Universal has slotted the next pic in its classic monster franchise for April 21, 2017. The untitled film is the second installment in the franchise to be dated following previously announced The Mummy reboot slated for June 24, 2016. Last July, Universal announced its new initiative to revive and reimagine the studio’s classic monsters for a modern audience. The series of films will be produced and overseen by Alex Kurtzman (Star Trek) and Chris Morgan (Fast & Furious). Right now, the pic has the 2017 date to itself.
Universal Dates Next Film In Monster Franchise For 2017
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