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Mortal Kombat Director On Adapting Interactive Storytelling to Movies
Caption: HIROYUKI SANADA as Scorpion/Hanzo Hasashi in New Line Cinema's action adventure "Mortal Kombat," a Warner Bros Pictures release. "Because I knew that there wasn't any way to sort of take the executional component of that interactivity, that full brain immersion, which is a different thing in a game than it is to a movie," McQuoid[...]
Mortal Kombat Director Paul W.S. Anderson Reflects on 25 Years
Image courtesy of New Line Cinema   In the history of video games adapted to films, there have been far more stinkers than gems One of the arguable gems is Paul W.S Anderson's Mortal Kombat Adapted from the 1993 Midway game of the same name, the 1995 film follows the familiar plot of the arcade classic[...]
Lord of the Rings Cast Return to the Fellowship on Reunited Apart
Image courtesy of New Line Cinema Lord of the Rings Reunion: Humans, Dwarves, Hobbits, and Elves, Oh, My! The reunion certainly doesn't stop with the hobbits The remainder of the fellowship in Ian McKellan (Gandalf), Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn), Orlando Bloom (Legolas), John Rhys-Davies (Gimli), and Sean Bean (Boromir) also stopped by Other cast members Andy Serkis (Gollum),[...]
More classic Mortal Kombat characters are coming to the fray for the 2021 live action reboot with New Line Cinema tapping Chin Han (Marco Polo, Skyscrapper) to play the evil sorcerer Shang Tsung and Hiroyuki Sanada (Avengers: Endgame, Westworld) to play the fiery hellspawn, Scorpion, according to Variety. Editorial credit: Eugene Powers / Shutterstock.com Tsung was the[...]