Good news for Mortal Kombat fans! Todd Garner, the producer of Mortal Kombat 2, has shared an update that suggests filming for the new movie may resume sooner than expected. The announcement comes as the SAG-AFTRA strike is reportedly nearing its end.

Responding to a tweet speculating that Mortal Kombat 2 would begin filming again in “early 2024,” Garner indicated that filming might start “before then.” While he did not provide a specific date, Garner assured fans that he would share further information as soon as filming commences.

Garner has been active in providing updates and insights into the Mortal Kombat 2 production process, so fans can expect to hear more news from him once filming officially resumes. Prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike, there were casting considerations and other details emerging about the movie, including discussions about Tati Gabrielle playing Jade and Karl Urban taking on the role of Johnny Cage.

Mortal Kombat 2, the sequel to the previous Mortal Kombat movie, is eagerly anticipated by fans, and this update offers hope that the film’s production will soon be back on track. However, as of now, the movie does not have an official release date.


With the prospect of filming for Mortal Kombat 2 possibly resuming sooner than expected, how excited are you for the sequel? Are there any specific aspects or characters from the Mortal Kombat universe that you’re looking forward to seeing in the new film? Share your thoughts and expectations in the comments below!

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