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Local News Details Mortal Kombat Movie Location Filming

The 2021 Mortal Kombat feature film has begun shooting in South Australia, and local news coverage of Day 1 has revealed more details about the various locations the southern state will double for.

Mortal Kombat Movie Begins Filming

Production for the Mortal Kombat movie reboot has officially begun in South Australia! Monday local time marked the first day of principal photography on Simon McQuoid's directorial debut and writer Greg Russo has let fans share the monumentous occasion with behind the scenes photos.

Australian Hopefuls Lineup For Mortal Kombat Extras

They came in droves, wielding a unique array of skills and attire, all united by a single mutual goal: to participate in the next Mortal Kombat. It wasn't a scene from the classic fighting game franchise, but rather the first stage in the process for casting around 1,500 extras who'll appear in the 2021 feature film reboot...

Mortal Kombat Australian Pre-Production Announced

The wait is finally over: Mortal Kombat will begin pre-production later this month, to begin filming in Australia later in the year! The movie reboot was officially announced with a special event held by local politician Steven Marshall, touting the investement as South Australia's biggest film production to date.

GameSpot Australia Interviews Hector Sanchez
It looks like James Kozanecki over at GameSpot Australia had the chance to interview Hector Sanchez from the MK design team at NetheЯRealm Studios! Here’s a little bit of what he had to say:
Hector Sanchez: “We’re opening up the frame windows a little bit more to link combos together... We’re not doing the dial-a-combo thing that Mortal Kombat’s had before. The combos are actually customized for each one of the characters and as you play more, you’ll be able to discover different combos that work together. It’s not just ‘Okay, hit these six buttons in a row’ and then some canned animation plays. Everything actually flows together, the animations open up on certain frame counts. We’re really trying to get that more in-depth – pay attention to what’s going on, get your timing together, and stuff. There’s a lot of cool surprises. I’m sure soon enough, just like with any other game, the fans are going to discover things that even we didn’t think of. We’re giving the fans the tools, and we’ll see what kind of painting they can come up with the tools.”
To watch the video in its entirety, click here and fast forward to about the 4:40 mark. A big thanks to fellow MK fansite Inside Mortal Kombat for the word on this update!
Mortal Kombat In Hyper Magazine Summary

Last week it was revealed that the upcoming Mortal Kombat game would be making a featured appearance in Australia's Hyper magazine. Today we report on the material covered within this magazine. Though not much new is mentioned, the magazine contains several images featuring the likes of Sektor and Reptile as well as a high quality artwork of Raiden. In addition, there is a timeline of Mortal Kombat's history.