Watch Tom Cruise plunge to his death in this electric and chilling new trailer for the upcoming film “The Mummy.” The Oscar nominee is known for his action-packed roles and performing his own stunts, and his new feature film looks bigger and bolder than ever. The trailer offers fans a first look of the rebooted franchise, which also serves as the beginning of Universal's upcoming shared monster universe. The Universal Monsters series is a shared universe of action and adventure/horror films that will include rebooted versions of films.

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The Movies are currently in various stages of development. It has been hinted that both "The Mummy" and "Van Helsing" reboots will have a shared universe. Universal announced that they had appointed Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan to develop all of these classic movie monsters, which include "Frankenstein's Monster," "Count Dracula," "The Wolf Man," "Gill-Man," "The Invisible Man," "Bride of Frankenstein," and the "Mummy."

What to expect

In this A-list trailer featuring Sofia Boutella as the captivating Princess Ahmanet, Russell Crowe as Dr.

Jekyll, and Annabelle Wallis as archeologist Jenny Halsey, viewers watch Tom Cruise in an intense and unnerving plane crash as he plummets to his death only to jolt back to life at a morgue. Next we see Cruise being warned by Crowe’s character that the ancient queen, “Will claim what she has been denied," as we see her in multiple scenes destroy a city. The film is a revival of the older “Mummy” franchises that starred Brendan Fraser.

How it's different from the past 'Mummy' franchise

The trailer makes an eerie and peculiar promise to its modern audience that it will be bigger than ever, with a new world of monsters.

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Russel Crowe recently stated that unlike the older “Mummy” franchise, which was mostly an action/adventure, this new “Mummy” movie is a horror film that is seriously meant to scare movie-goers.

You can experience this new twist on the “Mummy” when it unwraps and hits theaters on June 9, 2017.