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The Mortal Kombat Film Sequel Now Has A Release Date

The blood-soaked sequel will also hit IMAX

In a report from Deadline, The Mortal Kombat reboot sequel has received a date for it’s bloody impact to splatter us all – as well as a promise of some bigger-than-big screen action to really enjoy the viscera.

Filming wrapped earlier this year, with the film now solidly in pre-production. Delays impacted the film due to the SAG-AFTRA strikes that have occurred, but we are now in a position where the studio is confident in revealing their timeline for release – targeting a 2025 release schedule, so you better mark October 25 on your calendars.

Sequel wise, there are a lot of reasons to be excited for this next entry – particularly if you enjoyed the 2021 original, as I did. Director Simon McQuoid returned to helm the production, and was joined by a positively massive amount of the original cast – going so far as to even pack in a few of the peeps that didn’t survive the first film.

Then for the sake of enjoying some new faces that were conspicuously absent from the first movie – Karl Urban, the absolute legend who has portrayed both Judge Dredd and is a huge face in Amazon’s The Boys, has stepped in to play the gung-ho Hollywood hero of Johnny Cage, joined by other larger than life humans such as:

  • Martyn Ford (F9: The Fast Saga) as Shao Kahn
  • Desmond Chiam (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) as Edenia’s King Jarrod
  • Ana Thu Nguyen (Suka) as Queen Sindel
  • Damon Herriman (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) as Quan Chi
  • Tati Gabrielle (Uncharted) as Jade
  • Adeline Rudolph (Resident Evil) and Kitana

It is a monstrous cast of signature Mortal Kombat faces, promising a real hearty delve into the mythos of Mortal Kombat narrative – with all signs pointing to this particular entry perhaps addressing the titular tournament that lends the series its name. Will we finally see the kompetition take place? I know I’ll be strapping in for October next year to find out.

Did you enjoy the first film? Are you pumped for the sequel? Let us know in the comments or on our social media.

Shoutouts to Deadline.

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Written By Ash Wayling

Known throughout the interwebs simply as M0D3Rn, Ash is bad at video games. An old guard gamer who suffers from being generally opinionated, it comes as no surprise that he is both brutally loyal and yet, fiercely whimsical about all things electronic. On occasion will make a youtube video that actually gets views. Follow him on YouTube @Bad at Video Games


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