They've never appeared in the movie adaptations before but you'll now be able to watch at least some of these play out on the silver screen according to screenwriter Greg Russo. If the Mortal Kombat movie fights are known for one thing, it's a very questionable semi-animatronic Goro getting punched in the balls. Unlike the cheesy techno-fest of '90s Mortal Kombat movies (and I say that with love), the new movie will have an R rating and feature some choice fatalities from the games.
Now here is something really cool for all Mortal Kombat fans out there. The Mortal Kombat video games were notoriously violent. It had more realistic action, gore, and fatalities. He specifically said he won't tell us which Fatalities we will see, but we might be able to put together some answers. An allegedly incomplete Mortal Kombat cast list suggests he'll be joined by people playing Kano, Sonya Blade, Raiden, and a new character called Cole Turner. That won't be the case for the upcoming film. The plot remains a mystery, but it can be presumed that the movie could cover the first tournament - much like the first film.
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While we still don't have an official name for the movie, whatever form Mortal Kombat takes is on track for a March 2021 release. It just saw its first confirmed casting, with The Raid: Redemption's Joe Taslim signing on as Sub-Zero.