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:
Fans of Sub-Zero, prepare to have a chill sent down your spine (before it gets ripped out of course)! Finally a good look at one of the kombatants in Kevin Tancharoen's badass take on the Mortal Kombat franchise is here! From the Press Release
And yet more potential casting news has come in for the upcoming Stephen Sommers adaptation of Dean R. Koontz's Odd Thomas, this time in the form of Willem Dafoe, who's in talks to portray the local police chief in the tale.
I don't think we've ever been so excited to dig on a web series than we are for Kevin Tancharoen's badass take on the Mortal Kombat. Need more incentive to get you percolating? Than how about the first ever clip? Yeah, we knew that would do it! From the Press Release
It looks as if the character of the gunslinger, Roland Deschain, is very close to having a real life counterpart in Ron Howard's big screen adaptation of the much beloved Stephen King series The Dark Tower.
You want to talk about a long journey to find a director? Look no further than the quest for Lionsgate's big screen adaption of Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It looks as if the roller coaster is finally slowing down and reaching its intended destination.
And the circle of talent who have their eyes set on nabbing a role for the upcoming Stephen Sommers adaptation of Dean R. Koontz's Odd Thomas has grown bigger by one. One very pretty one.
It's a good time to be a Mortal Kombat fan. The video game has officially gone gold (that means it's gotten the green light for mass distribution), and the stellar looking Kevin Tancharoen web series has officially set its premiere date!
The casting rumors return for the upcoming Stephen Sommers adaptation of Dean R. Koontz's Odd Thomas. That's right, kids, more unconfirmed goodness is making its way around the biz and we've got the skinny on who could be next!
If anyone here has read Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's brilliant graphic novel The Boys, you already know one thing ... this ultra-violent tale of psychopathic superheroes is simply screaming for a big screen adaptation.
More supernatural spookiness abounds! Word has just broken that District 9 scribe Terri Tatchell will be penning the scripts for the big screen adaptations of Amanda Hocking's self-published novels in her Trylle trilogy.