Kevin Tancharoen, creator and director Mortal Kombat Legacy, is no longer slated to direct the Mortal Kombat film which has been in the works since 2011. Taking to Twitter, Tancharoen stated: “After 3 years of Kombat, I’ve decided to move on to other creative opportunities. I wish everyone involved in the movie big success. Thanks!” Last we heard, the film’s budget was set at $40 million with the plot revolving around a supermarket employee who discovers he has super powers. Via Ain’t It Cool. Thanks, rumrod.
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Through the break you’ll find a cast photo for Mortal Kombat: Legacy’s second season, as shared by director Kevin Tancharoen. Just look at those happy sunny faces. The return of the highly successful web series is thanks to a deal between Warner Bros. and Machinima, and the new episodes kick off on February 17.
Mortal Kombat: Legacy will return next year with a second season of live-action stories based on NetherRealm’s gory fighter.
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This seems to have slipped off our radar, but as promised the second season of the web-series Mortal Kombat: Legacy is available now in its entirety. The first Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series had over 60 million views according to director Kevin Tancharoen. We have added the seasons’ ten episodes in one handy playlist for […]
Mortal Kombat: Legacy Season 2 starts September 26, it’s been announced. The entire season will arrive at once, and introduces Liu Kang, Kung Lao, Kenshi and Ermac to the live-action series. Shang Tsung will be played by Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa this season – he’s the same actor who played the character in the 1995 Mortal Kombat […]