of Future Past. Read more...
Director Alex Kurtzman's The Mummy is definitely taking the classic Universal Monster franchise in directions it's never gone, but one of those changes was directly inspired by X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Director Alex Kurtzman reveals how the most recent X-Men movie changed the monster in his The Mummy reboot.
Yesterday, the first trailer for Universal's new reboot of THE MUMMY was released, and along with that trailer comes a featurette that offers a behind the scenes look at the making of the film. Director Alex Kurtzman and stars Tom...Show More Summary
Tom Cruise is clearly seriously dedicated his craft. Not only did he shoot scenes for his upcoming film "The Mummy" on a low-gravity airplane known as a "vomit comet," it was his idea in the first place. Director Alex Kurtzman opened...Show More Summary
Imhotep be damned! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... I really do hope that Alex Kurtzman makes this version of THE MUMMY actually scary. I do. He says that is what he wants to do, but at least as far as the initial trailer and even this behind the scenes featurette for the Summer Spectacle shows us... Show More Summary