It seemed like Mortal Kombat was dead for a while there. No games, no movies, no Fatalities. But now, the gory fighting franchise is back, with a movie in development and season two of a slickly-made web series making its debut today. (The first episode is above.) The same guy is in charge of both, but he says the…
Mortal Kombat Legacy, the web series that was way more professional than it had any right to be, is back for a second season.
The nine episode web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy will come to a Blu-ray near you this November, courtesy of Warner Bros. and director Kevin Tancharoen, delivering live action Jax, Sonya, Scorpion, Sub-Zero and more onto one high-def disc.
Mortal Kombat: Legacy, the live-action web series based on the hit fighting game franchise, finished up over the weekend with its ninth and final episode.
Mortal Kombat fans have double the finale to look forward to at this week's San Diego Comic-Con. One is the final episode of Kevin Tancharoen's live action Mortal Kombat Legacy and, immediately following, the reveal of a new Mortal Kombat character.
Episode seven of director Kevin Tancharoen's live-action Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series touches on the origin of two of the video game franchise's most iconic characters, Scorpion and Sub-Zero. Why did they use two actors instead of just palette swapping?
In the latest episode of director Kevin Tancharoen's live-action Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series, the Thunder God Raiden choose a particularly inconvenient place to make his first appearance in the realm of mortals.
After a little comic relief courtesy of Johnny Cage, the Mortal Kombat: Legacy saga takes a mystical turn in episode four, telling the twisted tale of Shao Kahn, Sindel, Kitana, and Mileena.
The live-action Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series takes a lighter turn this week, taking a break from shattered arms and broken faces to focus on Hollywood's sweetheart, Johnny Cage.
Picking up where the first episode left off, the second episode of the new Mortal Kombat web series once again has Jeri Ryan as Sonya Blade and Michael Jai White as Jax hot on the heels of 300's Darren Shahlavi as Kano.
But is he uglier than he was in the original, viral Mortal Kombat clip? For the Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series, the character's make-up is getting reworked.
The first episode from the much hyped Mortal Kombat web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy is now online.