I was excited to go see this with my son, because I figured it could either be good, or so bad it's good. We watched a couple of the original Mummy movies in preparation (the original 1932 version with Boris Karloff, and the Hammer Horror version from 1959 with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee), and we're planning to watch the 1999 Brendan Fraser one too. So we were all set to be there on opening night.
Then my son watched the latest trailer (unskippable, natch) on YouTube. Here's what he said:
"Hey, remember all those interesting questions that the first trailer brought up, like [REDACTED] and [REDACTED]? Well this new trailer gives away the answers to those, and basically the whole movie. I have zero desire to see the movie now."
So...yeah, great job Universal.