Brendan Fraser has ideas about why Tom Cruise’s ‘Mummy’ reboot flopped
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Brendan Fraser wasn’t part of the 2017 reboot of “The Mummy,” however he has a concept about why the Tom Cruise led movie wasn’t a blockbuster.
“It is difficult to make that film,” Fraser told Variety. “The ingredient that we had going for our Mummy, which I didn’t see in that movie, was enjoyable. That was what was missing in that incarnation. It was an excessive amount of of a straight-ahead horror film. ‘The Mummy’ needs to be a thrill journey, however not terrifying and scary.”
Fraser starred within the 1999 movie, which kicked of the franchise and two sequels.
These days he’s profitable rave critiques and sparking Oscars chatter for his efficiency as a particularly overweight man searching for to reconnect together with his estranged daughter within the forthcoming movie, “The Whale.”
But Fraser mentioned he wouldn’t be towards returning for one more “Mummy” movie.
“I don’t know the way it might work,” he mentioned. “But I’d be open to it if somebody got here up with the correct conceit.