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No one seems to be as frustrated with The Mummy’s disappointments as her director Alex Kurtzman, who has recently called the film professionally and personally the “biggest failure of my life,.”

The filmmaker recently did reveal that it was indeed a learning process, even with all of the entire film’s disappointments. For all the total regrets he has had about the picture, it has also brought him several gifts like that of a filmmaker. Currently, there seem to be no confirmed plans for the “Dark Universe” future.

“I tend to have subscribed towards the point of view that you would learn absolutely nothing from your successes, but everything from your failures,” Kurtzman had shared with The Playlist. “And that could probably be the biggest failure of my life, both personally and professionally. There are more than about a million things I regret about it, but it also has given me so many inexpressibly beautiful gifts. I hadn’t become a director until I made and worked on that movie, and it wasn’t at all because it was very well directed — it was because it wasn’t.”

He continued, “And as brutal as it seemed that it was, in many ways and aspects, the cooks in the kitchen as there could have been, I am quite grateful for the opportunity to be able to make such mistakes because it kind of rebuilt me into a tougher and stronger person and it also rebuilt me into a clearer filmmaker.”

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