First ‘Mortal Kombat’ trailer promises R-rated fatalities and fan-favorite characters
Talk about your immortal franchise. Since its humility originated as the largest (and most controversial) video game of 1992, mortal Kombat Has expanded into feature films, comic books, TV shows, and even novels. And now it’s returning to the big screen for the first time since the 1997 blockbuster, Mortal cancer. Brand new mortal Kombat The mastermind behind the cinematic universe is being overseen by proven hit producer James Wan saw To Magical To Aquaman. And based on the recently released debut trailer, the film is going to have its own signature blend of over-the-top action and graphic horror. (See trailer above)
Van is not directing mortal Kombat, Instead handing those duties over to first-time filmmaker Simon McQuoid. But the producers were instrumental in convincing Warner Bros. mortal Kombat Fans have the brutal R-rated experience that they had long been hoping to accomplish with those infamous “finishing moves”. “We had a lot of discussions about achieving balance so there was gore and blood and fatalities.” McQuoid told Entertainment Weekly Recently. “And there is Gore, Blood, and Deadly. “
There is a deep bench of fan favorite characters ranging from the ice cold sub-zero (Joe Taslim) and the fiercest Liu Kang (Ludy Lynn) to the deadly Sonya Blade (Jessica McNamee) and the instant Jacks Briggs (Mehak Brooke). In the loose plot of the film, newcomer Cole Young – an MMA fighter, played by Lewis Tan – discovers that he is part of a larger universe filled with powerful characters, who are looking to help him in turn. Are … or ending it.
Based on the Twitter response, the likes of Vann and McQueed to go R-rated will reward him when the film drops in theaters and HBO Max in April.
Fully animated characters -Features
Fully animated environment
Is based on a video game that is fully animated
-A game played and made by adults
-Movie made by adults
-Movie rated R for adults
Yet we are told that there is no adult audience for the animation.
– Oweeeeendennis (@OweeeeenDennis) February 18, 2021
mortal Kombat Premieres in theaters on April 16 and on HBO Max.
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