All the characters and winners for the highly expected Mortal Kombat 2 movie have been already started fan-casting by loyalists of the Mortal Kombat authorization. There is still no official information about the release date of the Mortal Kombat continuation, but Warner Bros has officially green-lit Mortal Kombat 2 after the successful streaming on HBO Max’s platform in 2021. However, in spite of the Mortal Kombat reboot spotlighting familiar preferences such as Liu Kang (Ludi Lin), Kano (Josh Lawson), and Raiden (Tadanobu Asano), there are still plenty of franchise characters mentioned in Mortal Kombat 2.
Mortal Kombat 2021 teased a lot throughout its 110-minute runtime, comprising numerous nods to lasting franchise individuals that haven’t been revealed in the rebooted Kombat canon yet. For instance, Kitana’s fan shown in Raiden’s temple and a picture of Kotal Kahn’s idol in Sonya Blade’s (Jessica McNamee) investigation notes express just two of a swathe of Easter eggs speckling Mortal Kombat. Meanwhile, some of these may turn red when Mortal Kombat 2 is finally released, beloved characters like the above-mentioned Kitana will almost certainly witness action in the following Mortal Kombat part.
Consequently, casting each main missing Mortal Kombat character and the winner is an assignment depending on the lasting recognition of each character within the franchise for Mortal Kombat 2. Several noticeable actors, like James. Marsden has been connected with the Mortal Kombat 2 plan, creating the larger name entrances into the second rebooted Mortal Kombat part more probably. Here are all the main missing characters from the Mortal Kombat franchise so far, also, who could greatest act them in Mortal Kombat 2.
Kitana – Sisi Stringer
Because of Kitana’s familial relationship with Mileena from the first movie, she has never been confirmed to prevail in Mortal Kombat 2. Early appearing in the Mortal Kombat II video game, Kitana is a royal princess from the kingdom of Edenia who comes to be the main hero in the video game series after swearing to emancipate her kingdom from emperor Shao Kahn. During her ensuing battles to counter the evil Outworlders, Kitana realizes that the emperor and his sorcerer Shang Tsung have made a copy in her image and pervaded it with the blood of the monstrous Tarkatan, leading to the birth of her dark-side twin Mileena.
Though at the end of Mortal Kombat, Mileena died at the hands of Sonya Blade, Kitana still has a possibility to prevail in Mortal Kombat 2 as one of Raiden’s champions, given her signature weapon, the steel fan, was also displayed in Raiden’s temple. Meanwhile casting gossips to prosecute to circling around the person acting the relevant Edenian, Mileena actress Sisi Stringer still heave a sight the most possible candidate given the reality Mileena and Kitana are aesthetically twins. Stringer’s coming back to Mortal Kombat 2 will also let the Australian actress a chance to assume a larger part in the franchise, and any different casting options here would represent a jarring change of protection represented earlier by Mileena in the franchise’s reboot.
Johnny Cage – James Marsden
The last Mortal Kombat scene reinforces the coming back of classic Kombat character Johnny Cage to the ruction when the camera attacks one of Cage’s movie posters. The haughty but skilled boxer and future winner of Earth was a bold obliviousness in the first Mortal Kombat reboot, yet then this determination will likely pay off in the forthcoming Mortal Kombat 2. A fistful of the present Mortal Kombat actors, comprising of Kano actor Josh Lawson, haven’t been blushing about inviting their own candidates for the unoccupied role, with Westworld star James Marsden now the go-to head to act Cage. No doubt, Marsden personifies the bluster and appeal that have earned Cage an exclusive position amid the courtiers of Mortal Kombat greats, while Cyclops’s portrayal in the series The X-Men claims him to be a free-spirited action star. Besides Marsden’s significant talent, an interview with Lawson where he represents his co-star and friend as impersonating the “Johnny Cage vibes” (via Cinemablend) is proof enough to show that James Marsden would become the famous martial arts celebrity of Mortal Kombat.
Shao Kahn – Glenn Jacobs
While the evil wizard Shang Tsung (Chin Han) served as the villain of Mortal Kombat 2021, his owner is a much more fearsome entity that will probably make his way to the screen in Mortal Kombat 2. In Mortal Kombat 2021, Shao Kahn’s similarity embellishes a wall in Raiden’s temple, revealing the emperor of Outworld at the peak of his power, wielding a hammer and booming a savage physique. While Shao Kahn’s stature in the Mortal Kombat franchise makes sure familiar professional wrestlers like Dwayne Johnson and Dave Bautista are constantly connected to the role, another former WWE star has appeared as the fandom’s number one choice to act the role of Kahn. Glenn Jacobs, better recognized by his stage name Kane, is the ideal pick to act Kahn, at 7-ft., 323-lb. the ex-wrestler asking very slightly by way of CG to make sure a remarkable similarity to the king of Outworld. Nevertheless, more significantly, is Jacobs’ respectable performance in the See No Evil slasher franchise, indicating that the man previously known as Kane could very well be a decent and quality choice for Mortal Kombat 2.
