Filmmaker Alex Kurtzman sounds uncertain about his future with Universal Pictures’ Dark Universe following the disappointing returns of The Mummy. Billed as one of the architects of Universal’s new monster movie series with filmmaker Chris Morgan, Kurtzman was undoubtedly the biggest creative force behind the reboot of the Boris Karloff classic, serving as the film’s director and one of its co-writers.
The prospects for The Mummy certainly seemed promising out of the gate, considering the hiring of box office draw Tom Cruise in the lead, as well as Oscar-winner Russell Crowe as Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde, a character who was later revealed to be a connecting point for all future Dark Universe films.
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