BADpi presents an exclusive clip from Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind, revealing Kenshi’s loss of eyesight after a confrontation with Shang Tsung.
screen frenzy proudly presents a new clip of the upcoming animated movie Mortal Kombat Legends: Snowblindwhich will be released on Blu-ray on October 11 and the third release in the Mortal Kombat Legends series. Warner Bros. Animation started with: The Scorpion’s Revenge in April 2020, with much critical acclaim and fanatical enthusiasm before it was succeeded by Battle of the Realms in August 2021. Now, snow blind offers a glimpse into Kenshi Takahashi’s character and teases a team-up between him and Sub-Zero.
Aside from the powerful swordsman Kenshi (voiced by Manny Jacinto, the right place), Mortal Kombat Legends: Snowblind has a large cast of beloved characters from the franchise, but not all the actors from the previous films have returned. Despite Kano’s story in The Scorpion’s Revenge leading to a sequel, he is now played by David Wenham (Under the spell of the Ring). Meanwhile, Ron Yuan takes over the role of Sub-Zero along with several other talented voice actors such as Courtenay Taylor, Keith Silverstein and Yuri Lowenthal.
The turning point in Kenshi’s story is highlighted in BADpi’s exclusive clip of Mortal Kombat Legends: Snowblind, which you can view above. After colliding with none other than Shang Tsung (voiced by Artt Butler), his eyes have just been taken from him, as has his will to live. Kenshi pleads for death instead of life, but when Shang Tsung responds by throwing him into the Well of Souls. neither could expect what was to come.
Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind Explores Kenshi Further
Although Kenshi Takahashi is more of a supporting character in the Mortal Kombat franchise, he is known to fans of video games and mythology as a brilliant (albeit blind) swordsman with impressive telekinetic and psychokinetic abilities. snow blind starts before all that, however, touting a younger and more impulsive version of the character eager to right the wrong that the villainous Kano has visited in his town. There is no doubt that this sense of justice, mixed with stubbornness, led Kenshi to the situation he finds himself in at the beginning of the clip.
Audiences get a chance to watch Kenshi crawl himself out of that pit and become the warrior he was meant to be at New York Comic Con’s world premiere of Mortal Kombat Legends: Snowblind at Hudson Yards today. A limited number of free tickets are still available, and fans wishing to receive them should apply via email to [email protected]. The body of all RSVP emails from fans must include the entrant’s name, a valid email address, and the number of tickets being requested (maximum two per entry). NYCC attendees can also watch Saturday’s panel to hear the cast and crew discuss the film on the main stage at 3:30 p.m.
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Mortal Kombat Legends: Snowblind will be available on Blu-ray from October 11.