Well, after so many years of false starts, a new live-action "Mortal Kombat" is on the way, with James Wan guiding the whole thing as executive producer. The movie is expected to film in Adelaide, Australia, and it is expected to be the most significant production in Adelaide's history.
Lin was in an episode of "Black Mirror", and he played a fighting character in a "Mortal Kombat" inspired video game. Jax became a playable character in Mortal Kombat II and he's U.S. Special Forces and the brawny superior to Sonya in the game. Joe Taslim is now scheduled to play Sub-Zero in the film, and if everything goes according to plan, Tadanobu Asano will play Raiden.
In other news, it was recently announced that Mortal Kombat 11 is 2019's best-selling game overall in the United States so far. While not confirmed yet, it's also reported that Thor: Ragnarok actor Tadanobu Asano is in talks to play Raiden, according to Deadline.
Well, after news that The Raid's Joe Taslim has landed the role of Sub-Zero, the producers of Mortal Kombat have made some new additions to the billing and they're more exciting than executing the ideal fatality. We certainly can't wait to see Asano as Raiden in the film.
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The film is set to be released on March 5, 2021. Liu Kang, who not-so-subtly resembled Bruce Lee, was one of the seven original characters introduced in the first game, which consisted of one-on-one matches in a tournament held on the fictional Shang Tsung's island in a world called Earthrealm.