Joe Taslim in one of the Mortal Kombat 2021 trailer scenes. Source: screen shot IGN

Indonesia should be proud after Studio Warner Bross released the first trailer for the film “Mortal Kombat” which will air on April 16, 2021, because one of Indonesia’s actors, Joe Taslim also filled an important role in the remake of the film that was made in 1995-1997. Joe Taslim opened the trailer showing his cruel and merciless action. He appears agile as well as cruel showing his ability to finish off his opponents who are unable to match the power he has to produce and control ice.

Joe Taslim is collaborated with other actors who are also good at martial arts. Apart from Hiroyuki Sanada who plays Scorpion, there is also Ludi Lin, an actor of Chinese descent who previously took part in Power Rangers, Tadanobu Asano, Jessica McNamee, Mehcad Brooks, Josh Lawson, Chin Han, Max Huang, Sisi Stringer, Elissa Cadwell and Daniel Nelson. . Produced by James Wan, this film was directed by Simon McQuoid. Covered by drama, McQuoid includes a number of actions that are favorites in the original game, such as dramatic and bloody battles.

Director Simon McQuoid, in his film debut, also includes some of the fan-favorite aspects of the game franchise, including fatalities – ultra-violent finishing moves designed for each character to win a fight in the most dramatic way possible. This film will certainly produce a lot of fights typical of ‘Crazy Fatalities’. So it’s no wonder this film is rated R which is likely to feature some classic finisher moves a la the violent Mortal Kombat game.

In an interview, the actor who played Cole, Tan even admitted that there would be many scenes of heartbreaking violence. Tan himself is said to be doing his own stunts on set. “There were some crazy death (scenes),” said Tan, as quoted by IGN.

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“We’ve selected a few icons. There are a lot of really cool signature moves you’ll see, lots of Easter eggs we put in the film, but there are some really bad deaths I can’t wait to see on the big screen. They’re brutal. They don’t hold back. “

source: IGN

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