Universal Pictures has announced that their most famous monsters of horror are coming together for the first time in a huge Blu-ray collection.
Transformers: The Last Knight leads the pack with nine nominations, followed by The Mummy with 8 nominations for the 2018 Razzies.
Justice League, Ghost in the Shell and The Mummy are just a few of the worst movies Hollywood had to offer in 2017.
Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan leave Universe's Dark Universe after The Mummy becomes one of the year's biggest bombs.
Metallica's legendary guitarist Kirk Hammett showcases 10 of his favorite horror movie posters before they go on display in a new museum exhibit.
Even though The Mummy failed to live up to expectations it doesn't have to be over for Universal's sprawling monster franchise Dark Universe.
Despite strong overseas box office, The Mummy is still going to lose close to $100 million when all is said and done.
Director John Landis isn't happy about Dark Universe, calling this monsters franchise an old idea.
Universal Pictures was unable to get all of its Dark Universe stars in the same room together so the launch photo had to be faked.
A new report claims that the the excessive creative control Tom Cruise had on The Mummy lead to its critical and commercial failure.
Universal Pictures is going to continue their Dark Universe franchise as planned even as the first movie falters out of the gate.
Director Alex Kurtzman reveals that there is a very good reason why his Mummy reboot didn't feature Brendan Fraser as Rick O'Connell.
Universal's first Dark Universe movie The Mummy didn't impress at the domestic box office but made back its budget thanks to foreign ticket sales.
Wonder Woman has no trouble holding off newcomer The Mummy, repeating atop the box office with $57.1 million.
A scene in this weekend's The Mummy involving the mysterious corporation Prodigium features a direct connection to Brendan Fraser's 1999 remake.
Universal's Dark Universe begins with an epic dud as Tom Cruise flounders in The Mummy, one of his worst movies ever.
Tom Cruise's The Mummy is not racking up good word of mouth from critics as it heads into its first weekend at the box office.
The Mummy sets up Universal's new monsters movie universe in grand fashion, though in unpredictable ways.
Wonder Woman squares off against The Mummy, It Comes At Night and Meagan Leavey as it enters its second weekend.