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“Welcome to a new world of Gods and Monsters.” That’s the tagline for The Mummy, the 2017 Tom Cruise movie which just released its first trailer, and the statement is true in more ways than one. If all goes according to plan, The Mummy will be the first film in a new shared cinematic world filled with Universal…
Universal’s Monster Universe might sound like a pretty bizarre (and public domain) alternative to the Marvel and DC cinematic universes, but if it looks anything like these prints Alex Ross made for the series reboot, it could be fantastic.
Next year, Tom Cruise’s The Mummy will kick off Universal’s grand plan for a multiverse that connects its classic monsters. And besides the inevitable upgrade to modern, lavish special effects, Bride of Frankenstein will also be getting anther sort of update.
We’ve written about Universal’s hoped-for dream casting of Angelina Jolie Pitt in the Bride of Frankenstein remake. Now, Variety cites anonymous sources that the studio would love for Jolie to direct as well—and actually confirms one bit of news about the film, too: it’ll be written by blockbuster veteran David Koepp.
Coming off a monster year at the box office, Universal Studios is hard at work developing their own monsters. Specifically, a huge universe based on Universal Monsters, which will start with The Mummy and expand from there.
Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolfman, The Invisible Man, Creature From the Black Lagoon, Mummy and Bride of Frankenstein. Individually, they’re some of the most recognizable, celebrated character of all time. Together, they’re known as the Universal Monsters.
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This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Bride of Frankenstein movie, and the Frankensteinia blog has been celebrating with some astonishingly glamorous, sensual artworks of one of pop culture's most famous artificial women.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein has seized our imaginations for nearly 200 years. Frankenstein art ranges from the grotesque to the glamorous to the playfully weird... like this Frankenstein meets Vampirella image. The Frankensteinia blog has compiled some incredibly gorgeous Frankenstein art.
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Title: Bride of Frankenstein
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