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Mortal Kombat film director says violence is pushed “right to the limit”

By Alex Calvin, Wednesday, 24 March 2021 16:55 GMT Gore and brutality? In Mortal Kombat? Are you sure?The upcoming Mortal Kombat movie apparently goes “right to the limit” of what it can get away with in terms of violence.That’s according to director Simon McQuoid, who told SFX Magazine – as reported by GamesRadar – that it takes its R rating seriously. Apparently, there’s stuff like someone ripping a foe’s heart out. You know, normal, cool stuff.“We wanted to push the [blood, gore and fatalities] right to the limit,” McQuoid said.He continued: “Obviously, there’s a point where the film becomes unreleasable…

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Here’s your first look at Scorpion and Sub-Zero in the new Mortal Kombat film

By Alex Calvin, Friday, 15 January 2021 17:01 GMT Has the transition from game to film been a fatality?We’ve finally had our first look at the upcoming Mortal Kombat film reboot.Entertainment Weekly, has published a number of stills showing off what some beloved characters from the bloody brawler look like on the big screen this time around.This includes Hanzo Hasashi aka Scorpion aka the Yellow Ninja, who is being played by Logan star Hiroyuki Sanada, as well as Joe Taslim’s portrayal of Bi-Han aka Sub-Zero – well, one of the Sub-Zeroes – aka the Blue Ninja.The film apparently kicks off…

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Mortal Kombat movie to come to HBO Max same day as cinemas

By Alex Calvin, Friday, 4 December 2020 17:52 GMT Watch the upcoming film on your small screen the same day it hits the big screen.The upcoming Mortal Kombat movie is set to launch on the HBO Max streaming service the same day that it launches in cinemas.Media giant Warner has revealed its new strategy for films in 2021, opting to release its movies on its HBO Max platform for one month in the US when they come to the silver screen. Films in this initiative include Mortal Kombat, as well as The Matrix 4, Godzilla vs Kong and a Tom…