The Mortal K’ombat movie has finally made its debut in theaters, and for fans of the game, it’s going to be a bit confusing.
The movie, which is being directed by Guillermo del Toro, is set in 2020 in a world that’s much like the one seen in the original Mortal K.’s original games.
The plot follows the exploits of a mysterious super hero who’s got superpowers and is the first of a slew of characters that will eventually become the Mortal K’.
In the movie, you play as the character known as “Mortal K’O,” who fights off the villainous Mokdess, an alien race that has abducted many people and enslaved them.
“Mokdesses” are alien invaders who possess superpowers, including super strength and flight.
They also possess a very limited supply of food and water, and are known to use weapons called “slammers.”
In the movies version of the story, Mok, a human named Kombat (played by Seth Rogen), comes across the alien Mokadis and decides to stop them.
Unfortunately, K’o is not convinced that the Mokis are dangerous and decides that he will kill them, which leads to a fight.
Eventually, M’gann, a female Mok d’Omo, and the other Mok are defeated by K’onos hammer, and K’ojan (voiced by Jared Leto) is defeated and banished to the planet Zod’s home planet, Dibs.
Mok and his fellow Mok have a new mission: to help humanity in the distant future.
In this future, humanity is being forced to live under a nuclear umbrella as the United Nations, which had been established to keep the world safe from an impending nuclear attack, has been overthrown.
So, Mook and his team of superheroes, the Moks, travel to Earth to help.
The film starts with K’odess and his men in the desert, and it follows K’ozan as he travels the desert trying to stop Mok’s new super powers.
In the film, Kog’Maw (voice-by-singer Kevin Feige) has the ability to create a large force field that can stop anything, and Mok has a powerful energy weapon that allows him to create storms of energy and heat his opponents.
It’s the sort of plot that has been a staple of the Mortal kombat series since Mortal K1.
And then there’s the fact that K’oni (voicemail: Justin Long) has powers similar to Kog, but she is a female and her powers are very limited, as she can only create one-fourth of the energy of K’og.
But when K’obi (voice-by Jordan Peele) comes across a mysterious object in the middle of the desert and tries to steal it, he finds himself trapped in a giant portal, and he and Kog are forced to fight to get out.
“We want to be in the same universe as the original series and do the same thing, and have the same characters,” said Feige.
“There’s nothing in the franchise that’s different than the original.”
This is a very different take on the franchise than the one we saw in the first Mortal K, and that’s what will appeal to fans of Mortal K as it will be a completely new take on a franchise that has always been a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
For the movie’s marketing campaign, the marketing team also included a video showing K’oi fighting against Mok.
“If you want to see the first time you played Mortal KK, you can check it out,” said Del Toro in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
“I’m going to make sure that I’m as faithful to the spirit of that game as possible.”
There are still some questions that remain about the plot of the film.
For starters, the trailer for the movie does not show any footage of the original Kombat.
And while K’ODess appears to be more of a badass than Kog or Mok in the movie (which is likely due to the fact the characters in the game are not fully voiced, and there are no voice actors for the main characters in this film), there’s no evidence that Kog’s powers are any more powerful than Mok or M’gon.
And since K’ol has not been seen in a trailer since the trailer was released, there’s a chance that Kojan, who has been shown as a human in the movies, may not actually be a human at all.
“It’s not even clear if Mok is human at this point,” said the director.
“The reason why we can’t really see Mok fighting is because he’s in a portal and we can only see him as a wall that you push through.”