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The Mummy 2 was a planned sequel to the 2017 Mummy film.


The plot is would have the after events of the film the rest of the plot is unknown

Why It Was Cancelled[]

  1. The first Mummy (2017) bombed at the box office and received negative reviews from critics, audiences, and fans alike.
  2. Fans complained about the fact that the first film does not take place in Egypt like the previous film series.


  1. The film was permanently cancelled.
  2. The Mummy (2017) is a stand-alone film.
  3. Dracula Untold was considered to be the first film of the Dark Universe, but was downplayed.
  4. A Bride of Frankenstein reboot was planned for a 2019 release, but was cancelled.
  5. The Dark Universe was permanently scrapped.
  6. Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions decided to work on standalone Universal Monster movies that are not part of a cinematic universe. In 2020, The Invisible Man (2020) was released to positive reviews, and was not part of any cinematic universe.





  • The Mummy (2017) was intended to be the first film of the Dark Universe series, but thanks to the Negative reviews and Box office bomb of the Mummy (2017), the sequel among the other Universal Monster movies planned for the Dark Universe have all been scrapped.
  • Following the critical and financial success of Leigh Whannell's The Invisible Man (2020), development of the Dark Universe was resumed, with Chris McKay announced to direct Renfield, a reboot of the Dracula film series.