Writer And Director Alex Kurtzman Says ‘The Mummy’ (2017) Is “Probably The Biggest Failure Of My Life, Both Personally And Professionally”

The first film that was due to kickstart Universal’s Monster Cinematic Universe (which was supposed to include Javier Bardem and Johnny Depp) was Mother (2017) starring Tom Cruise and directed by Alex Kurtzman,

Kurtzman is known for working on screenplays for transformerfirst two star trek movies, and amazing spider man 2, He has recently gone on record playlist Describing the film (which currently sits at 16 percent on Rotten Tomatoes), is “Probably the biggest failure of my life, both personally and professionally.” While he has a lot of things to make of the film he regrets, he does find some positive aspects of the experience.

“As cruel as it was, in many ways, and as many cooks as there were in the kitchen, I am so grateful for the opportunity to make those mistakes because it rebuilt me ​​as a tough person and it made me a clear filmmaker.” Remade. … and it’s been a real gift and I feel those gifts all the time because I’m so clear now when I think it’s not right – I’m not silent about it anymore. When I really won’t move on if I feel that feeling. It doesn’t deserve me. And you can’t get to that place of gratitude until you have that kind of experience.”

the man who fell to earth Kurtzman is the latest television project and debuts on Showtime on April 24 and stars Naomi Harris and Chiwetel Ejiofor.