Mortal Kombat 2 Movie: Actor Karl Urban Wraps Up Production
Production on the Mortal Kombat 2 movie has officially wrapped, and fans are buzzing with excitement. Actor Karl Urban, who is set to star as famous movie star Johnny Cage in the film, recently took to Instagram to share the news with his followers. Urban posted a photo with the caption, “That’s a picture wrap for me & Johnny Cage on #MortalKombat2! Massive thanks to our incredible crew, cast, and phenomenal stunt team. Hands down the most action-packed fun I’ve ever had on a film! Can’t wait for y’all to see it.” The photo shows Urban closely resembling his video game counterpart, adding to the anticipation surrounding the movie.
Returning Cast Members and Teaser Images
The movie will also see Hiroyuki Sanada reprising his role as Scorpion from the first Mortal Kombat movie. Producer Todd Garner has also teased several images of characters set to appear in the sequel, including a character rumored to be Quan Chi, a villain from the Mortal Kombat series. Joining the lineup are characters Jade, Kitana, Sheeva, and Sindel, which has long-time fans eagerly awaiting the movie’s release.
Release Date and Speculation
While there is no release date yet for Mortal Kombat 2, fans are hopeful that it could hit theaters either late this year or sometime in 2025, now that principal photography has wrapped up. As news continues to break about the movie, fans are keeping their fingers crossed for an official release date announcement.
Updates on Upcoming Lego Movie, Thunderbolts, and More
In addition to the latest on Mortal Kombat 2, Entertainment News has updates on other exciting projects. Marvel is reportedly eyeing Lewis Pullman, known for his role in Top Gun: Maverick, to play the Sentry in the upcoming Thunderbolts movie. While there’s no official confirmation yet, this news has fans eagerly anticipating the casting announcements for the highly-anticipated movie.
Debuting in a different medium, Pharrell Williams’ life story is being creatively retold through Lego pieces in a new movie called “Piece by Piece,” directed by Morgan Neville. Williams took to Instagram to share his excitement, stating, “Who would have thought that playing with Legos as a kid would evolve into a movie about my life. It’s proof that anyone else can do it too.” Additionally, Jennifer Lopez is set to produce a live-action movie based on the beloved children’s character Bob the Builder, adding to the lineup of exciting projects in the works.
That’s all for today’s entertainment updates, but there’s definitely a lot to look forward to in the world of film and pop culture. Stay tuned for more news on these projects, and remember to keep the excitement alive! 🎬🍿