Bride of Frankenstein was to be a part of the Universal Monsters Dark Universe, the failed attempt at trying to create an MCU style connected universe with their famous monsters Writer David Koepp has been tasked with bringing the Bride back to screens, and it turns out he was still working on it through the[...]
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After the disaster that was the launch of the Dark Universe, Universal rightly took a step back and is now focusing on individual stories for the classic monsters instead of a connected universe Bringing in James Wan, responsible for The Conjuring Universe, is a no-brainer Say what you will about The Invisible Man, but Blumhouse[...]
They of course made a big splash with the announcement of the Dark Universe a few years back, only to watch multiple projects fail to get off the ground when The Mummy bombed at the box office with Tom Cruise starring Elizabeth Banks is an inspired choice to star in this It is outside her[...]
Joke is on them though, as he works with Dracula as his assistant.While nobody knows much about the script, it should be set modern day, as Universal is still trying to pick up the pieces after the disastrous Dark Universe attempt to create a shared monster universe a couple years ago Robert Kirkman joins Universal[...]
This was a surprise because, as far as everyone knew, the Dark Universe was dead The Mummy didn't do well at the box office and everything seemed like it was dead and gone by the middle of last year It was reported by Variety that Elizabeth Moss was in talks to join the cast of[...]
The last we heard about the Dark Universe, the Bride of Frankenstein was put on hold and Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan were exiting the franchise That was at the end of last year, and everyone has been assuming that the Dark Universe is done After The Mummy critically bombed and only did okay at[...]
Producers Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan have fled Universal's Dark Universe franchise, so quickly that there are still Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan shaped puffs of smoke in the spot they were standing in, following the disappointing performance of the Kurtzman-directed The Mummy The news comes via a report from THR, which notes that the future[...]
Nick is an anti-hero as most of this Dark Universe will be filled with. Where did the film go wrong? I think John Spaihts script is fine This is the same guy who wrote Doctor Strange, Passengers and Prometheus Alex Kurtzman's directed is okay He made some choices that could've been better, but it was only[...]
Wonder Woman, Doctor Fate, and Kendra go to the Rock of Eternity. However, Superman, with the aid of Steel and the Flash, uses the Anti-Monitor's Tower to go into the Dark Universe to search for our universe's Batman Is this the hope the heroes have been waiting for, or is it a trap for the Man[...]
Director Bill Condon has confirmed that pre-production has begun on Bride of Frankenstein for Universal, but they don't have a lead actress yet.
Things intensify in Metal #2 as Batman goes MIA and the Justice League scours the world for him. Barbatos is on his way. Will this win me over to Batman?
This film was supposed to be the launch of Universal's new Dark Universe that stars, as they say in the trailer, "guys in their '50s fighting monsters from the '30s." Though, had Dracula Untold done well, then that would've been the start of the Dark Universe. We haven't heard anything about them scrapping the idea of[...]
Universal has breathed their sigh of relief, and now they can justify going forward with the Dark Universe without raising too many eyebrows It's just a shame that they are going to have a foundation so flimsy it might as well be made of mummy bones. Hopefully the next entry, The Bride of Frankenstein — due out[...]
In a recent interview with IGN, Mummy (2017) director Alex Kurtzman was asked about his status on the Dark Universe franchise The Dark Universe, for those who don't know, is the Marvel Studios-esque "shared universe" idea that Universal Pictures is trying with the classic "Universal Monsters" like Dracula, the Wolfman, the Invisible Man, and the aforementioned Mummy[...]
The panel to look at DC’s impending mega event, Dark Nights: Metal, and beyond at the Dark Matter line of titles, shapes up at SDCC 2017.