The Slate edition interviewed the author of the famous cry “Mortal Kombat” from the theme composition – as it turned out, he did not even know the essence of what was happening. According to actor Kyle Wyatt, he was not involved in recording the song, but issued a famous shout-out in a “Mortal Monday” promotional video timed to coincide with the release of Mortal Kombat Ports in 1993 of the year for Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Game Boy and Game Gear. The commercial was one of his first works as an actor after moving from Texas to New York City.
Back then, the participants did not know the context of the project — including Wyatt himself, who had never played Mortal Kombat. It hasn‘t even been explained to him why he shouts the phrase at all.
Wyatt learned about the fact that the famous cry began to be used in various promotional materials of the franchise much later – for the first time he was informed about it about 10 years ago. At the same time a fan of projects the actor still did not, although other fans of the series still ask him to publish a famous cry from time to time.
Meanwhile, a new film adaptation of Mortal Kombat has already been released in cinemas, and is predicted to be Russia’s record rental fees. More on CCeit Russia entered the top 5 film rolling markets in the world for the beginning of 2021 Nintendo Switch may become the first console with support for headphones via Bluetooth Layers of Fear will be released on PlayStation VR already this month.