Adeline Rudolph, who made her debut as part of Netflix’s Hair-raising adventures of Sabrinajoins Tati Gabrielle, her Netflix series co-star, in New Line’s groundbreaking sequel to 2021’s Mortal Kombat.
Simon McQuoid, who directed the previous movie based on the video game franchise, is back at the console for the new feature, with Karl Urban leading the ensemble and diverse cast.
Written by Jeremy Slater, the sequel continues the story of a group of ragtag fighters, skilled in the ways of martial arts, who defend our reality known as Earthrealm from the outside world. The first film, released during the pandemic in both theaters and on HBO Max, remains one of the streamer’s biggest hits to date.
Rudolph plays Kitana, a character first introduced in Mortal Kombat II, the video game that pushed the franchise into the mainstream of 1990s pop culture and made it what it is today. Known for her relentless fans of steel, Kitana became one of the signature characters of the video game series.
Kitana has a close relationship with Jade, a popular one Fights character who will be played by Gabrielle. The casting reunites the two actresses who were closely associated Sabrinawho is part of a trio of deadly mean girls known as the Weird Sisters.
Urban, meanwhile, plays fan-favorite character Johnny Cage, an action movie star who enters the Mortal Kombat tournament to prove to naysayers that he’s capable of pulling off his own stunts.
produce Fight 2 are James Wan and Michael Clear of Atomic Monster and Todd Garner of Broken Road Productions. McQuoid and E. Bennett Walsh also produce.
Makes her film debut with SabrinaHong Kong-born model and actress Rudolph also had a stint on CWs River valley and starred in Netflix’s resident evil series, which debuted in 2022. She is currently filming the female lead in Millennium’s Hellboy: The crooked mandirected by Brian Taylor.
Rudolph is represented by APA and Luber Roklin Entertainment.