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“The Biggest Failure of My Life” By Alex Kurtzman

“I tend to subscribe to the point of view that you learn nothing from your success and you learn everything from. Your failures”

"The Biggest Failure of My Life" By Alex Kurtzman
“The Biggest Failure of My Life” By Alex Kurtzman

“And that was probably the biggest failure of my life, both personally and professionally, there are a million things I regret about it but it also gave me so many gifts that are inexpensively beautiful,  I don’t become a director until I made that movie, it was not because it was well directed, it was because it wasn’t”

This is what Alex Kurtzman, the Mummy reboot director, had to say about the Tom Cruise movie ” The biggest failure of my life”

From being teamed with Orci on syndicated series to co-writing the 2009 film, Star Terk, and not looking back

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In 2011, the Fobes magazine described Orci and Kurtzman as the ” Hollywood’s secret weapons ” as, over the previous 6 years, their films have grossed a combination of 3 billion at the box office, The partnership also wrote ” People like us” which was Kurtzman’s theater debut

"The Biggest Failure of My Life" By Alex Kurtzman
“The Biggest Failure of My Life” By Alex Kurtzman

Starting Tom Cruise, Sofia Buttela, Anne Wallis, Russel Crowe,

The movie attempts to bring the once-famous Universal Studio owned monster into the modern era

Cruse is stared in the movie as a US Army Seregnate, who accidentally disturbs the tomb of a mummy princess

The movie is about Science friction on how he manages to get over the movie, getting over his death

So, in other words: whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and failure is an opportunity to improve your capacities and discover new ones.

We like that growth-oriented mindset, Alex. And apparently, Kurtzman likes it, too, as he is currently lighting it up with his busy schedule. Kurtzman continues:

“Look, if you look at history and you look at people who’ve made amazing things, every single one of them will tell you the same story, which is that it came after a failure, so I look back on it now with gratitude. It took me a while to get there, but my life is better for it.”

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