2020 is set to treat us into great battles and fatalities with a Warner Bros. effort. Yes, the famed studio is bringing the first-ever Mortal Kombat animated feature film into reality. Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge is a surefire upcoming film that is expected to give a different take from franchise classics like 1995's Mortal Kombat and 1997's Annihilation. The heroes of Earth and those from Outworld and Netherrealm are set to compete for supremacy. Aside from being an animated movie, with lots of fighting, it is just noteworthy that the film has an R-rating. Well, if that is enough to get you intrigued, then you also better know that 'Batman: Assault of Arkham' head guy Ethan Spaulding is directing the film with 'Teen Titans Go! Vs. Teen Titans’ Jeremy Adams getting screenwriting credits. What we can guarantee fans is that you can see more of your favorite Mortal Kombat characters in here to battle it out.
Based on the worldwide hit video game created by Ed Boon, Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge focuses on the once-in-a-generation tournament that is set to entertain us all. If you have seen the movie's trailer, then you must already have an idea about what the film brings. In this list, we have some of the biggest reveals you will notice from the Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge trailer. If you can't wait for spring to watch all the action, why don't you first rewatch the other Mortal Kombat movies to get you pumped up? Enjoy!
We all know that the past Mortal Kombat movies all have brought the action and gore to the big screen in a lot of ways. Well, Scorpion's Revenge's R-rating is very much justified by all the violence that the trailer shows. If you're looking for a Mortal Kombat film that is actually violent and action-packed, then this might just be what you have been looking for.
Fittingly so, Mortal Kombat series creator Ed Boon's favorite character occupies a lot of screen time for the new film, at least via the trailer. Of course, the trailer indicates that the story will somehow revolve around Scorpion. If that is the case, we just hope that the undead ninja brings out his fatality a number of times for every one of us to be left in awe.
If you can recognize some voices in the Scorpion's Revenge trailer, that is because you might be familiar with a lot of them. A star-studded cast with the likes of Joel McHale as Johnny Cage and Jennifer Carpenter as Sonya have come to lead the film's dubbing line-up. Plus, Patrick Seitz, who voices Scorpion in the video games Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe and Mortal Kombat X reprises his role for this new project.
If you've watched a lot of action scenes from the Batman animated series during the 90s', you'll probably get a lot of the same vibe from the Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge trailer. The visual style as compared with other animations from that era is strikingly similar and we are not complaining at all. For the first animated release for the franchise, it sure looks pretty cool.
Based on previous Mortal Kombat films. we know that the element of dueling will always be a part of the franchise. This new movie looks like it contains pretty much a lot of things and characters from the past films, but with the liberty of animation. You can expect to see more extensive battle scenes and fatalities, though.
|1||It is brutal as it can get||Other||19||Paid|
|2||Scorpion gets a lot of exposure||Other||13||Paid|
|3||We can hear familiar voices||Other||7||Paid|
|4||It screams '90s animation all over||Other||2||Paid|
|5||It's going to be classic Mortal Kombat||Other||0||Paid|
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