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Len Wiseman Wrapping Up Deal To Helm Universal Reboot Of ‘The Mummy’

From Deadline:

Universal Pictures is setting Len Wiseman to direct The Mummy, the reboot of a franchise whose most recent incarnation grossed $1.25 billion over three films. Jon Spaihts is writing the script and the studio is eyeing a potential summer 2014 release, so things are moving quickly, with Universal eager to ramp back up one of its most venerable franchises.

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StarWarsFan4177d ago

Cool. I like the franchise. I wouldn't mind seeing another with the same cast though.

OneAboveAll4177d ago

A re-boot? What was so wrong with the original that it needs a re-boot? Oh that's right NOTHING. Hollywood just being lazy and running out of ideas.

calis4176d ago

Mummy movies are as old as movies themselves.

darklordzor4177d ago

I really liked the first couple of Mummy Films. The third one wasn't that great, but I always kind of liked the franchise. Hopefully this one will turn out to be decent.

aDDicteD4176d ago

len wiseman is the director of underworld as i remember, a franchise that started out good and became a tired routine as time goes. i would expect the same if he will indeed reboot the mummy franchise. leave the old version alone or better yet try to make a remake instead of a reboot

DarkBlood4176d ago

isnt that the same thing though? i mean its still redoing everything or telling the story in a different way

aDDicteD4175d ago (Edited 4175d ago )

nope it's different. A reboot is when you're dealing with an ongoing series that doesn't want to acknowledge any of its previous incarnations. while a remake is taking basically the exact same story and doing it again with some few changes and added scenes.

DarkBlood4174d ago

ah ok i just thought of a certain game series while reading what you said and started making a bit of sense to my self, thanks for the definition then

DarkBlood4176d ago

personally it doesnt matter to me either way i like the old one and i like the idea of what the reboot will be

this isnt something i can just make a decision on so easly so needless to say i'll just throwa big piece of meat on the ground and let 2 lions fight over it to see who comes out on top

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