|Big-rig Doom II: Truck Warriors|
|Directed by||Steven Spielberg|
|Produced by||Steven Spielberg|
|Written by||EriK Frillery|
|Starring|| EriK Frillery|
|Editing by||John Froan|
|Distributed by||Paramount Pictures|
|Release date(s)||September 1, 2006 (worldwide)|
|Running time|| 127 min. threatrical cut|
139 min. extended/director's cut
|Gross revenue||$149,388,280 worldwide|
|Preceded by||Big-rig Doom|
|Followed by||Big-Rig Doom 3: Road Vikings (2006)|
Big-rig Doom II: Truck Warriors is an American action film released in 2006. The film is a sequel to Big-rig Doom, which was released in 2005.
Plot summary Edit
After Big-rig Doom, David Navvar is searching for his daughter Mary, and comes across a stranger who tells him his name is Breakneck, and the two engage in a fight, and David kills Breakneck by snapping his neck, David then sees a truck, and the trucks tries to run him over, but he kills all 9 of the guys, then a man comes out of one of the wrecked trucks, and takes him to man named Freakmeister, a Russian trucker who owns a trucking company called Truck Warriors, David, smart enough to know when to attack or not, doesn't attack, and instead leaves when he finishes the conversation.
Meanwhile in California, Michael and Troy Parker are attacked by a motorcycle gang of 49 which is really big in this small Calfornia town, and Michael and Troy only hurt most, and kill some. The rest of the plot shows Michael, Troy and David looking for Mary Navvar and taking down Truck Warriors.