Antony Starr said That ship flew hombre as he reconfirms he's not voicing Homelander in Mortal Kombat 1 KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, December 1, 2023

Antony Starr said That ship flew hombre as he reconfirms he's not voicing Homelander in Mortal Kombat 1

Antony Starr reconfirms he's not voicing Homelander in Mortal Kombat 1 

"That ship flew hombre".

Now that it seems like he's skipping Mortal Kombat 1, that raises the question of how NetherRealm will implement the character. The devs will need someone to record all of the grunts, after all, and that's not even getting into the pre-fight banter with all of the other characters.

There is a chance that Starr is trolling us all right now, and is just saying that he isn't taking up the role because it hasn't been officially announced yet. In truth, it's hard to imagine someone else voicing Homelander, although we might very well hear another actor take up the role soon if Starr is sincere.

In past Mortal Kombat games, guest characters were usually voiced by the A-list actors who first portrayed them in the movies. Omni-Man's voice actor from the Amazon Prime animated show, J.K. Simmons, reprised his role for Mortal Kombat 1. Even the previous game, Mortal Kombat 11, featured Peter Wells and Sylvester Stallone reprising their roles as Robocop and Rambo when they appeared as DLC characters for the game. It appears that Antony Starr, the actor for Homelander in The Boys, will not be portraying the character in MK1 however.

Neither Ed Boon nor anyone else from NetherRealm has confirmed the news yet, so we'll have to wait and see what's said on the official end of things. For quality's sake, let's hope they do have another actor ready to play Homelander instead of relying on reused dialogue, or worse, AI-generated voice lines.

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