Honest Trailers – The Mummy (2017)

Honest Trailers - The Mummy (2017)

Honest Trailers - The Mummy (2017)

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Honest Trailers - The Mummy (2017)

This episode is brought to you by T-Mobile. Now, you can get Netflix included with your family plan. Just another reason why T-Mobile is America’s Best Unlimited Network.

Honest Trailers - The Mummy (2017)

Tom Cruise can bring himself back to life, but can he revive the Dark Universe? – The Mummy

Honest Trailers - The Mummy (2017)

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Honest Trailers - The Mummy (2017)

Voiceover Narration by Jon Bailey:
Title design by Robert Holtby

Honest Trailers - The Mummy (2017)

Series Created by Andy Signore – & Brett Weiner
Executive Producer – Andy Signore
Producers – Dan Murrell, Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, Max Dionne
Written by Spencer Gilbert, Joe Starr, Dan Murrell & Andy Signore
Edited by Kevin Williamsen and TJ Nordaker

Honest Trailers - The Mummy (2017)

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20 thoughts on “Honest Trailers – The Mummy (2017)”

  1. “Started the Dark movie universe” Is everyone going to forget that Dracula: The Untold Story exists? They failed to get this train going… TWICE! Yet we’re probably not getting a Dark Tower sequel…

  2. Not to pile on, but Jekyll and Hyde wasn’t part of the Universal “universe”–MGM made it. I’ll shut up now.

  3. Dammit, Honest Trailers, it’s been years! Just say one of my comments in the video. Just once. That’s all I ask.

  4. Did T-Mobile hold a gun to the narrator’s side to make sure he advertised their services? I say to his side because it doesn’t sound like the threat is great enough that would cost his life, but painful nonetheless.

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