Mortal Kombat movie producer says the film currently has no release date, don’t expect a trailer anytime soon

As a result of the ongoing global health crisis, there is a level of uncertainty surrounding the film industry with theatres temporarily shutting down and studios significantly rescheduling their release date calendars, and now, it seems like the upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot has now been affected.


Taking to Twitter, Mortal Kombat producer Todd Garner revealed that the movie is now without a release date until further notice and we shouldn’t expect a trailer anytime soon.

“Well, I thought by the casts’ social media you would’ve figured out we’re shooting a few more days,” said Garner. “We’d always planned for it & thought we’d do it in March. The pandemic had other plans. We won’t have a release date for the movie until theaters re-open. Same for trailer.”

While we don’t know many plot details, we do know McQuoid’s new adaptation will be rated R with actor Lewis Tan teasing the film’s approach to the infamous fatalities featured in the video games.

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The Mortal Kombat reboot is being directed by Simon McQuoid with James Wan (Aquaman) producing. The cast includes Max Huang (Time Raiders) as Kung Lao, Ludi Lin (Power Rangers) as Liu Kang, Joe Taslim (The Raid) as Sub Zero, Mehcad Brooks (Supergirl) as Jax, Tadanobu Asano (Thor: Ragnarok as Raiden, Jessica McNamee (The Meg) as Sonya Blade, Josh Lawson (House of Lies) as Kano, Sisi Stringer (Bloody Hell) as Mileena, and Lewis Tan (Wu Assassins).



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