That's certainly true of Princess Ahmanet, an ancient Egyptian princess who is buried alive after murdering her father. Vail tells Nick, as we see Cruise in all his action star glory in a death-defying underwater chase, vehicle accident, and face-to-face battle with the evil spirit. However, he's resurrected himself, and is joined by Annabelle Wallis' Jenny Halsey and Jake Johnson's Sgt. Though the rest of us won't see if for a bit (the current rumor says we'll get it on Sunday), we have a brand new The Mummy poster, as reported by CBM.
"It took a meeting with him and also understanding that basically the honor that it is to go back there... and play this character".
At the last week's CinemaCon, Boutella spoke about her character: "Playing a monster was really interesting to me and that the Mummy is a woman was interesting".
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Soon, Ahmanet wakes up and rakes havoc all across the civilised world while Tom Cruise runs, runs, runs a little more, ducks, shoots bullets, shouts, jumps and detonates bombs to save the day.
Nick Morton (Cruise) accidentally unearths the mummy of Princess Ahmanat (Boutella) who is hell-bent on destroying the world (obviously). The new trailer also answers the mystery created in the previous one - Ahmanet has returned to claim something that she has been denied. Make no mistake, this is very much a MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE version of The Mummy.
The cast revealed that Cruise did all his own stunts and even succeeded in convincing his co-stars to do their own stunts, for instance the zero gravity plane crash stunt that Wallis was involved in.
Directed by Alex Kurtzman, The Mummy is due in theaters on June 9, 2017.