There is little more than a month left for Mortal Kombat to hit theaters and in HBO Max with all the power and viscerality that characterize the franchise. The new film presented its spectacular trailer a few weeks ago, leaving a good taste in the mouth for its visual section and the choice of actors to play the different characters that we have used in games from time to time. It also left us some reminiscences of the mythical main theme of Mortal Kombat composed by The immortals.

But will that legendary theme be present in the film? Collider It removes us from doubts after an interview granted by the director of Mortal Kombat, Simon McQuoid, where they spoke at length about the composer of the soundtrack, Benjamin Wallfisch (The invisible man).

According to McQuoid, when he met with Wallfisch to try to sign him for the film, he was surprised that the composer had already been working on some early proposals for the film’s soundtrack. What I hoped would be a tough meeting to “sell the idea” turned out to be a chat between fans.

But where we go, the song. It would be very difficult for us to immerse ourselves in the universe of Mortal Kombat, with its characters, its combats and its dismemberment based on Fatalities if we weren’t accompanied by that mythical techno music accompanied by the group of “MORTAL KOMBAT!”. Simon McQuoid says not to despair, that the song will have its place of honor within the Mortal Kombat footage. One more piece in the puzzle that is the movie.

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