One other setback for the cinematic universe.
Common’s Darkish Universe franchise is ready to be ‘reconfigured’, in line with a author who has stepped away from certainly one of its lead tasks.
Invisible Man author Ed Soloman revealed to Digital Spy that he will not be engaged on the film any longer, citing variations in imaginative and prescient.
“I feel Common and I had a distinct concept of what the film was gonna be”, he defined. “We started considering that our notions would meld, and I ought to’ve listened extra carefully to what they actually had been wanting.”
Solomon additional famous that Common is now working to alter the Darkish Universe within the wake of setbacks:
“I feel Common has needed to come to a form of reckoning of, ‘What are we doing with the Darkish Universe?’ and, ‘What’s our actual intention with it?’, and I feel they’re reconfiguring it now, which I feel might be good.”
In November producers Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan left the franchise to focus on other projects, spelling bother for the cinematic universe.
Common’s first Darkish Universe effort The Mummy was also a commercial disappointment, making less than the Brendan Fraser movies at the box office. For IGN’s ideas on The Mummy, read our review.
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