Tom Cruise Saw The Mummy In Teaser Trailer

Posted: Dec 5 2016, 7:53am CST | by , in Latest Movie News


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Tom Cruise Saw The Mummy in Teaser Trailer
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  • The Mummy Teaser Trailer Introduces New Villain and Chaos

The teaser trailer for the reboot of The Mummy introduces us to Tom Cruise’s version of modern day Mummy invasion

The Mummy and it’s two subsequent movies starring Brendon Fraser in the main role was somewhat a success in the early 2000s. With the third film releasing in 2008 and tackling the Chinese legends of mummification, we thought that the Mummy issue had been put to rest.

However, the news soon broke out that like so many former successes, The Mummy was also getting a reboot. This time the movie will be set in the present day instead of the original’s depiction taking place in the 1930s and this time, it is Tom Cruise who will be in the middle of all the trouble. The movie is said to be unrelated to the prior trilogy.

The teaser trailer for The Mummy was released and it gave the audience the first look at what to expect from this installment. The teaser trailer presented by Universal studios, we see a plane in air and inside it, we see some men in uniforms sitting still, some are even snoozing. Tom Cruise’s Nick Morton however looks uncomfortable and Annabelle Wallis’s Jenny Halsey notices his unease.

We see an ancient coffin being pulled up by the ropes from a cave with a figure of a face, supposedly screaming with it’s mouth wide open carved in the cave wall. We find out that the coffin, which has a similar face from the cave carved atop, was loaded in the plane Nick is on. They suddenly hear loud rapping noises which causes them all to look around in panic.

Nick and Jenny make their way to the cockpit where the piloting team is trying to keep control of the situation and as they look ahead, thousands of crows swarm at them and break through the glass window to attack everyone inside.

The scene is followed by a slow-motion sequence of everyone on the plane experiencing weightlessness as Nick manages to put a parachute around Jenny and the plane starts to disintegrates. Many soldiers are thwarted out in air at high pressure, Jenny is sent off by Nick as he deploys her parachute and goes down with the plane himself.

We then see bodies in plastic bags in a morgue room and Nick gets out of one in panic. We see the plane crash site and amidst it is the coffin, undamaged. We hear a voice over from Russell Crowe’s Dr. Jekyll who welcomes them into the new world of gods and monsters. We see a woman’s eyes up close and both of her golden irises divided into two.

We see a figure of a woman walking ahead and Nick says he saw her. He grabs a wooden bat like weapon in defense. He tells Jenny that the monster is real. Nick is seen swimming underwater where more ancient coffins are present and opening as Nick looks back in alarm. In the next sequence, we see a bus coming their way in high speed on the side.

Nick pushes Jenny out of the way in time and tumbles across the seats inside the bus. The next scenes look like a war scene of some kind before Dr. Jekyll says to Nick, please meet Princess Ahmanet. Enter Sofia Boutella’s shrieking version of the Mummy which looks truly scary as she rages on in the streets of London, bringing destruction.

Dr. Jekyll says that she will claim what she has been denied as London city is engulfed by a storm. We see Nick and Jenny running fast from the onslaught which Ahmanet is compelling to follow them.

The reboot looks different from the originals and we will have to see how modern cinema makes the reboot mote special. The movie is set to release in Summer next year.

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