Australian artist BossLogic has taken to Twitter to announce that he is been tapped to create the official IMAX Mortal Kombat film poster. That announcement, which additionally thoughtfully shared the putting poster, will be seen beneath.
The upcoming Mortal Kombat movie hits theaters and HBO Max on April 23, and expectations for the film solely proceed to climb. The movie has rather a lot to dwell as much as because it’s persevering with the legacy of some of the iconic online game franchises of all times–but it has been a couple of many years since its two predecessors, Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation in 1995 and 1997 respectively.
Australian business director Simon McQuoid is making his function directorial debut with Mortal Kombat, and he has leaned into making a splashy begin to his movie profession. In a latest interview, McQuoid mentioned he goals to have one of the best struggle scenes ever dedicated to movie, which can “drive character forward and story forward within the fight.” Whether or not he and the forged and crew managed to tug this off stays to be seen and will likely be revealed later this month–the proven fact that the movie has been rated R is an efficient signal, nevertheless. Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation have been each rated PG-13.
A bunch of trailers have come out lately, and since the red-band trailer was seen greater than 166 million occasions in its first week, one you may need missed is the newer “Meet the Kast” featurette, which showcases the “truly global and diverse group bringing your champions to life.” Simply do not watch that clip anticipating to see Johnny Cage, who we already know has been deliberately omitted from the story.