Bo’ Rai Cho – Jack Black
The embodiment of the name ” the drunken master”, Bo’ Rai Cho serves as even parts mentor to Earth’s winners and comic relief in the Mortal Kombat franchise. While more latterly assuming a manager-like part after Raiden turning villain in Mortal Kombat X, Bo’ Rai Cho has appeared before in entries like Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance comically witnessed the sensei vomiting on his foes before implementing his signature death. Just for this reason, comedic films are a must for one of Mortal Kombat’s most interesting characters, which makes Jack Black a noticeable pick in personality as well as stature compared to other serious names in the frame so far (such as Gozilla’s Ken Watanabe 2). Black has had a lasting and noteworthy comedy occupation formed turns in Tropic Thunder, Shallow Hal, and School of Rock respectively, which blends superbly with Bo’ Rai Cho’s hilarious nature. Like the other names in the feature, the Mortal Kombat fandom is giving their voice, with some notion art pieces already spreading that physically contrasts Jack Black to Bo’ Rai Cho.
Quan Chi – Ralph Fiennes
A goblin of the Netherrealm represented for his dark witchcraft and necromancy, Quan Chi plays as a potent foe to Earthrealm as well as Outworld at different times all through his lengthy Mortal Kombat history. Despite not being teased in Mortal Kombat 2021 like a lot of his peers listed here, Quan Chi is crucial to nearly every continuing Mortal Kombat story, beginning with his Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm concluding introduction way back in 1996. Maybe more hopeful than expected, the title on the lips to act this entity’s most evil role is none other than Ralph Fiennes, who is qualified to act the demonic destroyer. While Fiennes is certainly classed as a serious, A-list actor, his iconic role of Voldemort in the Harry Potter franchise can serve as a glimmer of expectation for Mortal Kombat audiences as well as rubber stamping his credentials like a foremost villain. Fiennes’ representation of the dark lord Voldemort even bears a lot of similarity to the character Quan Chi, which likely assisted to put Fiennes at the top of Mortal Kombat 2 desire list.
Kenshi – Keanu Reeves
The sightless swordsman able of remote-controlling, Kenshi, has shown to be a centerpiece of the Mortal Kombat franchise from its appearance in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance in 2002. Out of all the main missing Kombat Mortal characters in the restart so far, Kenshi is the most rumored one, with some fan art providings forcing outstanding actors’ faces on top of Kenshi’s image. In all of these, Keanu Reeves’ choice appears a subtle one, with his Kenshi resemblance as acting a blinded Neo in The Matrix Revolutions an element that cannot be deducted. Besides physical match, Reeves’ array of action films requires no introduction, indicating that his inclusion as a part of the Mortal Kombat 2 cast would be a major overthrow for the restarted franchise if potential director Simon McQuoid and company can continue nearly every continuing Mortal Kombat story, beginning with his Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm concluding introduction way back in 1996. Maybe more hopeful than expected, the title on the lips to act this entity’s most evil role is none other than Ralph Fiennes, who is qualified to act the demonic destroyer. While Fiennes is certainly classed as a serious, A-list actor, his iconic role of Voldemort in the Harry Potter franchise can serve as a glimmer of expectation for Mortal Kombat audiences as well as rubber stamping his credentials like a foremost villain. Fiennes’ representation of the dark lord Voldemort even bears a lot of similarity to the character Quan Chi, which likely assisted to put Fiennes at the top of Mortal Kombat 2 desire list.
Jade – Zoe Saldana
As a friend from childhood and Edenian co-workers with Kitana, Jade’s advent in Mortal Kombat 2 also seems warranted, especially when the pair divide a signature weapon in the form of steel fans. While maybe not the wealthiest Mortal Kombat character canonically, this shortage of backdrop hasn’t diminished Jade’s attraction in the series, with her character widely considered one of the franchise’s most powerful fighters during gameplay so far. Of course, then, the person acting Jade must show the fighting spirit of a warrior, making Zoe Saldana possible for the role if she accepts it. Saldana’s body of work is very stunning, with the time she devoted to the MCU as Gamora alongside Neytiri in James Cameron’s Avatar, making sure she is respected as a centerpiece of the latest action genre and will elevate significantly the production of Mortal Kombat 2.