Mortal Kombat Rebirth
Live action web show Mortal Kombat: Legacy is going down a treat, racking up 5.5 million views in its first seven days.
Mortal Kombat Rebirth headlines
The director of webseries Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, Kevin Tancharoen, has said the initial YouTibe video of his creation was accidentally leaked on his part.
Earlier this month we heard reports of a ten-part web series from Mortal Kombat: Rebirth director Kevin Tancharoen, and to the simultaneous delight and horror of fans around the world. Warner Bros. has confirmed them.
Jeri Ryan herself has taken to Twitter to explain to the masses just exactly what that bad-ass Mortal Kombat video we saw yesterday was all about.
Update: According to a tweet from RZA (Robert Fitzgerald Diggs) from Wu-Tang Clan, the director is Kevin Tancharoen, and it should “bring back Mortal Kombat”. Word. (thanks, Mike) Original: Some footage has surfaced that looks to be either a new film for Mortal Kombat or a live-action trailer for Mortal Kombat 9.