Hanzo Hasashi and Bi-Han battle it out in the first scene of Mortal Kombat.
Warner Bros. has officially released the opening sequence for the upcoming live-action Mortal Kombat reboot.
Mortal Kombat will officially release simultaneously on HBO Max and in theaters this Friday and anticipation for the film is at an all-time high. I recently got the chance to see the first 13 minutes of the film and now you all can see a small amount of the opening sequence as Warner Bros. has officially released its first seven minutes.
In the opening sequence, we see Joe Taslim’s Bi-Han strike against the Hanzo clan, murdering Hanzo Hasashi’s wife and son. Hanzo Hasashi rushes to the rescue but is too late. As he arrives to the Hanzo compound, he finds his wife and son frozen by the hands of Bi-Han and the villain is there waiting for him. Hanzo then strikes with his kunai blade and the scene fades to black. You can check out the opening sequence below.
What do you think think about the opening scene for Mortal Kombat? Are you excited to see the film this Friday? Will you be going to theaters or watching on HBO Max? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
Mortal Kombat was first adapted into a feature film directed by Paul W. S. Anderson, the filmmaker behind the Resident Evil series with Milla Jovovich. The film earned a worldwide total of $122 million and is widely regarded as one of the better adaptations of a video game.
Directed by Simon McQuoid from a script written by Greg Russo, Mortal Kombat stars Ludi Lin as Liu Kang, Joe Taslim as Sub-Zero, Tadanobu Asano as Raiden, Jessica McNamee as Sonya Blade, Mehcad Brooks as Jackson “Jax” Briggs, Josh Lawson as Kano, Chin Han as Shang Tsung, Hiroyuki Sanada as Scorpion, Max Huang as Kung Lao, Sisi Stringer as Mileena and Elissa Cadwell as Nitara. Lewis Tan is also on board in an undisclosed role.
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Source: Warner Bros.
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