Sub-Zero and Scorpion star in the first Mortal Kombat teaser!

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It should also be added that no movies that premiere on HBO Max will be available to subscribers at no additional costs for 31 days before temporarily leaving the service. The trailer of the upcoming movie, which released on January 25, teases an epic showdown between Godzilla and Kong, an engaging story, and epic amounts of action.

Godzilla vs. Kong, which stars Millie Bobby Brown, Kyle Chandler, Eiza Gonzalez and Jessica Henwick, was also featured is slated for release on May 19.

Apart from Mortal Kombat, the new HBO Max trailer includes new scenes from nearly all of its films due to release in 2021, which includes brief footage from James Gunn's The Suicide Squad.

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For starters, we see original Task Force X members Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman) and Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) sharing a smile as they head into battle together; hopefully, that's a hint this reboot/sequel will touch on the events of 2016's Suicide Squad to at least some extent. Ooh, looks like the supervillains are going to stir up loads of trouble!

Michael Gandolfini - who is the son of late actor James Gandolfini - is shown portraying the younger version of the character his dad made famous; Tony Soprano. In it, fans get their first small glimpse at the upcoming "Sopranos" sequel, "The Many Saints of Newark" as well as a slew of other exciting movies like "Suicide Squad 2", "Mortal Kombat" and "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It".

Footage from James Wan's horror movie Malignant and Clint Eastwood's new movie Cry Macho are also included in the trailer. Also, the title card at the end calls the movie simply Matrix, which could be an official title or could simply be a place holder for an official title, it's not entirely clear.

On Wednesday morning, AT&T revealed that HBO Max grew to 17.2 million activations in Q4 of 2020, thanks mostly to "Wonder Woman 1984", the first theatrical film to be released on the streaming service. Are you excited to watch the team return on HBO Max?

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