The second episode of the new web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy is now live and waiting for you to jump into the action. Things are heating up, kids. See for yourself! From the Press Release
Matt Reeves is a director who knows a thing or two about making good vampire movies, as proved by his way better than expected take on Let Me In. Given this fact, it's no wonder he's been tapped to illustrate yet another tale of these fiendish bloodsuckers.
We told you last week that Lionsgate was very close to nabbing Fright Night remake director Craig Gillespie to helm their big screen adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Today the 'Gate has made it official.
Tomorrow, April 19, Mortal Kombat the video game (which is nothing short of amazing; look for a review soon) will be hitting store shelves, but the franchise has already hit new heights on the web!
And the cast of Stephen Sommers' Odd Thomas adaptation continues to grow with the addition of former "Undercovers" star Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Viola, a waitress who raises two young girls after their junkie mother dies.
One of the most beloved characters of the Mortal Kombat franchise has always been the arm-bladed killer from Outworld, Baraka, who debuted in the Mortal Kombat II video game. The character has made the jump to Kevin Tancharoen's unique take on the series, Mortal Kombat: Legacy, and we have a new look at him.
Amidst a crowded sea of stars circling the Odd Thomas project including Willem Dafoe, Nico Tortorella, Emma Roberts, and even Tim Robbins, only one man has the gumption to just sign on ... comedian Patton Oswalt.
Exclusive Video Interview: Mortal Kombat Co-Creator Ed Boon Talks Mortal Kombat: Legacy Web Series & the New Mortal Kombat Game
If you’re like me and found yourself addicted to the Mortal Kombat games growing up (as a button-smasher myself, I regularly owned my friends on the arcade version at our local pizza joint), then you owe a huge debt of gratitude to Ed Boon, one of the original creators of the Mortal Kombat gaming franchise.
Hot off his stint in Scream 4, emerging star Nico Tortorella (pictured) and his insanely high hair look to be circling yet another odd little project as the main bad guy. Read on for details.
Last year Kevin Tancharoen took a huge career gamble. The director, who had mostly been know in the industry for his work on various dance projects, decided it was time to fulfill a lifelong dream and set off to make his Mortal Kombat: Rebirth short film as a calling card to pursue helming a new feature-film adaptation of the gaming franchise.
The day is finally here, folks. The premiere episode of Kevin Tancharoen's badass take on the Mortal Kombat franchise, Mortal Kombat: Legacy, is live and brimming with violence, fighting, and gunplay. You know, the good stuff!
Actress Jeri Ryan may be best known to fans worldwide for her portrayal of the “Star Trek: Voyager” character Seven of Nine, but prepare to embrace her now as another iconic character: Sonya Blade from the Mortal Kombat series of games and films.
Exclusive Video Interview: Michael Jai White Talks Mortal Kombat: Legacy Web Series and the Black Dynamite Animated Series
Actor Michael Jai White has made a career of being a badass. He first hit Hollywood’s radar with his performance as the one and only Mike Tyson for the HBO series based on the troubled boxer’s early years.
We're just a single day away from the premiere of Kevin Tancharoen's badass take on the Mortal Kombat franchise, Mortal Kombat: Legacy, and to further entice you, yet another image has slipped online, this one showing Scorpion getting ready to get his gear on! From the Press Release
Filmmaker Mark Steensland is certainly on a roll. Fresh on the heels of his short film The Weeping Woman hitting the festival circuit this spring comes word that Steensland and screenwriter Rick Hautala have acquired the screen rights to Graham Masterton’s novel Tengu via their Chang Shao Trading Company shingle. From the original novel's synopsis: