Brendan Fraser is currently engaged in his return to Hollywood. The actor has been making numerous press appearances for his upcoming project, The Whale. In his interview, Fraser revealed the possibility of performing in the four-part installment of The Mummy franchise.He also explained why the Tom Cruise Mummy movie could not attract viewers in the same way as his performance of Rick O’Connell did.
Based on Fraser, “It was too much of a straight-ahead horror movie.”The most important thing missing from the Tom Cruise-directed Mummy film was the lack of “fun.” Brendan Fraser stated, “The Mummy should be a thrill ride, but not terrifying and scary.”
The truth is, The Mummy movies that Fraser was a part of were an absolute blast and also depicted Rick O’Connell as a fake Indiana Jones, causing the family and him to be constantly tangled in the dangers associated with ancient magic and artifacts.The thrill and the adventure are two main elements in all the archeological wonderment properties invented. Consider video games, for instance. “Uncharted” was a big part of that recipe that Brendan Fraser has spoken about.
The play starred Nathan Drake as the adventurer who would always try to find treasure and cities that were lost; however, he was constantly in danger while on his adventures.The Whale’s Brendan Fraser has pinpointed the most crucial element absent in The Mummy reboot, which was not well-reviewed five years ago.
He is famous for his performance as Rick O’Connell in the swashbuckling original Mummy trilogy; the magazine Variety interviewed Fraser regarding Tom Cruise’s take on the film and declaring his willingness to “be open” to returning to the series.
In the meantime, Director Stephen Sommers recalled in the same interview why Fraser was chosen for the lead role all those years back.1999 to 2008 between 1999 and 2008, Batgirl actor made an appearance in 3 Mummy blockbusters that grossed over $1.4 billion in box office revenue, and Cruise’s film shut the door on the possibility of a Dark Universe.