Will Noob Saibot Be In Mortal Kombat? The Sub-Zero Actor Has Thoughts

Noob Saibot first made his appearance in the 1993 video game, Mortal Kombat II. The fighter is a completely black palette swapped version of Sub-Zero and could be discovered as a secret character. It should be noted that Smoke also appears for the first time in the same game, with different requirements to unlock, but because of Bi-Han’s connection to Noob Saibot, Joe Taslim’s reference to character and the latest image released from the Mortal Kombat set, I’m starting to think that we will see the former frozen fighter in the upcoming film.

Surprise! The Mortal Kombat Movie Is Going To Be Extremely Bloody, According To The Cast

As a fan of both the films (yes, I mean it) and the video game franchise, my hype is getting a little out of hand. Last year Lewis Tan, who plays franchise newcomer Cole Young, teased fans about just how violent the upcoming Mortal Kombat film will be, saying that some of the onset violence literally made him sick. While the original 1995 rendition certainly had its fair share of brutality, it seems a little tamed compared to the extremely graphic fatalities found in the video game iterations.

The Petition To Bring Johnny Depp Back For More Pirates Of The Caribbean Finally Reached Its Goal… Then Moved The Benchmark

When all is said and done, the fans that want Pirates of the Caribbean to continue with Johnny Depp will be heard. And the folks at Disney will eventually make a decision to take one path, or another, to potentially return that series to theatrical prominence. It’s a story that spins faster than Captain Jack Sparrow’s magic compass, but ultimately a direction will be taken, and all we can do is sit back and see what the horizon brings us in the future.

Spider-Man: No Way Home Fan Poster Includes An Epic WandaVision Crossover

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a behemoth in the entertainment industry, recently extending its scope to shows on Disney+. WandaVision officially kicked off Phase Four, and there are a number of film and TV projects currently in the works. Spider-Man: No Way Home is in the midst of production, and there are countless rumors about its possible contents. A new piece of fan art recently went viral, including an awesome reference to WandaVision.

Whoopi Goldberg’s Best Movie And TV Performances, Ranked

5. The Long Walk Home (Odessa Carter)

Before The Help there was this historical drama starring Whoopi Goldberg and Sissy Spacek as a maid and her employer, respectively. Taking place during the Montgomery Bus Boycotts of the 1950s, Whoopi Goldberg’s character, Odessa, has to walk to work due to the strike, and Sissy Spacek’s character, Miriam, drives Odessa to and from work on certain days, even despite the racial tension in the rest of the state.

Of course this spills out to both of their home lives, and it’s here that Whoopi Goldberg really shines as the proud, but frustrated mother and employee trying to keep it all together. Sure, there is a bit of a white savior angle to the film, but this movie was in 1990. What else do you expect? At least Whoopi Goldberg is still a gem in the performance.

Universal Studios Orlando’s Epic Universe Theme Park Has An Epic Update

Per an official update from Universal Orlando, the project is back on track, although at a slower pace. Citing the need to slowly, but surely, reassemble the team that’s bringing it all together, “several months” will be required to bring this developing wonderland up and running at full speed. Which is already a fantastic thing to hear, as the last updates given on Epic Universe had the world thinking that construction wouldn’t be restarting for years on this particular front.

Mortal Kombat’s Joe Taslim: 7 Movies To Watch Before His Portrayal Of Sub-Zero

Warrior (Cinemax Series) (2019 – 2020)

The 2019 Cinemax series Warrior, which was based on a treatment written by Bruce Lee, follows Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji), a Chinese martial artist who travels to late-19th Century San Francisco in hopes of finding his long lost sister who was sold to a tong (criminal organization) years earlier. In addition to being tasked with rescuing his sister, Ah Sahm must take part in a series of underground fights, where he encounters Li Yong (Joe Taslim), an enforcer in the gang which has the hero’s sister held captive. Li Young, with his brutal displays of strength, speed, and willpower, is brought to life through the fierce and sometimes pained performance by Taslim.

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How Silk Road’s Nick Robinson Prepared To Play Ross Ulbricht Without Meeting Him

A diary of sorts certainly seems to be as close to a person’s inner-most thoughts as one can get. Silk Road displays various aspects of Ross Ulbricht’s personality as he changes over time with the demands of his website. He starts out as an easy-going college-aged kid with an idea, but that idea soon consumes his life and decisions and he starts to spiral. Nick Robinson gives an excellent performance in the film, capturing the genius, hopeful, desperate, and despairing parts of Ulbricht.

How Billie Eilish’s Apple TV+ Documentary Stacked Up On Streaming Compared To Beyoncé And Taylor Swift

Per new data from 2 million Reelgood users, a streaming guide that allows its users to access its streaming services in one place, Billie Eilish’s The World’s A Little Blurry could not overthrow the “Crazy In Love” singer with her summer hit, Black Is King. However, the new Apple TV+ movie did score the No. 2 spot, outranking Taylor Swift, Blackpink and Ariana Grande in the top 5 music documentaries across all streaming services.

Eternals’ Chloe Zhao Explains The MCU Reference She Snuck Into Nomadland

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Awards Season is in full swing, and last weekend’s Golden Globe Awards officially kicked things off. One of the big winners of the night was Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland, taking home Best Motion Picture – Drama and Best Director. This is obviously a major honor for director/writer Zhao, who also recently helmed Eternals for Marvel Studios. And she recently explained why she snuck an Avengers reference into Nomadland.