It’s been greater than 20 years, however the “Mortal Kombat” film franchise is again in theaters and on HBO Max with a reboot that skews way more carefully to the ultraviolence of the online game sequence than the PG-13 films from the ’90s did.
The hope for Warner Bros is clearly that they need to make extra of those. Joe Taslim, who performs Sub-Zero within the film, has mentioned he’s signed on for 4 extra “Mortal Kombat” films. And the film is lacking an enormous a part of the story — the precise Mortal Kombat match — which presumably they plan to deal with in a future movie. And whereas the character of Johnny Cage isn’t current right here, the film does finish by teasing his imminent arrival.
All of that provides as much as a straightforward conclusion: that we’ve most likely acquired extra “Mortal Kombat” films on the way in which, as a result of they’re clearly planning a franchise right here.
The query is simply whether or not there are any extra teases as soon as the credit start which are price sticking round for should you went out to a theater to look at it. Does “Mortal Kombat” characteristic a mid-or post-credits scene?
The reply is not any, there’s not mid-credits or post-credits scene in “Mortal Kombat.” The little Johnny Cage tease, displaying him on a poster at Cole’s (Lewis Tan) fitness center, is the one forward-looking tease we get on the finish of the film — there’s nothing else after that apart from a strong 11 minutes of credit.
So, no, we’re not given any type of glimpse as to what, if something, Shao Kahn (Chin Han) is planning to strive earlier than the match. We don’t have any clue what to anticipate from a potential sequel past the Johnny Cage displaying up. That’s most likely for the very best, because it retains issues huge open for the inventive group.
If they do come again for extra, although, let’s hope they do with a bit extra visible aptitude.
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