Mortal Kombat Movie Announced


Posted September 29, 2011 - By Stephen Johnson

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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 Uziel, will write the big-screen adaptation, but the movie will not serve as an extension of the game or digital series.

There are no actors attached as yet to the project, and no more information available; it's in the early stages of development, but I'd like to offer my services to play Noob Saibot. I love that Noob Saibot.

Given the track record of 30 years worth of game-to-film adaptations, I fully expect this flick to never be made, and if it is, to be terrible, but at least we know that, should Uziel and Tancharoen stay onboard,  people with a love and understanding of the game will be involved in making the movie.  So there's a (tiny bit) of hope.

What do you think? Is this exciting news? Or terrible news? Oh, and check out episode 1 of Mortal Kombat Legacy for a look at what Mortal Kombat could look like on the big screen.

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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Mortal Kombat Movie Announced


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