Garner’s comments should give a lot of hope to action fans! It’s clear that everyone involved with the film is looking to make this an experience that lives up to the Mortal Kombat name. Action choreography has significantly changed since the 1995 Mortal Kombat film’s release, and the reboot should reflect that. With the talent involved and the movie’s R-rating, it seems like there’s a lot of room for the movie to improve on its predecessors.
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The first trailer for Mortal Kombat gave fans a glimpse at some of the action sequences that can be seen in the film, but few movie trailers give viewers a lot of extended time with one specific action sequence. As such, it’s a bit hard to tell how reliant the film will be on quick cutaways, but Garner’s comments are definitely a good sign. Hopefully the finished product will deliver on Garner’s vision!
Ultimately, Mackie and Stan say they’re excited to carve out their own little corner of the ever-growing Marvel Cinematic Universe.”We didn’t lose that feeling of security and espionage,” Mackie says. “It still feels like you’re in a Philip K. Dick novel [or] a Tom Clancy movie. But at the same time, it’s Sebastian and I, and we’re idiots, so you get more of us being ourselves.”In the March issue of the magazine, the two dive into the upcoming dynamic between Sam Wilson aka Falcon and Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes aka Winter Soldier and how they can often appear completely mismatched. “There’s an odd-couple kind of back-and-forth there,” Stan tells EW. “Like, ‘I don’t really like you, but I might need you.'”