Universal has set a date for Bride of Frankenstein, and debuted the first photo of the stars it has assembled for its shared universe, the newly titled Dark Universe.
Assembled in the first-look photo of the Dark Universe stars are Johnny Depp (The Invisible Man), Javier Bardem (Frankenstein’s Monster), Cruise (Nick Morton), Russell Crowe (Dr. Jekyll) and Sofia Boutella (The Mummy). Crowe’s Dr. Jekyll is set to provide the glue linking the films together, with his mysterious organization Prodigium charged with tracking the world’s monsters.
Universal has also released a logo and sizzle reel for Dark Universe, which draws from the studio’s long history of monster films dating back to the golden age of Hollywood.
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DARK UNIVERSE Announced; Johnny Depp As The Invisible Man & Javier Bardem As Frankenstein's Monster Confirmed.
DARK UNIVERSE Announced; Johnny Depp As The Invisible Man & Javier Bardem As Frankenstein’s Monster Confirmed
Universal has officially announced that their series of classic monster movie reboots will collectively be known as Dark Universe. Click on for a preview video and a cast pic featuring the stars…
Universal Pictures has just announced that its rebooted series of classic monster movies will be known as the Dark Universe, and will kick-off with next month’s The Mummy.
The studio has also officially confirmed that The Invisible Man and Frankenstein’s Monster will be played by, respectively, Johnny Depp and Javier Bardem, who will join Tom Cruise as Nick Morton and Russell Crowe as Dr. Henry Jekyll. The entire team is pictured above with Sofia Boutella, who will play the The Mummy of the title.
In addition, it’s been announced that Bill Condon will direct Bride of Frankenstein, which will be the next film in the series and is set for release on February 14, 2019.
People have probably talked about this before, but...
After rewatching Island Adventure, I had this thought. Do you think that Mask Island was Pink Diamond’s original attempt at making a Zoo?
The Zoo, from what we’ve seen, looks awfully similar to Mask Island. What reason would Mask Island have to exist for Gems anyway? Gems on Earth already had giant structures that were havens to them, such as the Lunar Sea Spire.
The other huge thing that made me think the island was originally a prototype for the Zoo is the only Gem we know of that was found there.
Was this a Gem that originally monitored the Island in case something went wrong with the humans, such as one trying to escape? If she had invisibility powers PRIOR to the Song of the Diamonds, it would make a lot of sense.
The lack of a proper exit (outside of a nice, long swim) and probably even forgetting the island in general could be a reason why this Gem was still there.