Prepare to see some real violent fatalities on the new Mortal Kombat movie. Warner Bros takes another stab on adopting the popular video game war franchise by allowing a little stabbing (and whipping and breaking and disembling) this time. While the previous Mortal Kombat feature films were stuck tightly with a PG-13, the new Mortal Kombat rating would be a poor R, according to screenwriter Greg Russo .
Russo concluded that the upcoming Warner Bros's upcoming feature of the huge successful fantasy fighter game would be to make sure that R.
"As other team members have revealed this, I will make a it's in bed, "says Russo. "[ Mortal Kombat ] IS R-Rated and for the first time, THE TRUTH is finally on the big screen (and I will not tell which ones are) for the movie and see !!"
Since other members of this group have stated this, I will make this one in bed. MK IS R-Rated and for the first time NO, BODY is finally on the big screen (and I'm not gonna say which ones) You'll just have to wait for the movie and see !!! 😉 pic.twitter.com/aVTewH4t28
– Greg Russo (@WriterRusso) July 12, 2019
It will instantly set new Mortal Kombat produced by The Conjuring and director of Aquaman James Wan and led by first-time director Simon McQuoid . The first Mortal Kombat film directed by Paul W.S. Anderson came out in 1995 on tough tests, but the Mortal Kombat of 1997: Annihilation was met by temptation. It is for discussion if PG-13 ratings are a major reason for poor movie acceptance, but considering the violent nature of the games, an R-rating is relevant.
This is a rating that will be a long time to come, bearing in mind the complex history of violence and the Mortal Kombat video games. The first Mortal Kombat game was launched in 1992 and earned the acclaim and a loyal following, as well as the controversy over the wildly graphic depictions of violence. The controversy eventually got the attention of Congress, which used the clips Mortal Kombat as a basic example of the annihilating effects of violence in video games. A R-rating for a Mortal Kombat feels like a franchise movie that finally flees the bloody, bloody colors in the face of its controversy.
There are no details of the official plot, but assuming the film follows the main premise of the game, Mortal Kombat will likely focus on a line-up of some of the best warriors from our world attacks against super-powered beings from other dimensions, all in the name of world domination
Mortal Kombat is set to start shooting this year, with a 2021 release date likely.
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