Dwayne JohnsonDwayne Johnson's only spoken lines are in Ancient Egyptian. He joked that the translation of his line "Haku Machente" meant "It's hot as hell."
The interiors of the O'Connells' house were filmed in the Shepperton Studios offices used by Ridley ScottRidley Scott and [?] Tony Scott.
The designs on Anuk Su Namun's sleeves on her dress look exactly like her body paint in her previous life.
In the scene where they enter the room full of gold, one of the statues in the back of the room is a life-sized Oscar statue that is partially obscured by other items.
This sequel was greenlit by Universal the morning after The Mummy opened in May 1999.
Brendan FraserBrendan Fraser tore a spinal disk, cracked a rib, and injured his knees during production. Dwayne JohnsonDwayne Johnson suffered from food poisoning and sunstroke.
Despite fighting his character (The Scorpion King) in the finale, at the time of release Brendan FraserBrendan Fraser had not met The Rock Dwayne JohnsonDwayne Johnson.
Although the characters of Rick and Evelyn had grown and matured in the second film, Director Stephen SommersStephen Sommers wanted it to be clear that Jonathan had learned absolutely nothing from his first adventure.
Rachel WeiszRachel Weisz's character Nerfertiri was originally called Nefertiti but the producers felt that people would make "boob" jokes about the name so it was changed to that of another Egyptian queen.
The voice of the Scorpion King, at the end of the film, was dubbed by Brazilian rock singer Max CavaleraMax Cavalera.