The film is described as a "bold cinematic adventure based on the blockbuster video game franchise", and with pre-production set to begin later this month and actual production set to begin before the year is out, we should know more sooner rather than later.
The upcoming Mortal Kombat movie will be filmed and produced in Australia.
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Producing alongside Saw co-creator and Aquaman director Wan is Todd Garner (Isn't It Romantic, Tag), and the EPs are Larry Kasanoff (Mortal Kombat , True Lies), E. Bennett Walsh (Men in Black: International, The Amazing Spider-Man 2), Michael Clear (The Nun, Lights Out). "The State Government's investment in Mortal Kombat will enhance the scope and reach of our production and post production capabilities, bringing the promise of fantastic new jobs for the local film industry".
This might not be the only Mortal Kombat film in development either.
Once again, that's production on Mortal Kombat in, and we can not stress this enough, Adelaide. "It will be perfectly suited for this fantasy-action project". The announcement marks the largest production in South Australia history, a fitting accolade for a film that traverses Earth and other realms. Murmurs about a new film in the venerable fighting game series have been doing the rounds for years now, so it's good to see something finally materialise after all this time. Just like Shang Tsung created lots of job opportunities when he started the first Mortal Kombat tournament. 1995's Mortal Kombat is still a great-looking, entertaining movie, although 1997's follow up Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is batshit very bad (I do love Musetta Vander's Sindel).