Jeremy Slater, who works on Mortal Kombat 2, has confirmed that after Cole''s death, he said, "You have to go through and consider whether or not he will play it in the sequel." After seeing Cole (Lewis Tan) testify, Slater said, "We should get one or two more characters together; and it is a matter of whether or not to." At the end of April, Warner Bros. had a number of changes to its release schedule, including closing the Margot
The sequel to the Mortal Kombat reboot is one of the most significant success stories among Warner Bros day-and-date releases. Despite its robust numbers and a strong response from fans, the film couldnt possibly cram in all of the key characters from the popular video game series, but hey! According to the writer, the sequel will yield exactly what they can expect, and he has confirmed at least one of the names they can expect.
Jeremy Slater, who plays Johnny Cage at Mortal Kombat, said at the conclusion of the game that as indicated, Cole (Lewis Tan) began his search for the character in the sequel. However, the writer did not specify how much he will play, but said Cages'' contribution is one of the things that is being dealt with. There is no word on who will play the hero, although the site notes that some vocal fans have been campaigning for either Ryan Reynolds or The Miz to be cast in the
Slater did not confirm how many other new characters will appear in Mortal Kombat 2, but he did give out some information on numbers and names. So if the previous version of the script outlined ten characters, it''s tempting to assume that between six and eight new characters will show up, including three to four new villains.
While Slater does not confirm any additional names beyond Johnny Cage, he does not specify any names. Asked whether or not Erron Black would just type of walk by in the background and everybody goes like, Yes, that was him. It may be misdirection, but it may be that the guy is working on Mortal Kombat 2.
Jeremy Slater is working on Moon Knight''s TV series and Netflix, but he is also credited as one of the lead authors of the upcoming live-action adaptations Coyote Vs. ACME, although there are issues that the project might be in trouble. At the end of April Warner Bros. gave the Margot Robbie Barbie a hold, making the latter film more flexible.