The Scorpion King (2002)

Release Date: 04 November 2002 | Certificate: Suitable for 12 years and over
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Wrestler-turned-actor The Rock gets his first starring role with THE SCORPION KING. A prequel to Stephen Sommers' wildly successful THE MUMMY (1999) and THE MUMMY RETURNS (2001), THE SCORPION KING tells the action-packed story of Mathayus (Rock), an Akkadian assassin who is the only man strong enough to destroy the vile Memnon (Steven Brand). Memnon, a power hungry warlord, uses the prescience of Cassandra (Kelly Hu), a beautiful seer, to ensure an endless succession of victories. Understanding that to defeat Memnon one must first eliminate Cassandra, Mathayus journeys to Gomorrah to infiltrate Memnon's palace and kill Cassandra. But when he lays eyes on the sultry beauty, he is unable to take her life. It isn't long before sparks begin flying and Cassandra is using her powers to aid Mathayus and his cohorts, including the bumbling Arpid (Grant Heslov), and Balthazar (Michael Clark Duncan), a powerful tribe leader who is also looking for a way to end Memnon's reign. Ignoring a vision from Cassandra that predicts his death, Mathayus charges into battle nonetheless, hoping to silence Memnon once and for all. Playing the sensitive, courageous hero, The Rock proves that his appeal is not only relegated to the small screen.

Extended Version Of Film/Audio Commentaries - 1. Chuck Russell - Director/ 2. Cast/Outtakes/Alternate Scenes/Featurettes - 1. SPOTLIGHT ON LOCATION/ 2. ANCIENT WORLD PRODUCTION DESIGN/ 3. COSTUME DESIGN/ 4. FIGHT SCENE CHOREOGRAPHY/ 5. PHYSICAL EFFECTS/Stills Gallery
Release Date: 04 November 2002
Certificate: 12 - Suitable for Persons Aged 12 or Over
Directed by: Charles Russell

Region 2
Running Time: 87 minutes
Production Year: 2002
Main Language: English

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Catalogue No: 9034979