A new Mortal Kombat movie is on the way, and this time the violence level will more accurately reflect the source material. Unlike the cheesy techno-fest of ’90s Mortal Kombat movies (and I say that with love), the new movie will have an R rating and feature some choice fatalities from the games. While not much more is known about the upcoming flick, viewers can go in knowing that it’ll splatter around the gore we’ve come to expect. Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation maintained PG-13 ratings, keeping violence to a relative minimum compared to the video games. That won’t be the case for the upcoming film. Screenwriter Greg Russo confirmed the R rating on Twitter, but is keeping the movie’s fatalities a secret. Insight into the new Mortal Kombat movie has been slowly trickling out since its announcement in May. We know Greg Russo is at the writing helm and Simon McQuaid is directing. The release date is set for March 5, 2021, and the film is currently under production in South Australia. ALSO: Overwatch Hero 31 delayed, Summer Games coming sooner than expected Character-wise, there have been a few insightful reports regarding the fighter lineup. This week, The Hollywood Reporter… Read full this story
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