The primary movie that was because of kickstart Common’s monster cinematic universe (which was to incorporate Javier Bardem and Johnny Depp), was The Mummy (2017) starring Tom Cruise and directed by Alex Kurtzman.
Kurtzman is understood for engaged on the scripts of Transformers, the primary two Star Trek movies, and the Superb Spider-Man 2. He’s lately gone on file with The Playlist stating the film (which at present sits at 16 % on Rotten Tomatoes), is “in all probability the largest failure of my life, each personally and professionally.” Whereas he has numerous issues he regrets about making the movie, he does discover some constructive points to the expertise.
“As brutal because it was, in some ways, and as many cooks within the kitchen as there have been, I’m very grateful for the chance to make these errors as a result of it rebuilt me right into a more durable individual and it additionally rebuilt me right into a clearer filmmaker … And that has been an actual reward and I really feel these presents on a regular basis as a result of I’m very clear now when I’ve a sense that doesn’t really feel proper – I’m not quiet about it anymore. I’ll actually not proceed after I really feel that feeling. It’s not value it to me. And you’ll’t get to that place of gratitude till you’ve had that form of expertise.”