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The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior (19-Aug-2008)

Director: Russell Mulcahy

Writer: Randall McCormick

Music by: Klaus Badelt

Producers: James Jacks; Sean Daniel

Keywords: Fantasy/Action

First sequel to The Scorpion King (2002). Extremely bad.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Randy Couture
Wrestling
22-Jun-1963   The Natural

CAST

Michael Copon   ...   Mathayus
Karen David   ...   Layla
Simon Quarterman   ...   Ari
Tom Wu   ...   Fong
Andreas Wisniewski   ...   Pollux
Natalie Becker   ...   Astarte
and
Randy Couture   ...   Sargon
Jeremy Crutchley   ...   Baldo
Shane Manie   ...   Jesup
Peter Butler   ...   Ashur
Chase Agulhas   ...   Young Noah
Pierre Marais   ...   Young Mathayus
Warrick Grier   ...   Gen. Abalgamash
Terry Norton   ...   Inanna
Az Abrahams   ...   King Hammurabi
Abbie Maybanks   ...   Young Layla
Rafaele Sabatini   ...   Ticket Seller
Marion Holm   ...   Angry Woman
Vaneshran Arumugam   ...   Gudean Emissary
Mike Thompson   ...   Molokh
Muhammed-Reza Savant   ...   Young Crying Boy
Anthony Rowe   ...   Friend of Crying Boy
Clayton Herolds   ...   Akkadian Soldier
Wayne Shields   ...   Black Eyed Soldier
Robin Smith   ...   High Priest
Diane Wilson   ...   Woman in Swamp
Nathan Fredericks   ...   Soldier (Crying Boy)
Vincent Andrews   ...   Illyrian Warrior
Christian Bennett   ...   Shalmaneser
Clayton Evertson   ...   Stabbing Guard
Sean Higgs   ...   New High Priest

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