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  1. Category:The Mummy Villains | Villains Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Category:The_Mummy_Villains

    Villains from The Mummy films, including the 1932 horror film, the 1959 remake, the 1999-2015 action remake series and its spinoff cartoon television series, and 2017 - "Dark Universe" remake series. This also includes spinoff movies such as The Scorpion King series and those that appear in the tie-in games.

  2. Imhotep (remake) | Villains Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Imhotep_(remake)
    • History
    • The Mummy: Animated Series
    • The Mummy Returns Game
    • Powers and Abilities
    • Weaknesses

    When he was restored to life in 1926 A.D., Imhotep gained several powers, including regeneration, invulnerability, turning himself into sand, and controlling the desert sands by creating sandstorms, as well as the ability to wield the Ten Plagues of Egypt to an unspecified degree; he was seen to turn water to blood, unleashing locusts, and control the people of the city by inflicting them with boils and sores (Although these last were used before he regained his full powers, which may account...

    For the cartoon continuity, Imhotep's backstory was changed due to censorship reasons. When he was alive, Imhotep, instead of having an affair with Anck-Su-Namun, attempted to use the Scrolls of Thebes to steal the Manacle of Osiris in order \\"make the world his own\\". However he as caught and mummified. After his defeat by the O'Connells, he was once again resurrected by the jealous archaeologist, Colin Weasler who intended on having Imhotep become his slave.This backfired and Weasler became I...

    Imhotep appears in the video game adaptation of the 2001 sequel, he is also a playable character in the game.

    As a mortal, Imhotep demonstrated great mystical powers as the pharaoh's High Priest. After being resurrected as a mummy and suffer the curse of Hom Dai by his persecutors, he gained new powers alongside his old ones. 1. Invulnerability: Imhotep had demonstrated that he was virtually invulnerable to the weapons of the modern age, including both guns and swords. He demonstrated that even if he was hit by blades or bullets, he simply will not die. It is also logical to assume that he is immune...

    1. Ancient Egyptian Artifacts: Being resurrected by the Book of the Dead, Imhotep proved to be near invincible. The only problem he faced even when fully regenerated, was a vulnerability to artifacts of mystical nature. Artifacts such as the Book of Amun-Ra or The Scroll of Thoth (1932 original film) had the power to strip him of his immortal powers, rendering him mortal. 2. Cats: According to Terence Bey, cats are the guardians of the underworld. Since Imhotep came back from the underworld,...

  3. Ahmanet | Villains Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Ahmanet
    • Appearance and Concept
    • Background
    • Dark Universe Series
    • Personality
    • Powers and Abilities
    • Relationships
    • Trivia

    With discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb by Howard Carter in 1922, alongside notions of a curse associated with mummies (see Curse of the Pharaohs for more information) and process of mummification on deceased Egyptians in the past, The Mummy is conceived as one of Universal Monster's iconic character, depicted as cursed undead being and reanimated mummy who awakened by desecration of his/her grave and proceed to wreaking havoc on humanity. With more horror films and other mass medias in 20th cen...

    Ahmanet was born in the 3000's B.C. to King Menehptre and his wife. However, Ahmanet's mother died as a result of giving birth to her. With no other heirs, Menehptre promised Ahmanet that, when he died, she would ascend to his throne as Pharaoh. As such, she was trained physically and mentally day and night, develop into a beautiful, cunning and ruthless princess and future Pharaoh would.However, in 2983 B.C., Menehptre would have a child with his second wife. This child was a boy, and Menehp...

    Ahmanet would remain imprisoned until June 9, 2017, when an airstrike called upon by soldier of fortune Sergeant Nick Morton and his friend Corporal Chris Vail revealed her tomb. Under the orders of Colonel Greenway, the tomb was investigated by Morton, Vail, and archaeologist Jennifer Halsey. Just as Jenny realized that the tomb is in fact, a prison, Morton shot the contraption keeping Ahmanet's sarcophagus submerged in the mercury, and the sarcophagus was raised so that all three could see...

    Ahmanet's most defining trait is her ambitiousness, ruthlessness, and megalomaniacal complex behind her charisma; a power-hunger and vengeful princess, she is willing to do anything to make herself greatest ruler of Egypt (and later the whole world), even if it means murdering those who stood in her way which includes her own family and deliberately making a pact with Set despite knowing that it would lead to a cursed life for eternity. Moreover, because of her ruthlessness, Ahmanet apparentl...

