Assuming the shared monster movie universe from Universal still has the green light, here are the actors we'd like to see starring in it.
The Mummy has kicked off the Dark Universe franchise - but could these lesser-known Universal monsters eventually join in the fun?
The Mummy director Alex Kurtzman says Dark Universe will include Hunchback of Notre Dame and Phantom of the Opera reboots.
Rumors persist that Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is being courted to star in The Wolfman movie reboot, as part of Universal's Dark Universe.
Universal enlists Expendables writer Dave Callaham to pen the script for The Wolf Man, an entry in the studio's planned monsters universe.
Dwayne Johnson is reportedly being courted to star in The Wolf Man, as part of Universal Pictures' rebooted monster cinematic universe.
Universal has claimed a 2019 release date for the third installment in the rebooted Monster Movie Universe that will begin with The Mummy in 2017.
Universal has moved their 2018 monster shared universe film from March to April of that year, avoiding competition with Ready Player One.
Universal has revealed more about their plans for a revived Shared Monster Movie Universe with classic characters like Dracula and the Mummy.
'Monsters: Dark Continent' screenwriter Jay Basu has joined Universal Studios' brain trust of monster movie writers.
Donna Langley, Universal Pictures chairman, said the studios' classic monster shared universe will fall into the action-adventure genre rather than horror.
We now know which characters are planned for Universal's rebooted monster movie universe, and who's writing the films.
Universal is developing a big-screen reboot of 'The Wolfman', presumably as a part of its shared "monster-verse."
Universal is moving ahead with its Monster Movie Shared Universe, having scheduled an untitled installment to release a year after the 'Mummy' reboot.
Noah Hawley, the showrunner on FX's acclaimed 'Fargo' series, is writing one of the movies in Universal's rebooted monsters universe.
The Mummy, Wolfman, Frankenstein, and more Universal monster franchises are going to be rebooted for a new Cinematic Universe.
NBC is developing a TV adaptation of 'The Wolfman' from the executive producer of 'Dracula.'
Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci may be planning a cinematic universe for Universal's monsters, including The Mummy, Van Helsing and (potentially) the Frankenstein creature.