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The Mortal Kombat movie reboot from director Simon McQuoid features the defenders of Earthrealm Liu Kang, Sonya Blade, Jax Briggs and more entering the Mortal Kombat tournament to save the world from Shang Tsung, Sub-Zero, Mileena and other supernatural kombatants.

This red band Mortal Kombat (2021) trailer shows off why it's rated R.

Mortal Kombat movie release date April 16, 2021.

Mortal Kombat is an upcoming American martial arts fantasy action film directed by Simon McQuoid (in his feature directorial debut) from a screenplay by Greg Russo and Dave Callaham and a story by Oren Uziel and Russo.[1] It is based on the video game franchise of the same name created by Ed Boon and John Tobias, serving as a reboot to the Mortal Kombat film series. The film will star Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee, Josh Lawson, Tadanobu Asano, Mehcad Brooks, Ludi Lin, Chin Han, Joe Taslim, and Hiroyuki Sanada.

Mortal Kombat
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by
Simon McQuoid
Produced by
James Wan
Todd Garner
Simon McQuoid
E. Bennett Walsh
Screenplay by
Greg Russo
Dave Callaham
Story by
Oren Uziel
Greg Russo
Based on
Mortal Kombat
by Ed Boon
John Tobias
Lewis Tan
Jessica McNamee
Josh Lawson
Tadanobu Asano
Mehcad Brooks
Ludi Lin
Chin Han
Joe Taslim
Hiroyuki Sanada
Music by
Benjamin Wallfisch
Germain McMicking
Edited by
Dan Lebental
Scott Gray
New Line Cinema
Atomic Monster Productions
Broken Road Productions
Distributed by
Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date
April 16, 2021 (United States)
United States
Following the critical and commercial failure of the 1997 film Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, a third Mortal Kombat film languished in development hell for a period of nearly two decades. In late 2010, Warner Bros. Pictures, which parent company, Warner Bros. Entertainment, acquired the franchise from Midway Games in 2009, began developing a new film, with Kevin Tancharoen serving as director from a script written by Uziel in the wake of their Mortal Kombat: Rebirth short film. James Wan was announced as a producer in August 2015 and McQuoid was hired as director in November 2016. Production took place at Adelaide Studios in Adelaide and at other locations in South Australia. Principal photography occurred from September to December 2019.

Mortal Kombat is scheduled to be released in theaters and on the HBO Max streaming service by Warner Bros. Pictures on April 16, 2021.

Premise Edit

A washed-up MMA fighter is unaware of his hidden lineage or why he is being hunted down by Sub-Zero of the Lin-Kuei clan of assassins. Concerned for the safety of his family, he seeks out a clique of fighters who were chosen to defend Earthrealm in a high-stakes battle against the forces of Outworld.[2][3]

Cast Edit

Lewis Tan as Cole Young[4]
Jessica McNamee as Sonya Blade
Josh Lawson as Kano
Tadanobu Asano as Raiden
Mehcad Brooks as Jax
Ludi Lin as Liu Kang
Chin Han as Shang Tsung
Joe Taslim as Bi-Han / Sub-Zero[5]
Hiroyuki Sanada as Hanzo Hasashi / Scorpion
Max Huang as Kung Lao
Sisi Stringer as Mileena[6]
Daniel Nelson as Kabal[7]
Elissa Cadwell as Nitara[8]
Matilda Kimber as Emily Young[9][10]
Laura Brent as Alison Young[11]
Production Edit

Development Edit

James Wan, Todd Garner (on the photo above), Simon McQuoid and E. Bennett Walsh serve as producers for the reboot.
In 1997, Robin Shou's original Mortal Kombat contract was a three-picture deal,[12] and Threshold Entertainment's production on a second sequel was initially scheduled to commence shortly after the release of Annihilation, but it was shelved due to Annihilation's poor reception and disappointing box-office performance. Attempts to produce a third film since then have remained stuck in development hell with numerous script rewrites and storyline, cast, and crew changes. A November 2001 poll on the official Mortal Kombat website hosted by Threshold asked fans which characters they believed would die in the third movie.[13] The 2005 destruction of New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina greatly affected one of the film's planned shooting locations.[14] In June 2009, a bankruptcy court lawsuit saw Lawrence Kasanoff suing Midway Games while mentioning that a third film was in the works. Warner Bros. Pictures (which became the parent of New Line Cinema in 2008, after over a decade of both operating as separate divisions of Time Warner) ended up purchasing most of Midway's assets, including Mortal Kombat.[15]

In 2010, director Kevin Tancharoen released an eight-minute short film titled Mortal Kombat: Rebirth,[16] made as a pitch to Warner Bros. Pictures of a reboot of the Mortal Kombat film franchise.[17] In September 2011, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. announced that Tancharoen was hired to direct a new feature-length film from a screenplay by Mortal Kombat: Rebirth writer Oren Uziel,[18] with the intention of aiming for an R rating.[
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