peek on Mortal Kombat 2 It was revealed by getting a first look at several of the main cast members together, on location as filming commenced. Recently, producer Todd Garner revealed Twitter Production has officially begun on the sequel. Now he’s shared two new photos, one of which includes some returning cast members dining with some newcomers. Of course, no one really fits the character, though, sporting Karl Urban’s new hairdo that may give us our first peek at how he looks as fan-favorite fighter Johnny Cage. You can see the post below.
It’s an interesting assortment we’ve got here for you Mortal Kombat 2 The cast, which also includes other newcomers like Tati Gabrielle (Jade), Adeline Rudolph (Kitana), and Ana Thu Nguyen (Queen Sindel), as well as other returning stars like Jessica McNamee (Sonya Blade) and Mehcad Brooks (Jax Briggs), and Woody Lin (Liu Kang). but not all The cast member is pictured. Notably absent is mega-actor Martin Ford, who was recently cast as the main villain Shao Kahn. Other returning stars like Louis Tan (Cole Young) and Joe Tasleem (Sub-Zero) are also missing.
Meanwhile, Garner also shared a photo from the set of File Mortal Kombat-style lantern, and the image alone was enough to start contributing to the hype of the sequel.
Round Two: Fight!
Garner also recently promised that all feedback from the first movie has been taken into account, and the plan is for that Mortal Kombat 2 to be better than the 2021 installment. With that, Garner is also asking fans to be respectful of their opinions on social media this time around.
“Stop it! Glad to start and trust me, we listened,” the producer said on Twitter. “We’ve learned from mistakes and are committed to making the best MK2 possible. Me, 100% support everyone’s right to their opinions, but I have the right not to offend you and I’m going to block you. So…let’s have a great ride!”
Mortal Kombat 2 Simon McQuaid will return to the director’s chair with the upcoming script from Jeremy Slater. Garner produces alongside James Wan, Michael Clear, E. Bennett, Walsh, and McQuaid.
the previous Mortal Kombat The movie was a hit when it was released in 2021. It was given a release date and date, which made it available on Max (then HBO Max) the same day it hit theaters. The movie still earned a respectable $84 million, given it was released during the pandemic era. It also became the most-watched new movie on Max for 2021, and those numbers were teased by Warner Bros. Pictures. To celebrate the success of the video game adaptation. This led to a sequel being requested, and since the reviews weren’t perfect for the first film, that criticism may have led to some changes for the sequel, Garner suggests.
Mortal Kombat 2 There is still no official release date.