Tom Cruise plays soldier Nick Morton, who gets into trouble when he finds an ancient tomb in the new trailer for "The Mummy." Warning: possible spoilers ahead!
Annabelle Wallis plays Jenny Halsey, an archeologist for the UN's Cultural Heritage division and Morton's potential love interest.
In "The Mummy," Cruise plays a soldier who accidentally stumbles over an ancient Egyptian tomb.
Dangerous mummies get creepy coffins. "Flesh-eating stone" is the literal translation of the word sarcophagus, which seems rather appropriate here.
Ahmanet trains in various forms of combat.
Sofia Boutella plays Ahmanet -- the ancient Egyptian princess who becomes the Mummy.
Ancient Egypt in all its glory, including multiple pyramids.
Ahmanet disrobes, but all is not what it seems. Murder is on her mind.
Selva Rasalingam plays King Menehptre -- Ahmanet's father -- who meets a violent end.
Ahmanet, impatient for the throne, finds a bloody shortcut.
The ancient Egyptians mummified their dead because they believed a physical body is important in the next life. Usually it's a sophisticated method, but in Ahmanet's case it's a form of corporal punishment.
When transporting a mummy and her sarcophagus, it's probably a good idea to make sure it's not cursed first.
Tom Cruise's Nick Morton spends most of the trailer looking confused and scared.
Birds attack the cargo plane transporting Ahmanet and her sarcophagus.
Annabelle Wallis who plays Jenny Halsey has the only remaining parachute, which means Tom Cruise's Nick Morton is in dire trouble.
When birds fly into a plane's turbine engines causing it to spin out of control and crash.
Things don't look good for Tom Cruise's Nick Morton -- who goes down with the burning plane.
Tom Cruise's Nick Morton is dead in the morgue, or is he? Apparently, supernatural forces want him alive, but for what purpose?
Russell Crowe plays the notorious scientist Dr. Henry Jekyll, who is the head of a monster-hunting organization called the Prodigium. He promises to help Nick Morton track down and stop the Mummy.
When the Mummy comes crawling towards you, run!
A "mischief" is the word for a group of rats, which seems rather accurate in this scene where Nick approaches a mysterious gate.
If you fall down when a swarm of rats approaches, expect to be trampled by tiny little feet. Here Nick Morton finds out first hand what that feels like.
When Nick Morton's flat on his back surrounded by fleeing rats, this is what he sees when he looks up -- the Mummy.
Ahmanet is held captive, but her screams will unleash an unimaginable power.
Ahmanet regains her power and looks calm before wreaking havoc on the modern world.
"She will not stop until she makes our world her own," Russell Crowe's Dr. Jekyll says of Ahmanet.
London is no match for an angry Mummy looking for revenge.
This isn't the first time Cruise has outrun a sandstorm. Anyone remember "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol?"
Ahmanet has 2,000 years of catching up to do, so why not start with destroying London?
Ahmanet's eyes are both beautiful and terrifying. But what do double irises mean?
Nick and Jenny aren't alone, and things are about to get a lot worse for the swimmers when Ahmanet is in the water with them.
More than one mummy is bad news, especially when they don't need to hold their breath underwater like the rest of us.
Nick looks a little too calm for a man who's come back from the dead to battle an all-powerful mummy.
When Nick and Jenny try to escape evil, it looks as though their undead enemies have other plans.
Sergeant Vail is played by Jake Johnson who is best known for his role on the TV sitcom "New Girl."
Ahmanet looks downright serene when it comes to causing chaos.
Ahmanet begins destroying everything in her way -- which includes buildings full of innocent people.
Even equipped with a gun doesn't mean another kind of enemy (the kind with multiple legs) isn't lurking from above.
"She's got plans for you." But Nick might not figure out what those plans are until it's too late.
Nick might be in trouble, but that doesn't mean our hero won't break free from the evil in front of him.