Saturday, December 10, 2005

Saturday Trivia - The Mummy

Mummy III
"Mummy fans have been wondering for some time now whether the next film in the campy thriller franchise would involve Egypt again. It now appears that the new Mummy villain will be Chinese . . . . The script, if genuine, was written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, the creators of Smallville. This contradicts an earlier rumor that said director Stephen Sommers was writing the script. Parts for both Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz are written in, although there's no confirmation yet that they're involved with the next film".
See the above web page for the rest of this brief piece. A review of the script is listed at:

Mummy 3D
Superscape Group plc, a publisher of 3D mobile games, has announced that new title The Mummy is now available for consumers of the T-Mobile network to download, licensed by Indiagames: "In this intriguing puzzle game, players must guide Egyptologist Evelyn Carnahan and the roguish Rick O'Connell through ancient crypts and tombs, avoiding the 3000 year old Mummy, who is hell bent on mayhem and destruction". See for more details.

Mummy Returns Interactive
Mummy Returns Live is about to launch in Malaysia, beginning with Kuala Lumpur next week. "Primary Strategy Sdn Bhd expects to generate RM1.8 million in ticket sales and estimates a turnout of over 160,000 visitors from across the country during its month-long The Mummy Returns Live interactive show . . . . The interactive entertainment attraction based on the hit The Mummy and The Mummy Returns movies cost the company RM1.2 million to be brought here, its executive director Helmi Talib Abdul Talib told reporters at a media briefing in Petaling Jaya on Dec 9". See the above URL on the Edge Daily website for more.

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