• Mortal Kombat Movie Receives Director, To Be Filmed In South Australia

    3 monthes ago - By CG Magazine

    CGMagazine
    Liam Ferguson
    After years of deliberation, the next Mortal Kombat movie receives Simon McQuoid as a director and will begin filming in South Australia.
    A couple of years ago, it was announced that James Wan would be producing a movie based on the hit Mortal Kombat franchise. No news came of it until yesterday, when a report from Australia revealed that it would be filmed later this year in Adelaide. South Australia's Premier Stephen Marshall proudly stated that “ Mortal Kombat will be the largest film production in South Australia's history.” Simon McQuoid will be making his...
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  • Mortal Kombat to Get New Film Adaptation, Production Starts Later this Year

    Mortal Kombat to Get New Film Adaptation, Production Starts Later this Year

    3 monthes ago - By Gaming Bolt

    Mortal Kombat 11 is out now and outside the backlash to the game's in-game economy design that lead to several patches to address it , the game is one of the franchise's best and hit the sales charts with a solid brutality. It's not the only good news, however, for the brand as it's heading to the big screen once again for another Hollywood adaptation, which will begin filming soon in South Australia.
    It's not the first time Mortal Kombat has been to the movies. Most people probably remember the first film in the 1990s (while also desperately trying to forget the second one) which actually...
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  • Premier Of South Australia Announces A New Mortal Kombat Movie Is Entering Pre-Production

    Premier Of South Australia Announces A New Mortal Kombat Movie Is Entering Pre-Production

    3 monthes ago - By Game Informer

    Yesterday, Steven Marshall, the Premier of South Australia and a man not prone to making announcements related to video games, made a pretty big announcement related to video games. The Premier said that Warner Bros. long awaited Mortal Kombat film, seemingly doomed to development hell for ages, has finally begun pre-production in Australia.
    The Premier made the announcement as a way of showcasing how many jobs the movie would bring to the country as well as dollars to the economy:
    SA will be the stage for newlinecinema 's highly anticipated action film, Mortal Kombat.
    The film will be...
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