Name That Tomb! The Mummy Co Stars Tom Cruise And Annabelle Wallis Dance Up A Storm On Spanish TV Show... After Critics PAN Their Film

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As their new movie The Mummy is rolled out internationally, they've been dealt a blow at the hand of critics, after receiving a barrage of mercilessly negative reviews.

But Tom Cruise and Annabelle Wallis appeared to put any such talk behind them recently, as they made a playful appearance on Spanish TV show El Hormiguero 3.0.

Joined by their co-star Sofia Boutella, they were seen chuckling away as they danced up a storm on the show's Madrid set alongside host Pablo Motos.

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Bust a move: (L-R) Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis and Sofia Boutella hit the dancefloor alongside host Pablo Motos during an appearance on Spanish TV show El Hormiguero 3.0 recently

Bust a move: (L-R) Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis and Sofia Boutella hit the dancefloor alongside host Pablo Motos during an appearance on Spanish TV show El Hormiguero 3.0 recently

For her appearance on the show, British beauty Annabelle wowed as she stepped out in a multi-coloured metallic off-shoulder dress, which she teamed with strappy heels.

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Algerian stunner Sofia also caught the eye, wearing a blue sleeveless crushed velvet dress with front thigh-high slits, while standing tall in matching heels.

Keeping things cool and classic, Hollywood actor Tom arrived in an all-black ensemble that consisted of a trousers and a button-down shirt.

Hand: The Mummy co-stars were seen getting tactile as they got involved in the fun and frolics

Hand: The Mummy co-stars were seen getting tactile as they got involved in the fun and frolics

Promo: The stars shot their appearance on the TV show in the midst of a promotional whirlwind

Promo: The stars shot their appearance on the TV show in the midst of a promotional whirlwind

Tresses: Annabelle's golden locks were styled in waves, which rested on her tanned shoulders

Tresses: Annabelle's golden locks were styled in waves, which rested on her tanned shoulders

Somebody to lean on: At one point, she rested her head on Tom's shoulder as she laughed

Somebody to lean on: At one point, she rested her head on Tom's shoulder as she laughed

While the stars excitedly promote their reboot of the popular Mummy franchise, early reviews have proved to be particularly unfavourable.  

Perhaps the most brutal of all came from IndieWire's David Ehrlich who wrote: 'All of this is to say that not only is The Mummy the worst movie that Tom Cruise has ever made, it's also obviously the worst movie that Tom Cruise has ever made — it stands out like a flat note on a grand piano.'

The senior film critic for the online publication gave the film a brutal D - rating.

The main man: Hollywood actor Tom walked out to raucous applause from the studio audience

The main man: Hollywood actor Tom walked out to raucous applause from the studio audience

Charmer: He won over the audience as he regaled them with tales of his experiences on the set

Charmer: He won over the audience as he regaled them with tales of his experiences on the set

Chest: The star flashed a hint of his muscular chest as he left his top shirt buttons undone

Chest: The star flashed a hint of his muscular chest as he left his top shirt buttons undone

Black to basics: He looked classically cool in an all-black ensemble that included slim trousers

Black to basics: He looked classically cool in an all-black ensemble that included slim trousers

He continued: 'It's not that Cruise hasn’t had misfires before (and between Rock of Ages, Oblivion, and Jack Reacher: Never Stop Never Reaching they're happening at a faster rate), but The Mummy is the first of his films that doesn’t feel like a Tom Cruise movie.'

AP's Jake Coyle compared it to the three previous The Mummy flicks starring Brendan Frasier and released in 1999, 2001, and 2008.

He wrote: 'A messy and muddled product lacking even the carefree spirit of the Brendan Fraser Mummy trilogy.' 

New York Times writer A.O. Scott did give the film a bit of credit for only having a run-time of 110 minutes (20 minutes shorter than Johnny Depp's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tale) but still denounced it.

Listen up: British beauty Annabelle also did her part in sharing amusing tales with the audience

Listen up: British beauty Annabelle also did her part in sharing amusing tales with the audience

Premiere: They shot their appearance on the show days before the big New York City premiere

Premiere: They shot their appearance on the show days before the big New York City premiere

We're having a laugh: Their appearance on the show was filled with merriment and laughter

We're having a laugh: Their appearance on the show was filled with merriment and laughter

Wow! She wowed in a multi-coloured metallic off-shoulder dress, teamed with strappy heels

Wow! She wowed in a multi-coloured metallic off-shoulder dress, teamed with strappy heels

She wore blue velvet: Algerian stunner Sofia also caught the eye, wearing a blue sleeveless crushed velvet dress with front thigh-high slits

She wore blue velvet: Algerian stunner Sofia also caught the eye, wearing a blue sleeveless crushed velvet dress with front thigh-high slits

The critic concluded: 'It will be argued that this one was made not for the critics but for the fans. Which is no doubt true. Every con game is played with suckers in mind.'

