After giving her interpretation of Rhonda Rousey as Sonya Blade and Terry Crews as Jax, Bosslogic introduced more celebrities as Mortal Kombat characters. New art shows Wonder Woman 1984 actor Gal Gadot and the guardians of the galaxy actor Chris Pratt, respectively, as Kitana and Johnny Cage.
Bosslogic, who shared the images at Instagram, recreates Gadot as Princess Kitana. In the image, Gadot sports the Kitana blue mask, long gloves, fancy hair and hairstyle. The look seems to inspire her Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 appearance.
As for Chris Pratt, Bosslogic adds Cage's sunglasses. The character is dressed in a silver chain bearing the Mortal Kombat logo. This character interpretation appears to be better adapted to his appearance Mortal Kombat X,
Princess Kitana was Eden's 10-year-old princess and step-daughter of Russia Mortal Kombat Chaos Khan. Kitana betrayed him to adapt to the earth-seekers who resisted his attempts to conquer their world. Initially debuted at the Mortal Kombat II, it remains a popular character throughout the series.
Johnny Cage fought Hollywood actor and martial artists who joined him Mortal Kombat tournament to prove his fighting skills to skeptical critics and a diminishing audience. Initially perceived as arrogant and focused only on the beginning of his career, Cage became a chief fighter and remained a popular hero after his debut in the original Mortal Kombat,
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Since it was created by Ed Boone and John Tobias in 1992, Mortal Kombat has grown from a simple arcade fighting game to a multimedia game that includes dozens of video games, live movies, comics, and a possible upcoming animated Warner Bros. movie.
Developed by Netherealm Studios, Mortal Kombat 11 will be released on April 23 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. Those who order the game to selected retailers will have access to an open beta on March 28 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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