Published: Sat, July 13, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Mortal Kombat movie reboot Rated-R and promises fatalities

Mortal Kombat movie reboot Rated-R and promises fatalities

They've never appeared in the movie adaptations before but you'll now be able to watch at least some of these play out on the silver screen according to screenwriter Greg Russo.

Greg Russo, the writer behind the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie reboot, has confirmed that the film will not only be R-rated, but will also feature the series' trademark Fatalities.

For those of you who are anxious that the Mortal Kombat reboot will be a watered-down PG-13 affair, don't be.

In 1995, Mortal Kombat fans were blessed with a motion picture based on their favorite blood-and-guts fighting game.

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Hold your horses! because the next Mortal Kombat movie will be R-rate and for our suprise, it will also include fatalities. It had more realistic action, gore, and fatalities. He recently posted a Tweet announcing the news and reinforcing what other members of the Mortal Kombat movie team had been discussing online. He specifically said he won't tell us which Fatalities we will see, but we might be able to put together some answers.

Are you excited about Mortal Kombat on the Big screen? The film has no release date, but it is going to be released by Warner Brothers Studios.

The Mortal Kombat movie is being produced by James Wan (Aquaman and Fast 7) and is due to begin shooting later this year. We already know that Joe Taslim has been cast as Sub-Zero.

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