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New Mortal Kombat Animated Movie: Get Over Here And Watch The First Trailer

Learn the history of Scorpion in Scorpion's Revenge.


A new trailer for the upcoming animated movie Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge has arrived, and it provides a look at the art and animation style you can expect. It's a great time to be an MK fan, with a live-action movie coming in 2021, and Joker DLC coming to Mortal Kombat 11. Who doesn't enjoy the ultra-violent, long-running franchise?

Scorpion's Revenge will be released sometime this spring on Blu-ray, DVD, and digitally, and yes, it will be rated R in the United States. The first Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge trailer can be watched below.

From the looks of the trailer, the film will follow the life of Hanzo Hasashi, the ninja who would eventually become Scorpion and seek revenge on the man that killed him, Sub-Zero. In addition to that, we'll get to see the Mortal Kombat tournament, where fighters from both Earthrealm and Outworld fight each other to protect their respective worlds.

The upcoming movie features an extensive cast, which some names that you probably know, including a perfectly cast Johnny Cage. Check out the full list below.

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge cast:

  • Joel McHale as Johnny Cage
  • Jennifer Carpenter as Sonya Blade
  • Patrick Seitz as Scorpion/Hanzo Hasashi
  • Steve Blum as Sub-Zero
  • Jordan Rodrigues as Lui Kang
  • Robin Atkin Downes as Kano
  • Artt Butler as Shang Tsung
  • Darin De Paul as Quan Chi
  • David B. Mitchell as Raiden
  • Ike Amadi as Jax Briggs
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Goro
  • Grey Griffin as Kitana

This animated film isn't the only Mortal Kombat movie in the works. There is a live-action one from Warner Bros. on the way, which is shooting in southern Australia. Many members of the cast have already been revealed, including Kano, Sonya, Sub-Zero, Lui Kang, and Jax. The live-action Mortal Kombat movie will arrive in March 2021, roughly a year after Scorpion's Revenge.

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