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The Scorpion King (2002)

aka The Scorpion King

"Warrior. Legend. King."

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Details: 92 mins · English · PG-13 (USA)


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Small Mathayus
Small Cassandra
Small Balthazar
No_movie_poster Memnon
Small Philos
Small King Pheron
No_movie_poster Third Akkadian
No_movie_poster Torturer
Small Arpid
No_movie_poster Jesup
No_movie_poster Tribal Leader
Small Takmet
No_movie_poster Harlot


No_movie_poster Michael Tronick Editor
No_movie_poster John Debney Original Music Composer
Small Stephen Sommers Screenplay
No_movie_poster Sean Daniel Producer
No_movie_poster James Jacks Producer
No_movie_poster David Hayter Screenplay
No_movie_poster Chuck Russell Director
No_movie_poster John R. Leonetti Director of Photography
No_movie_poster William Osborne Screenplay
Small Vince McMahon Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Kevin Misher Producer
No_movie_poster Greg Parsons Editor
Small Stephen Sommers Production
No_movie_poster Jonathan Hales Story Contributor
Small Stephen Sommers Story Contributor


"Warrior. Legend. King."


Mathayus (Johnson), the last true Akkadian mercenary, along with his half-brother, Jesup, and friend, Rama, is hired by King Pheron (Rees) to kill a sorcerer, whose prophetic powers allow the vicious Egyptian Emperor Memnon (Brand) to rule his empire with an iron fist.

Mathayus sneaks into Memnon's camp and finds his way to the sorcerer's tent, where he discovers that Memnon's sorcerer is actually a beautiful sorceress called Cassandra (Hu). Unfortunately, Mathayus is discovered and caught by the guards, thanks to a tip-off by Pheron's treacherous son, Takmet (Facinelli), leading to Jesup and Rama being killed.

Release Dates:

Theatrical : 2002-04-19 : United States of America

DVD : 2002-10-01