PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
The mummified body of Imhotep is shipped to a museum in London, where he once again wakes and begins his campaign of rage and terror.
In order to keep his smooth hairless look, Arnold Vosloo had his entire body shaved twice a day. Originally, he tried waxing but couldn't stand the pain.
5,000 years ago, a fierce warrior known as the Scorpion King led a great army on a campaign to conquer the known world.
In the mansion battle, Rick leaps into the bathroom to avoid machine gun fire. He is initially shown lying on the floor (correctly) with bullet holes being blown through the door. In the next cut, Rick stands erect while "bullets" are hitting the wall directly beside him. These are obviously squibs, not bullets, causing the explosions.
The end credits feature objects in the background such as embalming cloth and walls with hieroglyphics. Some of the backgrounds relate to the character. When Arnold Vosloo's and Patricia Velasquez's credits appear, a mummy is seen in the background. When The Rock's credit appears, a scorpion crawls in the background. When John Hannah's credits appear, gold statues can be seen in the background (for his obsession of all things gold).
$68,139,035 (USA) (6 May 2001)
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