Mortal Kombat Sequel Got A New Script Writer; ‘Moon Knight’ Jeremy Slater On Board
Mortal Kombat Sequel Dropping With Jeremy Slater As the Script Writer
Mortal Kombat Sequel is dropping and fans couldn’t stop themselves to catch this action-adventure film in the theatre.
Based on the video game franchise, the sequel part has Jeremy Slater on board as a scriptwriter. He previously worked on The Exorcist, Moon Knight, The Lazarus Effect, fantastic Four, etc.
Slater’s previous big work includes Moon Knight, where he worked as a head writer for this Disney+ series. The series released on March 30, 2020, which includes Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, and French artist Gaspard Ulliel.
The scriptwriter is also working on Thread, produced by Atomic Monster and James Wan. His latest work can also be seen on Netflix, Uprising, directed by Travis Knight, and The Umbrella Academy.
This made one thing sure that original writers, Dave Callaham and Greg Russo from the first part are not returning for the sequel.
Created by Ed Boon and John Tobias, Mortel-Kombat is based on video game format. It was released on HBO Max as well as in theatres in April 2021. Released during a pandemic, it became the top title on the HBO Max platform.
Directed by Simon McQuoid, whose previous work includes Todd Garner and E. Bennett Walsh and Wan.
Mortal Kombat Sequel Cast
The cast of the sequel part is not yet out. But we are sure we can see Lewis Tan, Josh Lawson, Jessica McNamee, Ludi Lin, Mehcad Brooks, Joe Taslim, Tadanobu Asano, and Chin Han in the next part too.
However, we hope to see some new faces in the next instalment. The sequel also adds new characters that were absent in the first part. We may see Johnny Cage, as hinted by director McQuoid. Cage had omitted the first part but as per McQuoid, he will appear in the second instalment.
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