News culture Mortal Kombat – The movie is postponing its release date
Mortal Kombat, Simon McQuoid’s film about to break the R-classification limits and originally expected on April 16, has unfortunately postponed its release date in the US.
The current pandemic continues to undermine the film industry by forcing heads of state and government of various countries to close cinemas to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Recently, the health situation in the United States has gradually improved, allowing theaters to reopen in the same area. While theaters are not yet ready to accommodate viewers to their maximum capacity, Warner Bros. is offering the good news to allow the two giants of the film industry, Godzilla and King Kong, to join in this Wednesday, March 31st the movie Godzilla vs. Kong.
To prevent the two blockbusters from spilling over to Uncle Sam’s territory, the studio again decided to change its schedule by moving the date of Simon McQuoid’s film off by a week. In order to experience bloody clashes between the various heroes of the legendary video game saga, American gamers will have to wait until April 23rd.
Note that the movie Mortal Kombat will be released in theaters and on HBO Max in the US at the same time. On our side, we always have to wait because the film with an impressive cast (Joe Taslim, Hiroyuki Sanada, Lewis Tan …) does not yet have a release date in our area. As a reminder, Godzilla vs. Kong will be released on May 19th.
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By Jerome Joffard, Writing from igamesnews.com