The Mortal Kombat movie reboot is fast approaching with a newly confirmed April release date set for theatres and streaming. Actors playing most major characters have been reported, but producer Todd Garner has confirmed the identity of one rumored fighter we didn't necessarily expect: Kabal!
When Mortal Kombat is finally released in 2021 it will receive a simultaneous premier in theaters and streaming! HBO Max announced the radical shift in business for Warner Bros movies with a slate of blockbuster releases coming to the big screen and premium streaming platform. Watch the trailer:
The long awaited Mortal Kombat theatrical reboot is expected to undergo indeterminate delays as a result of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. Producer Todd Garner commented on COVID-19's impact, which pushed back scheduled reshoots and delayed rumored plans for a teaser trailer. Read on for more info:
A time of global pandemic has led the world's favourite fan conventions to find conscientious alternatives to prevent the spread of potentially lethal coronavirus. New York Comic-Con went virtual this week, with NetherRealm Creative Director Ed Boon attending an official NYCC stream to celebrate the announcement of Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate. Watch:
Warner Brothers have released a new schedule for its projected theatrical slate, announcing new dates for a variety of high-profile projects, including The Matrix 4, The Flash, and Mortal Kombat! The fighting game's blockbuster return to the big screen will now be a few months sooner than originally expected! Read on:
Somewhere in the wilds of Australia the new Mortal Kombat movie is now deep into production. The live-action reboot will boast a roster of anticipated classic kombatants, but the latest casting confirmation has revealed someone fairly unexpected: NItara! Read on for details: