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There’s a new Mummy in town, and there’s a lot riding on her bandaged shoulders.
The latest iteration of the classic Universal movie monster isn’t merely a modern rethinking of the 1932 Boris Karloff chiller, nor, thankfully, is it an attempt to reboot the CG Mummy action trilogy that mercifully gasped its last a decade ago.
“The Mummy” 2017 hopes to do for Universal what comic book properties have done for Disney and Warner Bros., start an interconnected “Dark Universe” of monster films that will include Frankenstein, Wolf Man, the Invisible Man, the Creature from the Black Lagoon and, probably, Dracula (there’s a second attempt at “Van Helsing” on the proposed slate).
Responsibility for the overall shape of this endeavor rests with Chris Morgan, the writer-producer who serves similar duties for Universal’s lucrative Fast and Furious franchise, and Alex Kurtzman, who also directed “The Mummy.”Despite projections of a middling domestic opening on the horizon, The Mummy looks to have legs overseas. For years now, Universal has been trying desperately to get a shared universe off the ground, involving their stable of classic monsters. So far, the process hasn’t panned out, but that hasn’t prevented the studio from going all in on the latest iteration of the project. The new franchise will be spearheaded by this weekend’s The Mummy, before a new batch of movies are spun out to form what’s officially called the Dark Universe. Of course, if The Mummy is a flop, then future Dark Universe movies could be put on indefinite hold.
At home in the U.S., the situation isn’t looking so hot for The Mummy. Given its status as a big-budget summer film (starring an A-lister) that’s designed to kick off a franchise, recent projections that The Mummy will open with $35 million domestically (which is down from the projected $40M opening from last month) aren’t so encouraging. With the Wonder Woman movie entering its second weekend and continuing to play very well with both critic and general audiences, The Mummy has little-to-no hope of winning the box office derby this weekend. Of course, international audiences might be more receptive.
In the U.S., Cruise’s star-power has waned over the years. While his films still post solid numbers domestically (especially, the Mission: Impossible movies), he’s found much more success in other countries. South Korea and China, in particular, are lucrative markets that should help The Mummy in its efforts to make enough money to justify additional Dark Universe movies, which is good news for fans of Cruise and Universal’s monsters alike. Depending on what happens once the review embargo for The Mummy drops this week, the outlook for the film may or may not improve over the last few days before its domestic bow.
Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman headed into its box office opening weekend with a myriad of contrasting projections, with some predicting a debut between $65 million and $85 million, while others projected as high as a $105 million debut. As it turns out, the latter projection was more accurate, with the actual numbers coming in even higher than the estimates, with Wonder Woman earning $103.2 million in its debut. This weekend, the superhero adventure goes up against three wildly different films, Universal’s The Mummy reboot, A24’s thriller It Comes At Night and Bleecker Street’s true story adaptation Megan Leavey. While it may be a closer race than some may expect, Wonder Woman should repeat atop the box office for its second straight weekend with $56.7 million.
Box Office Mojo reports that The Mummy reboot is slated to open in 4,000 theaters, and while both It Comes at Night and Megan Leavey are expected to debut in wide release, no theater count projections were given yet. Both It Comes at Night (86% on Rotten Tomatoes) and Megan Leavey (89% on RT) are critical hits as of now, but The Mummy doesn’t have enough reviews in place quite yet for a Tomato-meter score. We’re predicting that The Mummy will ultimately give Wonder Woman a run for its money, but will come up short with an opening weekend of $45.2 million.