Mortal Kombat to get webisode series

By Joe Anderson, Sunday, 16 January 2011 12:13 GMT


The Mortal Kombat film reboot may be dead, but it seems there is some live action hope for fans of the series thanks to director Kevin Tancharoen.


According to horror fan site Bloody Disgusting, Tancharoen will begin filming a 10-part Mortal Kombat webisode series next month, following in the same vein as the pilot which appeared last year.

There isn’t a lot of information about the project other than Jai White’s continued involvement as Jax, however it’s nice to know that someone has at least managed to salvage something from the taster. 

Thanks, Joystiq.

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