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The visual effects were provided by Industrial Light & Magic, who blended film and computer-generated imagery to create the mummy.
The film opened on May 7, 1999, and went on to gross 6 million worldwide.
Selznick explained, “I just can’t imagine Clark Gable chasing you ten years.”) Finally she agreed to play the lead on Broadway in "The Philadelphia Story." Having bought the play’s movie rights, she returned to Hollywood, sold the rights to MGM for a handsome profit, and starred in the film version, which broke Radio City attendance records.
She was the first woman to win three Oscars as best actress (for "Morning Glory," "Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner," and "The Lion in Winter"). She has won eight other Oscar nominations (for "Alice Adams," "The Philadelphia Story," "Woman of the Year," "The African Queen," "Summertime," "The Rainmaker," "Suddenly Last Summer," and "Long Day’s Journey into Night").
But eventually she ended their romance, explaining to a friend that Hughes bored her.The box-office success led to two sequels, The Mummy Returns (2001) and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (2008), as well as an animated series, and a prequel, The Scorpion King.The film also inspired a roller coaster, Revenge of the Mummy, in three Universal Studios Theme Parks.Her father was a leading urologist and her mother was a suffragette and an early advocate of birth control.The second of six children, she recalled that her father “had no patience for self-pity.
In 1928, within months after graduating from Bryn Mawr, she toured in "Death Takes a Holiday." She recalled that before long, however, the producers “said they’d give me the privilege of resigning from the cast and I said, ‘Well, I’m not taking that privilege so if you want to fire me go ahead, but get out of here because you’ll be lucky if I don’t kill you.’” In 1933, having gained stardom with her first film, "A Bill of Divorcement," she returned to Broadway in "The Lake." Her miserable performance provoked Dorothy Parker to observe that Hepburn “ran the gamut of emotions from A to B.” Despite her success in "Bringing Up Baby" and "Holiday," a leading exhibitor labeled her “box office poison,” prompting Hepburn to stomp out of Hollywood.