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First Teaser For Mortal Kombat Legacy Season Two

The first stretch of Kevin Tancharoen's Mortal Kombat Legacy web series often seemed rather off-message to me There was too much monkeying about with guns, not enough of the hand-to-hand shenanigans.This did get better as the series went on, mind you and now, this first teaser for the second run promises something far closer to the[...]

New Mortal Kombat Movie Borrowing Michael Jai White From The Web Series

Last we heard this new film was going to feature a: lowly unlucky supermarket employee who discovers that he has out of this world powers and must decide between good and evil, even though the evil side has helped him discover his true potential and who he really is. ...which made it sound pretty distinct from director[...]

Mortal Kombat Remake To Shop Smart, To Shop S-Mart

Not much is known about the Mortal Kombat do-over that director Kevin Tancharoen is planning, but there's been plenty of speculation Nobody seems to have guessed who the film's lead character would be, however Possibly because it's not one of the game's big-name characters.According to Bloody Disgusting, the film gets rolling when a McNobody finds[...]

New Mortal Kombat Movie Gets The Go Ahead

Who knows, it might be less painful than an angry vertebrectomy.Kevin Tancharoen, director of Glee 3D and Fame, has been handed the reigns on the new Mortal Kombat feature He has been tried and tested in the theatre of Kombat, having also directed the Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series, and Rebirth short.Indeed, Rebirth was written[...]

VIDEO: Mortal Kombat Live Action Series, Episode One

Kevin Tancharoen, director of  the Fame remake, is the man behind our new live action Mortal Kombat It's an online serial, and comes complete with the ever-popular subtitle, Legacy It has a little bit of swearing, a little bit of blood and a little bit of a chained up woman spitting in a man's face while he[...]

Jeri Ryan Returning In Mortal Kombat Web Series

Such is the case with Kevin Tancharoen, director of last year's hugely popular Mortal Kombat short movie Taking initiative to show the rights holders over at Warner Brothers how we would handle the MK universe if given the chance, he set out to shoot what is essentially a prologue story, ending on a cliffhanger where[...]