Ed Boon has been a prolific fixture on Twitter for many years, supplying fans with all kinds of information and teasers, using everything from his avatar and header to fuel hype. A change in username is very rare, and the latest could signal a surprising connection to the Mortal Kombat movie sequel. Read on for rumors & detail:

You can always find the MK co-creator by his @noobde handle, but if you're searching for him by name, you'll want to keep your eye out for "Ed Boon down under".

The NetherRealm Studios Chief Creative Officer made the switch recently, adding the Australian flag to his username, with a tweet of the Australian map and a starry-eyed emoji following the quip "Speaking of Kameos". A dual reference to the Kameo support fighters in the upcoming Mortal Kombat 1 reboot -- and perhaps a mission objective.

The Mortal Kombat movie sequel is now filming in Queensland, Australia, and it seems as if the MK co-creator is on his way to the island nation to film some type of cameo appearance!

Confirming his travels to the other side of the globe; Boon noted the long fourteen hour flight ahead with plans for some in-flight movie viewing: "Time to watch Avengers Endgame…. 5 times in a row"

If he indeed finds his way into the finished sequel, it won't be the first time Ed Boon has appeared in Mortal Kombat media. He provided the voice for Scorpion in the 1995 feature film and its sequel, reprising the iconic shouts heard in video games with a few new words recorded for the beefed up role.

He also portrayed "Ed Goodman" in the third episode of the Mortal Kombat: Legacy webseries. There he was a TV producer participating in a talking heads segment on Johnny Cage for The Electric Playground. The episode also featured NetherRealm's Shaun Himmerick and Matt Mullins as Cage.

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