James Wan’s ‘Mortal Kombat’ redux to shoot in Australia

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Based on the fantasy fighting video game launched in 1992, Mortal Kombat has spawned a number of spin-off games and films to become one of the most successful franchises in video game history.

New Line Cinema’s highly anticipated new version will be led by Australian Producer James Wan and award-winning commercial filmmaker Simon McQuoid, who is also making his feature directorial debut.

Pre-production on Mortal Kombat will commence later this month with production later this year. The film will be shot on Adelaide Studios’ Sound Stages, utilising local crews and acting talent, with post-production in South Australia’s internationally acclaimed visual effects and post-production facilities. Wan said South Australia would be perfectly suited for the fantasy-action project:

I’m really happy and excited to be bringing another show back to Australia with Mortal Kombat, especially after having such a great experience filming Aquaman. Now we get to experience South Australia
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