This is the first time a Mortal Kombat movie with such vibe is getting released on a big screen. The reason for the vibe is that the movie is R-rated. And absolutely it is, Mortal Kombat Reboot along with its fatalities, Greg Russo tweeted. The movie will showcase its signature fatalities.
Since it's already been stated by other members of the team, I'm gonna put this one to bed. MK WILL be R-Rated and for the first time EVER, FATALITIES will FINALLY be on the big screen (and no I'm not gonna say which ones) You'll just have to wait for the movie & see!!! 😉 pic.twitter.com/aVTewH4t28
— Greg Russo (@WriterRusso) July 12, 2019
Greg’s tweet made havoc over the internet, while the members of the films discussed it online. However, he didn’t disclose the temperature of the fatalities. It is expected the movie will counter it’s almost finisher fatalities in the film. This is what fans are waiting to visualize it on a big screen.
Mortal Kombat Reboot will portray harsh fatalities
While a very little detail of the movie is outsourced. Nothing much but the fatalities in the movie will be real. The initial production shooting will start this year in Australia. Another, major revelation confirmed from the film franchise, is its main character. Joe Taslim, the actor from “The Raid: Redemption” will portray the most iconic character, Sub Zero.
Another set of arguable characters are Kano, Raiden and a fresh character called Cole Turner. Joe Tasnim as Sub-Zero will join this character from the incomplete list of cast revealed. A new director Simon McQuoid, out of the blue will direct the movie. And the movie will be produced by James Wan, a veteran from the movie industry.
No news of any release date for now
However, Mortal Kombat carried an M-Rating for most of its versions. But, 1995 Mortal Kombat and Annihilation joined the PG-13 rating for most of its inhabitable scenes. While there are movies which carried a box-office success like Deadpool and John Wick.
Mortal Kombat Reboot seems to par the R-rated movies at this time. And the level of bloodshed will be extremely violent. For now, the release of the movie isn’t slated. But a projected date is murmuring around as March 5, 2021.
Thus, Mortal combat Movie Reboot is lacking with plot synopsis and cast members. This twitter news seems that the movie will enjoy bloodshed, eye-balls popping and even skull cracks.
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