Another tough review came from Variety chief film critic Owen Gleiberman who talked about how the film borrowed all types of ideas, archetypes, and visuals while attempting to pass conglomeration off as 'originality'.

He wrote: 'The Mummy is a literal-minded, bumptious monster mash of a movie. It keeps throwing things at you, and the more you learn about the ersatz intricacy of its “universe,” the less compelling it becomes.' 

Ouch: Early reviews for the soon-to-be released reboot - titled The Mummy - have not been good as several top critics have already panned it

Ouch: Early reviews for the soon-to-be released reboot - titled The Mummy - have not been good as several top critics have already panned it

Uh oh: IndieWire 's David Ehrlich wrote 'it's also obviously the worst movie that Tom Cruise has ever made'

Uh oh: IndieWire 's David Ehrlich wrote 'it's also obviously the worst movie that Tom Cruise has ever made'

'A messy and muddled product': AP 's Jake Coyle compared it to the three previous The Mummy flicks starring Brendan Frasier and released in 1999, 2001, and 2008

'A messy and muddled product': AP 's Jake Coyle compared it to the three previous The Mummy flicks starring Brendan Frasier and released in 1999, 2001, and 2008

Dropping the bomb: New York Times writer A.O. Scott did give the film a bit of credit for only having a run-time of 110 minutes but still denounced it

Dropping the bomb: New York Times writer A.O. Scott did give the film a bit of credit for only having a run-time of 110 minutes but still denounced it

The reviews weren't all bad as Chris Nashawaty gave the film a grade of B - for Entertainment Weekly.

He wrote: 'I'm not sure that this aimless, lukewarm, but occasionally rollicking take on The Mummy is how the studio dreamed that its Dark Universe would kick off. But it's just good enough to keep you curious about what comes next.'

USA Today's Brian Truitt gave it a three-out-of-four rating and explained: 'A tomb full of action-packed guilty pleasure that owns its horror, humor and rampant silliness equally.'

Hope: The reviews weren't all bad as Chris Nashawaty gave the film a grade of B - for Entertainment Weekly

Hope: The reviews weren't all bad as Chris Nashawaty gave the film a grade of B - for Entertainment Weekly

Not bad: USA Today 's Brian Truitt gave it a three-out-of-four rating

Not bad: USA Today 's Brian Truitt gave it a three-out-of-four rating

Love interest: The Alex Kurtzman-directed flick also stars Annabelle Wallis (pictured), Russell Crowe, Sofia Boutella, Jake Johnson, and Courtney B. Vance

Love interest: The Alex Kurtzman-directed flick also stars Annabelle Wallis (pictured), Russell Crowe, Sofia Boutella, Jake Johnson, and Courtney B. Vance

Tremendous trio: Cruise flanked by Wallis (left) and Sofia Boutella (right) at a fan event in New York on Tuesday night

Tremendous trio: Cruise flanked by Wallis (left) and Sofia Boutella (right) at a fan event in New York on Tuesday night

The action-adventure film currently has a 28 percent on movie review conglomeration site Rotten Tomatoes

This incarnation of The Mummy franchise is centred around an ancient princess being awakened from her crypt as she reeks havoc on the modern world. 

The Alex Kurtzman-directed flick also stars Russell Crowe, Annabelle Wallis, Sofia Boutella, Jake Johnson, and Courtney B. Vance.

The Mummy is set to hit movie theatres worldwide this Friday.

Jet-setter: On Thursday, Annabelle was spotted arriving at Los Angeles International Airport

Jet-setter: On Thursday, Annabelle was spotted arriving at Los Angeles International Airport

Looking so fly: She travelled in fine style, wearing a pleated zip-up jacket with skinny jeans

Looking so fly: She travelled in fine style, wearing a pleated zip-up jacket with skinny jeans

Cool customer: A pair of oversized cat eye sunglasses added a touch of chic to her ensemble

Cool customer: A pair of oversized cat eye sunglasses added a touch of chic to her ensemble

In the bag: She carried a smart black leather bag as she made her way through the terminal

In the bag: She carried a smart black leather bag as she made her way through the terminal

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Name that tomb! The Mummy co-stars Tom Cruise and Annabelle Wallis dance up a storm on Spanish TV show... after critics PAN their film
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