On Sunday, Universal Pictures revealed the trailer for an all-new “The Mummy” film, a reboot of the 1999 trilogy. While the name and producer remain the same, there is one noticeable aspect missing from the film, and fans aren’t happy about it.

Brendan Fraser, the protagonist of the original, has been replace by Tom Cruise. The trailer is already facing backlash on YouTube with more than 7,000 dislikes and fans calling for the return of Fraser. Many of the top comments on the video feature users asking where Fraser is and why he is not in the new film.

The reactions on Twitter aren’t any better. After Cruise shared the film’s trailer along with a behind-the-scenes video, many users began questioning the choice of casting for the movie. “How dare they remake ‘The Mummy’ without Brendan Fraser,” wrote one Twitter user.

While Fraser’s “Mummy” films were not a critical success, the films did achieve big box office numbers with 1999’s “The Mummy” grossing $43 million in the United States during its opening weekend and its sequel, “The Mummy Returns,” grossing $202 million in the U.S. and Canada.

Although fans are clamoring for Fraser’s return, it’s clear the studio and director Alex Kurtzman have gone in a different direction for the new film. While the 1999 version took place in the 1920s, the new film will be set in modern times. “Putting it in modern day forces you to ask the question: What would it really be like if a monster came to our world? Immediately asking that question, you’re in a more grounded attempt at reality,” Kurtzman told Entertainment Weekly.

The film will also be a callback to the horror tone of the 1932 version starring Boris Karloff. Speaking with the Sydney Morning Herald, Cruise said the film would be scary. “I grew up watching these monster movies and they’re different really [from] what I consider to be modern horror.”

“The Mummy” is set to release on June 9, 2017.