Mortal Kombat Cast Reveals DC Characters They Want to Fight

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In the new YOUTUBE video, Chris Killian, the protagonist of the live-action reboot of “Mortal Kombat”, is asked which DC role they most want to play. The characters of these two franchises first met in the 2008 video games “Mortal Kombat” and “DC Universe”, which were released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

The actors provided some very interesting answers to Kilian’s questions, and Josh Lawson (Kano) and Jessica McNamee (Sonya Blade) made it clear that they would be more interested. Flirting with “Wonder woman” and “Batman”!

Not surprisingly, several actors said that they would love to see their characters fight Batman! Joe Taslim (Sub Zero), max Huang (Kung Lao), and Mehcad Brooks (Jax) assume their roles are similar to the disguised Crusader.

Brooks, who also played Jimmy Olsen in “Supergirl”, felt that his role could even replace Superman. At the same time, Lewis Tan (Cole Young) expressed his enthusiasm for Red Hood, even though he found the couple to be very good.

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In the end, People Ludi (Liu Kang) said that he didn’t mind participating in his father’s prank on the clown. It’s hard to say how these characters will be together. Heroes such as Superman will be weakened by magic, so this may also happen when customizing on the screen.

Of course, it remains to be seen whether the restart of “Mortal Kombat” will bring a sequel, but it seems that fans will not mind the screen crossover game with DC heroes as the role.

At the same time, we will have to wait and see, but if there is demand, Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe will be a very addictive adaptation. One day you will see some of your dream games on the big screen!

The reboot of Mortal Kombat will release in theaters and HBO Max on April 23.