Yeah, honestly that looked like 90% of that could have been from Mission Impossible or any other Tom Cruise stunt movie. It may be good, but doesn't look too unique.
Also, I can't imagine that they are going to be able to establish a Universal Monsters Universe...not only does nobody remember those movies, having them be supernatural and trying to be taken seriously seems to never really work (unless you want to churn out the same garbage as Underworld, etc). And then trying to have Tom Cruise be a central star they are going to have the same issue as Robert Downey Jr, where even if it is successful he becomes far too expensive to keep in them.
I had the trailer pop up somewhere without knowing what it was. I even knew there was a new Tom Cruise Mummy trailer out in the wild, and I still
thought it was a Mission:Impossible trailer for a good chunk of time.
I don't think it matters if people remember the original Universal monster movies or not, we're talking about Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman and the Mummy. People know who those characters are. They're iconic.
I like the idea of bringing them into the modern age, too. Especially in a serious way. I'm curious to see whether, for instance, Dracula of the 1800s was a thing or if he's a new version.