The specific order and/or accurate dates presented in this article has never been confirmed by Universal Pictures, and therefore it can be inaccurate, incomplete, or partial.

The following is a comprehensive timeline of events within the Dark Universe.


  1. Unless confirmed otherwise, a movie is assumed to take place starting on its United States release date. For example, since The Mummy was released on June 9, 2017, it is assumed that the events of The Mummy began on that day.
  2. Video games set in the universe will not be included here, as they contradict the universe continuity that has been established by the movies.

Dark Universe Timeline

3000's B.C.

2983 B.C.

Assassination of Menehptre

Menehptre is assassinated.

  • Assassination of Menehptre
    • A son is born to Menehptre. Ahmanet, now ineligible to claim the throne , murders Menehptre and her brother, using their blood as well as her own to summon Set, promising to find him a mortal man to inhabit so that they may rule the world as king and queen. Ahmanet attempts to sacrifice her lover to Set, but Menehptre's priests kill him before she can. Ahmanet is mummified alive and sealed in a tomb, and is assumed dead for 5000 years.[1]



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  • June 9, 2017
    • Battle of Mosul
    • Retrieval of Ahmanet's sarcophagus
      • Morton and co. uncover Ahmanet's sarcophagus, planning to take the sarcophagus to London. However, Ahmanet summons a group of camel spiders, one of which bites Vail. After loading the sarcophagus on the plane, Vail becomes possessed by Ahmanet and kills Greenway, attempting to attack the crew before Morton is forced to shoot him dead. Ahmanet summons a wave of crows to attack the plane, which causes the plane to crash, killing the entire crew save for Jennifer Halsey, who was saved by Morton at the last minute.[1]
    • Reawakening of Ahmanet
      • Ahmanet is reawakened by absorbing the life energy of two emergency workers.[1]
  • June 10, 2017
  • June 11, 2017
    • Duel in Henry Jekyll's office
      • Nick Morton meets Dr. Henry Jekyll, the leader of Prodigium, who explains the situation to Morton. However, Jekyll is prevented from taking a serum that prevents his monstrous alter-ego, Edward Hyde, from appearing, and Hyde attempts to kill Morton. Eventually, Morton manages to put the serum inside of Jekyll's body, restoring him to normal.[1]
    • Attack on London
    • During the Attack on London, Henry Jekyll discovers that the syringe used to inject his serum has been destroyed, preventing him from controlling Hyde. Malik informs him that Ahmanet has escaped from Prodigium Headquarters, and Jekyll orders him to go to the Crossrail, since he knows Ahmanet will be headed there.[2]
    • Duel in the Crossrail
      • Ahmanet manages to drown Halsey in order to force Morton to submit to her. However, Morton breaks free of Ahmanet's control and stabs himself with the Dagger of Set, fusing himself with Set. Morton proceeds to battle Ahmanet and sucks the life out of her, turning her into a shriveled mummy. Morton resurrects Halsey, but, fearing that he will lose control of Set, runs away.[1]


Full Media Chronology



Dark Universe [ve]
Films The MummyThe Invisible ManBride of Frankenstein (unreleased)Dark Army (unreleased)Renfield (unreleased)The Invisible Woman (unreleased)Monster Mash (unreleased)

Confirmed but untitled films: Frankenstein (unreleased)

Untitled films: Creature from the Black LagoonVan HelsingThe Wolf ManDraculaThe Phantom of the OperaThe Hunchback of Notre Dame

Comics and manga The Mummy: Dark Stories
Video games The Mummy: Prodigium StrikeThe Mummy: Dark Universe StoriesThe Mummy Demastered
Live attractions The Mummy Escape GameThe Mummy Zero Gravity VR Experience
Soundtracks The MummyThe Invisible Man
See also Dark Universe (film studio)Minor CharactersMonstersMonsters LegacyTimelineUniversal Pictures
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