Universal Pictures has unveiled a brand new trailer for “#The Mummy.” Directed by Alex Kurtzman (Welcome to People), "The Mummy" puts a modern twist on the classic monster film as Nick Morton (#Tom Cruise) comes face to face with an ancient evil (Sofia Boutella).

The latest teaser trailer offers an insight of the movie, revealing that a “#Dark Universe” is about to be unleashed. What’s most exciting about the trailer is that Tom looks stunning and impressive. He is ready to fight against the evil, using his plethora of weapons.

Tom Cruise to unleash a Monster Universe

From the 22-second clip, it is evident that Cruise is about to unleash a “monster world.” Once he succeeds, the door to a dark world will automatically open, where he has to fight against several vast and small-sized monsters.

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There are some nice bits of comedy and action to be found in this clip. Indeed, it’s encouraging that the final screenwriting credit goes to Christopher McQuarrie, Dylan Kussman, Jon Spaihts, David Koepp, and Jenny Lumet.

Tom headlines an all-new cinematic version of the legend that fascinated the world since the dawn of civilization: “The Mummy.” Born in July 1962, Tom is a famous American actor and film producer. He is nominated for dozens of awards, including three Academy Awards, and won four Golden Globes.

He is best known for his works in “Endless Love,” “Taps,” “The Outsiders,” “Risky Business,” “Top Gun,” “The Color of Money,” “Rain Man,” “Born on the Fourth of July,” and “Cocktail.” In 2002, he received the Saturn Award for Best Actor for his outstanding performance in “Vanilla Sky.” The next year, Cruise won an AFI Movie of the Year Award for his work in “The Last Samurai.”

‘The Mummy’ – 2017 movie

“The Mummy” is an upcoming horror movie directed by Alex Kurtzman, a sequel to a blockbuster film of the same name and the first installment in the Universal Monsters shared a universe.

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In addition to Tom and Sofia, the film features Jake Johnson, Annabelle Wallis, Russell Crowe, Courtney B. Vance, Alaa Salf, Dylan Smith, Selvia Raselingam, Javier Botet, Rez Kempton, Marwan Kenzari, and Chasty Ballesteros.

“The Mummy” is scheduled to be released on June 9, 2017. The project was first announced in 2012 and went through multiple directors before Universal Studios could begin production. The film is entirely shot in Oxford, United Kingdom, and Namibia. It is projected to gross more than $52 million in the opening weekend, and at least $800 million at the global box office.