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Verbs Senator mentored, grief deconstructed, hair dryers celebrated, alien mummies faked.
Brickman and Elice's script strings out a plot as thin as hair on a mummy's head, and every song in Andrew Lippa's score will be forgotten by the time the air conditioner cools your car seat on the drive home.
Scientists have virtually undressed mummies, diagnosed from beyond the grave, and exposed miscarriages and 3,000-year-old scams.
Researchers analyzed DNA from 209 ancient cats as old as 9,000 years from Europe, Africa and Asia, including some ancient Egyptian cat mummies.
African-origin DNA was identified in cat mummies in ancient Egypt, where cats were revered and even represented by their own goddess, Bastet.
Naturally and intentionally preserved human and animal mummies dating as far back as 4,500 years will be presented in the largest such exhibition ever assembled.
A TALE OF TWO MUMMIES The Mummy looks set to be another tentpole movie that delivers overseas but disappoints domestically.
Not by witches or mummies or ghouls, but by Hollywood's hunger for yet another cinematic universe.
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