Scorpion’s Revenge Trailer Brings First Look at R-Rated Animated Movie




The first official trailer for the new animated film Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion & # 39; s Revenge has arrived. Prepared for release in the spring of 2020 on Blu-ray, DVD and digital, the film brings together many of our favorite fans of the video game franchise, including the titular ninja and his freezing enemy Sub-Zero. Even better, the film is rated R, which means that the violence we expect from the franchise will be present in all its bloody goodness. To see what Revenge of the Scorpion will look like you can watch the movie's official trailer below.

The animated feature film Mortal The movie Kombat is directly based on the video game series created by Ed Boon and John Tobias. His interpretation of the traditional history of Mortal Kombat focuses on a tournament organized between the champions of Outworld and Earthrealm, which "will ultimately determine the fate of the Earth and all its citizens. " To protect Earthrealm, Lord Raiden must bring together the greatest fighters in the kingdom to lead the fight at Shang Tsung. Of course, given the source and R rating of the film, we can expect to see many animated deaths similar to the video game series.

The distribution of the new film Mortal Kombat has also been revealed. The main actors are Joel McHale ( Community ) as Johnny Cage and Jennifer Carpenter ( Dexter ) as Sonya Blade. Patrick Seitz, who expresses Scorpion in video games Mortal Kombat against DC Universe and Mortal Kombat X takes the role of Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion & # 39; s Revenge and Kevin Michael Richardson, who voiced Goro in the 1995 live action film, also returns to take over this role.

Other actors include Jordan Rodrigues ( Light as a Feather ) as Liu Kang, Steve Blum ( Cowboy Bebop ) as Sub-Zero, Artt Butler ( Star Wars: The Clone Wars ) like Shang Tsung, Darin De Paul ( Overwatch ) like Quan Chi, Robin Atkin Downes ( Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ) like Kano, David B. Mitchell ( The Outer Worlds ) like Raiden, Ike Amadi ( Knack ) as Jax Briggs, Gray Griffin ( The Fairly OddParents ) as Kitana and Fred Tatasciore ( Teen Titans Go! To the Movies ) as Demon Torturer.

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In 1995, the first live film by Mortal Kombat was released, and with it came directly CGI animation video. The sequel to critical live action Annihilation would hit theaters in 1997, and its critical and commercial failure resulted in a long freeze of films Mortal Kombat . Although the series has also spawned other animated shows and a web series, Revenge of the Scorpion will be the first official film Mortal Kombat in 23 years, beating the live-action produced by James Wan Mortal Kombat rebooted in fist for almost a year.

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion & # 39; s Revenge will be released in digital, DVD and Blu-ray in spring 2020, with an exact date for the moment to be revealed. Meanwhile, Wan's film Mortal Kombat hits theaters on January 15, 2021. After its release last year, the newest title in the video game series, Mortal Kombat 11 is also available. on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. The new trailer for Revenge of the Scorpion illustrated above comes to us from IGN on YouTube.

 Jeremy Dick to Movieweb

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