    As Dark Universe's incarnation of The Mummy, Ahmanet possesses similar powers and abilities with previous incarnation of the character, the dreaded Imhotep (particularly Sommers' version of the character). The difference is her dark powers came from meddling with Egyptian Witchcraft and the pact with Seth rather than the curse of Hom Dai that Imhotep was subjected to, Ahmanet's powers, though similar to Imhotep's, are different and, therefore, not as powerful as Sommers' version of Imhotep. E...

    1. Menehptre † - Father and Victim 2. Unnamed stepmother † - Stepmother and Victim 3. Unnamed newborn half-brother † - Half-Brother and Victim

    1. Ahmanet is the second titular character of The Mummy film series to be portrayed as a female, as past renditions saw the Mummy's being presented as male figures, thus making her the second female Mummy to be represented in the franchise after the sequel of the 1999's version. 1. In addition to making her the second female mummy, this film also tells a new, original story centered around the titular character, as opposed to reusing the story of Imhotep, the first mummy, or Kharis, the seco...

  4. Imhotep (original) | Villains Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Imhotep_(original)

    Imhotep is the main antagonist of the 1932 classic horror film The Mummy. He was an Egyptian High Priest who was cursed and mummified alive when he tried to resurrect his lost love.

  5. Beni Gabor | Villains Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Beni_Gabor
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    Little is known of Beni's past: a Hungarian con artist and soldier, he was a member of the French Foreign Legion during the 1920s, supposedly a friend to fellow Legionnaire Rick O'Connell. On the orders of an overambitious commander, they were part of a garrison sent out of Libya and into the Egyptian desert to search for the lost city of Hamunaptra; though they found the city, they are quickly attacked by the Medjai defenders. Before the army can even reach the Legion's front lines, Beni flees the scene for the safety of the ruins - casually abandoning Rick to die at the hands of the Medjai by sealing the door behind him. After making his way back to civilization, Beni leaves the Legion altogether and sets himself up as a fraudulent guide: as he eventually makes clear, his business thrives by charging exorbitant sums to lead travelers to Hamunaptra, only to abandon them in the middle of the desert before they can ask for their money back. However, he eventually ends up being hired...

    Beni is an arrogant, avaricious, cowardly, lying, sycophantic, and thoroughly unpleasant little man who shows little loyalty to any side in any given conflict, casually betraying even those he considers his friends in order to preserve his own life and fortunes: the only guarantee of his services to the Americans is the promise of a larger fee, and the only the guarantee of his service to Imhotep is the threat of a horrible death - which only works as long as the mummy is around to keep an eye on him. Petty, vicious, and cutthroat, Beni is more than happy to gloat and torment others while in a position of power, gladly rubbing Mr. Burns's imminent death in his face; if his position shows any sign of weakness, however, he will flee. For example, when first confronted by Rick on the ferry, he responds with open toadying and pleas for mercy, but later, when armed and with the Americans at his back, he appears far more confident. Similarly, during his first encounter with Imhotep, he do...

    Though not appeared in The Mummy: The Animated Series which based on the first two film that set on its own continuity, Beni was heavily referenced on Colin Weasler, whom regarded by fans as Beni's...

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  7. The Mummy (2017 film) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Mummy_(2017_film)

    The Mummy is a 2017 American action-adventure film directed by Alex Kurtzman and written by David Koepp, Christopher McQuarrie, and Dylan Kussman, with a story by Kurtzman, Jon Spaihts, and Jenny Lumet.

  8. The Mummy (1999) - IMDb › title › tt0120616

    May 07, 1999 · Directed by Stephen Sommers. With Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo. At an archaeological dig in the ancient city of Hamunaptra, an American serving in the French Foreign Legion accidentally awakens a mummy who begins to wreak havoc as he searches for the reincarnation of his long-lost love.

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  9. The Mummy (1999 film) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Mummy_(1999_film)

    The Mummy is a 1999 American film written and directed by Stephen Sommers.It is a remake of the 1932 film of the same title and stars Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, and Kevin J. O'Connor, with Arnold Vosloo in the title role as the reanimated mummy.

  10. List of The Mummy characters - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_The_Mummy_(film

    Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo) is the title character and antagonist of The Mummy and The Mummy Returns. In 1290 BC, Imhotep was High priest of Osiris under the rule of Pharaoh Seti I. He began an affair with Pharaoh Seti's mistress, Anck-su-namun, and they murdered the Pharaoh when he discovered it.

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