Mortal Kombat Movie’s Liu Kang Actor Shows Off His Moves (VIDEO)
Mortal Kombat fans are finding much to be excited about on several media fronts. Mortal Kombat 11 is promising exciting new DLC, such as the return of fan favorite Sindel. On the movie front, there have been plenty of updates on the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie reboot. The cast confirmed for the film so far includes a variety of talented actors and experienced martial arts experts. One such expert is Liu Kang Actor Ludi Lin. Recently, Lin took to social media to remind the world of his qualifications to properly portray the legendary Mortal Kombat fighter Liu Kang.
Ludi Lin recently shared a video of his martial arts skills on his official Instagram account. The video shows the Liu Kang actor practicing a variety of kicks in the gym, somewhat in sync with the song “Techno Syndrome” often considered to be the Mortal Kombat theme song. Lin is able to keep his leg in the air long enough to kick several times without having to place it on the ground, making him perfect for emulating video game like moves in the real world.
Lin has been studying martial arts since high school, and has previously gotten to put those skills to use in films like Aquaman and the newest Power Rangers reboot. Those films also gave him the acting experience that will be needed to bring the proper amount of acting prowess needed to match the level of fighting skills needed for the project. Hopefully, Lin’s performance and rapport with the rest of the cast proves to be not just a knockout, but a full fatality.
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