The trailer for the upcoming movie- Mortal Kombat has officially landed on the internet, and it is insanely brutal. The trailer’s footages are very violent in appearance as they show Sub Zero, the villain over here, tearing apart their arms and legs as he is set on a hunt to find and kill the protagonist Cole Young. The protagonist over here has a particular birthmark which indicates that he is destined to engage in a fight in a specific special tournament named Mortal Kombat. The newly released trailer has proved how fatal this film will be.
Mortal Kombat Trailer Released
The trailer contains violent bloodshed and intense combat scenes from the upcoming movie which can be inappropriate to some viewers so make sure you are above 18 years to watch this trailer and unless and until you are signed into youtube this trailer won’t start. And if you are below 18 we strictly recommend you not to watch this trailer.
The trailer is only available on Youtube as it is age-restricted. There are many other characters that appear in Mortal Kombat, like Sonja Blade, Raiden, and Scorpion. A few of the iconic fatalities will also be present, like Lui Kang transforming into a fire dragon and the heart rip of Kano. Simon McQuoid, the director of the movie, was not lying about the fact that the film will show a lot of blood and be R-rated.
The trailer of the said movie had earlier leaked online before its official release. This made the official launch lose its impact. The actor of Shang Tsung, Chin Han, spoke a lot about the villain on the big screen much before the trailer came out.
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The villain is compared to be the sorcerer who is true to the source material. He feeds on souls and can change shapes. His appetite makes him a force of nature. The actor finds this to be dark humour. He also says that role has its authenticity. Not just the villain, the other characters also seem believable.
The movie will hit the theatres and HBO Max on the 16th of April in the United States. In the UK, the film will release a bit later in 2021.