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I am persuaded that here, in the United States, it would have been a great success in theaters.And if you ask me why I am so proud of Replicant, it is because we succeeded in making a big film with very reduced budgets.Created as a parody of martial arts film actor Jean-Claude Van Damme, Cage is a cocky movie star who provides the comic relief of the franchise.He becomes a more rounded character in Mortal Kombat X, which introduces his and Sonya Blade's daughter Cassie Cage.In 2011, he discussed the condition on the British reality show Jean-Claude Van Damme: Behind Closed Doors, saying, 'Sometimes you're gonna like me, and sometimes you're gonna hate me. When I was young, I was suffering those swing moods.In the morning, the sky was blue [when I was] going to school, and to me, the sky was black.Cage is absent from the series continuity until the 1996 compilation title Mortal Kombat Trilogy, which expands on the events of Mortal Kombat 3 (1995) and its upgrade.He is killed by Shao Kahn's forces during an invasion of Earth, but his path to the afterlife is blocked due to a merger of the realm and Earth, which restores his soul and enables him to help his comrades defeat Kahn, In Mortal Kombat 4 (1997), Cage, at his request, is restored to life by Raiden so he can again fight alongside his friends, this time in attempt to defeat the forces of the disgraced former deity Shinnok.
He did not return for the 1997 sequel Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, in which Cage is played by Chris Conrad.Original concept sketches for a proposed fighting game by artist John Tobias showed a character called "Michael Grimm, the current box office champion and star of such movies as Dragon's Fist, Dragon's Fist II and the award-winning Sudden Violence." According to martial artist Daniel Pesina, who portrayed Cage in the original game and the 1993 sequel Mortal Kombat II, the character was first modeled after Daniel Rand from the Iron Fist comic series.Cage's main role in Mortal Kombat X is as a Special Forces consultant instead of an actor; his design by Nether Realm Studios (formerly Midway Games) was their attempt to define whether or not he had taken his martial arts skills seriously since the aftermath of the 2011 reboot game, and he was outfitted in tactical gear that was designed to fit his fighting style while finding the balance between "serious or stoic" and "too goofy".In Mortal Kombat, the 2011 reboot of the first three games, Cage is described as "a descendant of an ancient Mediterranean cult who bred warriors for the gods" as an explanation for his special powers.The storyline then travels back in time to the Shaolin Tournament from the original Mortal Kombat, where Cage is a cocky and talkative martial arts actor who has entered as a publicity stunt and repeatedly flirts with Special Forces lieutenant Sonya Blade.