There was an announcement about the filming of a movie about Mortal Kombat, specifically executed in Australia. The movie is expected to be the largest film production ever made in South Australia.

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There was a report that the filming will facilitate 580 jobs and $70 AUD will be invested into the local neighboring. According to the schedule, preparation for the filming will begin later this May. SA premier Steven Marshall announced that the film will be executed in Adelaide. Finishing production will be carried out by VFX studios near the location.

The actual location where the film is produced is Adelaide Studios in Glenside. According to AdelaideNow, the Mortal Kombat movie filming will be the largest film execution in South Australia ever made. This will stress the importance of co-operation with many Studios around the world for the local scene. The State Government's budget will bring in many job opportunities for the local economy as well as the quality of the film production.

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The studio will need to employ many people to prepare the stage for filming

To provide more information on the series and film production, the first Mortal Kombat movie was released in 1995 and directed by Paul W.S. Anderson who was famous for directing the Resident Evil series. The movie brought home more than $120 million, but the sequel in 1997, Annihilation, fell short of expectations in term of earning with only $51 million. Also, there was an internet video series called Mortal Kombat Legacy during 2011-2013.

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A series of videos about Mortal Kombat on the Internet

As for the Mortal Kombat video game franchise, the latest instalment, Mortal Kombat 11, was out in April on most gaming platforms, receiving mostly positive criticisms.