Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition News
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Fan film-makers, your dreams can come true. New Line cinema revealed today that it is developing a big screen Mortal Kombat movie to be made by Kevin Tancharoen, the guy who directed the Mortal Kombat: Legacy films, films that were born of a fan-film with no official affiliation with the original product. The writer of the web series, Oren...
Look, video game movies get a bad rap, and in most cases, rightly so. But Mortal Kombat deserves none of that. The 1995 adaptation of the fighting series by then-newcomer Paul W.S. Anderson was cheesy, fun, over-the-top and surprisingly faithful to the series it was based on. There have been various attempts to get a third Mortal Kombat movie...
A bunch of info has come out recently about still-a-rumor sequel Mortal Kombat 9. Here's a rundown of evidence to suggest the game is more than just vaporware, and may be close to the reveal stage: Actress Dana Lyn Baron said on a (since removed) blog entry that she plays Sonya in the game. It's also on her IMDB resume. Actress Brenda...
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