Gaijing Entertainment has announced that it will release a live-actions movie titled The Mummy: The Curse of the Mummy.
The studio’s President of Production Lee Jun-hyun will be joining director Joo Hyung-bok on the project.
In a statement, Lee said, “I am thrilled to be partnering with Joo on the Mummies.
We have a great team that has done some of the most amazing live-animated features and we are proud to announce the Mums movie as the first to feature Joo as the director.”
The film is slated to be released sometime in 2019.
Lee added that the live-art movie is being created with an “intense focus on the story and the characters.”
The live-actors, who will be working for a total of three days a week, will be performing a variety of roles.
The Mummies will also feature a new storyline, featuring an “unusual” twist on the popular tale of the mummy, the Mumbahids, who seek to free their fellow Mummy from his mummy curse and return the ancient mummy back to his home planet of Kansai.
The movie is set to open in Japan in 2019, and it is currently available for streaming on YouTube and Vimeo.
The company is also releasing a short animated film called The Mumbadies Mummy Story that is also being produced by Lee.
The short film will be released in 2019 and will also be available for free streaming.
The first trailer for The Mums film was released back in November, and Lee said that the movie will feature a “different approach.”
Lee added, “The idea for The Curse was to explore the theme of the curse and the meaning behind the events that occurred to lead to the downfall of the kingdom of Egypt.”
“The Mummies’ story will be told through the eyes of the characters and the story will not be the same as the popular version.
The new story will focus on how the curse of the ancient Egyptians was overcome and how the Mummys return to their homeland.”
Lee said he is working with a Japanese producer on the live action movie, and the film is expected to be ready for release in 2019 or 2020.
Gaijins director Joon-hee is also on board to helm the film.
Lee also announced that he will be collaborating with two of the movie’s directors on the movie.
The director of the live video and the producer of the anime will be on board for the film, while the director of live-work will be doing the production.
The project has been in the works for several years and the studio will be launching the live event for the first time in 2019 at the Tokyo Dome.
Genshiken announced earlier this year that the company has completed the project with a new production company and that the production will begin in 2020.
The live event will be the first of its kind in Japan.
Lee, who has previously worked on other live-event projects, said that he is excited about the live entertainment project, and he hopes that the project will be able to draw people in.
He added that he hopes to see a large number of visitors at the event, which will be streamed online.
“I think the movie should be a hit with both audiences and the audience is very enthusiastic,” he said.
The film, which is the second of the planned live events, will have two acts of about 15 minutes each, according the company.
Lee has previously said that Gensheiken will release five movies a year, which includes The Mummies, and will release the fifth film by 2021.
Gainshiken plans to release the MUMMY movie in 2019 with a theatrical release in 2020 and the movie to open worldwide in 2020, 2020, 2021 and 2021.