Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boone says he’s reading “exciting” scripts.

The sequel to the Mortal Kombat movie, which everyone still calls just Mortal Kombat 2, has received an exciting update.

Mortal Kombat is one of the biggest gaming franchises that has always been attractive for film adaptations. Hollywood tried it in the ’90s, and then came the animated adaptations. The fans wanted something bigger, with a bigger budget, and WB decided to do it.

The 2021 reboot, while not satisfying to everyone, did well at the box office to warrant a sequel, but we’ve heard very little about it. Still, it looks like a sequel is on the way.

Mortal Kombat creator Ed Boone responded to a fan on Twitter that he’s reading several “exciting” Mortal Kombat 2 scripts, so there are definitely story drafts in the works.

It’s unclear if he’s reading multiple scripts from different authors with different stories or if they’re just different outlines of the same story. In any case, it’s likely that production will begin soon. It’s unclear what Boone’s involvement in Mortal Kombat 2 is, but it’s nice to have him consulted now, since he didn’t work on the original.

At this point, we have no idea when to expect the movie. There’s a good chance the movie will be shot in 2023, then released in 2024.

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