Blood, Gore… Fatality.
Mortal Kombat is an iconic franchise; this game started raising concerns in parents before GTA started releasing sex scenes, it’s been adapted into TV shows, animated movies, movies and comics but besides the games and comics the Cinematic adaptations for TV or Cinema have never been the best.
But it seems that might be poised to change, the latest trailer for the Mortal Kombat movie reboot looks very promising. The movie will be introducing a new character called Cole, Cole will essentially be acting as the viewers, taking us through the world of mortal kombat.
The trailer also showed a familiar cast of characters fans will be happy to see like; Lui Kang, Kung Lao, Sonya Blade, Jax, Kano, Raiden, Mileena, Shang tsung, Goro, a tease of reptile and the longest running rivalry in gaming; Scorpion and Sub-zero.
The trailer promises a lot of well-choreographed fight scenes, blood, gore, lite humor and action. Mortal Kombat fans will be pleased to know that there was little CGI used in terms of the environment and characters to give the movie a bit of realism.
As it stands, a lot of media outlets and influencers are impressed with the trailer and we hope the movie delivers as it hits screens on HBO max on April 16th 2021.
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