New Mortal Kombat Movie in the Works
On August 18, 1995, “Mortal Kombat” was released in theatres throughout the United States. The movie was a film adaptation of the popular and controversial video game known for its intense game-play and gory fatalities. As a martial artist and video game fanatic, I was a huge fan of the video game series and was really looking forward to the film's release.
On opening night, I sat shoulder to shoulder with other “Mortal Kombat” fans in one of the most crowded and energized movie releases I’ve ever experienced. As the movie began and the techno-sounding theme song started playing, the crowd around me literally erupted into a roar of excitement. One hour and 40 minutes later, the movie ended and I found myself wishing for more.
Unfortunately, BeyondHollywood.com recently reported that the film's release date is being threatened by a lawsuit between Warner Brothers and Threshold Entertainment over the rights to the movie franchise. I guess we will have to wait and see what the future brings. I personally hope that Christopher Lambert is invited back to reprise the role of Rayden.
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