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Title: Mortal Kombat: Legacy
Post by: BIG ACH on July 26, 2011, 07:40:51 AM

Great fucking series:

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Post by: DK II on July 27, 2011, 10:57:49 PM
Cool, thanks!

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Post by: Gregzs on June 28, 2012, 04:44:01 PM

MORTAL KOMBAT Director Teases Upcoming Fight Match-Ups

Want to know what's happening with the mysterious MK film? Director Kevin Tancharoen has revealed a few pages of the script which reveal a few of the fight match-ups you can expect to see when the film is released.

Today on Kevin Tancharoen's twitter account, many hungry fans were treated to some minor tidbits of scenes we can expect to see in the upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot!

The scenes involve Jax, Kabal, Scorpion and Sub-Zero.

Title: Re: Mortal Kombat: Legacy
Post by: Gregzs on July 14, 2012, 08:48:36 PM

SDCC '12: Season Two Of MORTAL KOMBAT: LEGACY Announced

At the San Diego Comic-Con, Mortal Kombat: Legacy season two was announced by director Kevin Tancharoen, who will also helm the upcoming film.

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Post by: Gregzs on December 06, 2012, 09:40:29 PM

Warner Brothers announces new Cast members and debut date for Mortal Kombat Legacy Season 2

Shortly after the news broke out that Cary Hiryoki Tagawa will reprise his shang tsun role, Warner Brothers has issued a full press release detailing the new cast of the second season of the Web series Mortal Kombat Legacy as well as a debut date.

The Cast will see some changes and additions. First of all Brian tee will portray the traditional hero Liu Kang, while Marc Dacascos is cast as his loyal friend Kung Lao. Harry Shun Jr. (Glee) will play Kuai Liang, the younger Sub-zero who took the mantle after his older brother dies in the first tournament.

Matt Mullins who portrayed Johnny Cage in the first season of the web series has been replaced by Casper Van Dein (starship troopers). Jerry Ryan and Tahmoh Peniket who played snoya and stryker respectively in the first season, have both been confirmed as not returning to the series with their roles going to unannounced actors.

Ian anthony dale will repise his role as the undead scorpion, while no mention if Ryan robins will still play Rayden.

The Press release also mentions that the series will debut on on Q2 2013 with a first preview clip set to be shown at the 2013 Streamy awards on February 17th.

Below is the full press release from Warner Brothers:

 "BURBANK, CALIF., December 3, 2012 – A second season of the hit live-action web series “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” is currently in production in Los Angeles and will debut worldwide in Q2 2013 exclusively on Machinima, the number one entertainment network on YouTube. Based on the best-selling “Mortal Kombat” videogame franchise, Kevin Tancharoen (“Mortal Kombat: Legacy”) returns to direct and co-write “Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2″ alongside writers Josh Baizer and Marshall Johnson (“Dead Loss”).

The first season of “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” was one of the most-viewed web series of 2011 with more than 60 million views to date on Machinima. In the second season the saga continues as Liu Kang and Ermac join the ranks of fighters introduced in the first season of the web series including Kenshi, Kung Lao, Kuai Lang, Stryker, Kitana, Mileena, Johnny Cage, Scorpion and Sub Zero. This new season will uncover the rivalries and histories of these fierce warriors as Raiden and his recruits clash against the dark forces of Outworld. The epic battle for Earthrealm has finally begun!

“Fans are in for a real treat with the second season of Mortal Kombat: Legacy,” said Tancharoen. “With added visual effects and storylines that dive deeper into our warriors as they make their way to the tournament, we’re taking this series to a whole new level. I’m really looking forward to showing fans the first clip during the Streamy Awards on February 17. ”

“Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2″ features stars from television and film – many of whom have real-world martial arts experience. The cast includes Harry Shum, Jr. (“Glee”) as the warlord adviser “Kuai Liang,” Casper Van Dien (“Starship Troopers”) as martial arts film actor “Johnny Cage,” Brian Tee (“The Wolverine”) as Shaolin Monk “Liu Kang,” Mark Dacascos (“Cradle 2 the Grave “) as “Kung Lao” – a close friend of “Liu Kang,” Ian Anthony Dale (“Hawaii Five-O”) returns as the resurrected ninja “Scorpion,” and reprising his role he made famous in the “Mortal Kombat” theatrical release – Cary Tagawa as the powerful, arrogant sorcerer “Shang Tsung.”

“Machinima and our audience have been eagerly awaiting the next chapter in this series, and I’m thrilled to announce that Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2 will return to its original home on Machinima,” said Allen DeBevoise, Chairman, Co-Founder, and CEO of Machinima. “We have become a destination for episodic narrative series thanks in part to the first season of Mortal Kombat: Legacy, and we look forward to breaking new ground with this much anticipated new season.”

“Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2″ comes from producer Lance Sloane (“H+: The Digital Series” / “Act of Valor”) and Kevin Tancharoen (“Mortal Kombat: Legacy”) who also serves as the series’ director. Production services are provided by Bandito Brothers, and Hayden Roush and Marina Stabile serve as Line Producers. The series is written by Josh Baizer, Marshall Johnson and Kevin Tancharoen. “Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2″ is produced by Warner Bros. Digital Distribution and distributed by Machinima, Inc.

Mortal Kombat was first released on October 8, 1992. Since then it has become known as one of the darkest fighting games on the market. Famed for its mortal competition, fatalities and dark sense of humor, the game has been released on all major consoles, as well as arcade machines. The original development team, now known as NetherRealm Studios, led by creative director Ed Boon, continues to develop the game and build upon the existing success and rich story it has created to date.

The latest chapter of “Mortal Kombat” was released in 2011 by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, marking a triumphant return to the series’ roots in the fastest and most brutal installment to date. The game returned to a mature presentation and reinvented its classic 2D fighting mechanic in addition to adding new gameplay features including tag team, a deeper story mode, and nostalgic arcade battle online and offline. Selling more than three million units worldwide, the reinvention of the franchise became the highest-selling fighting game of the year and won numerous “Best Fighting Game” awards, including Spike TV’s 2011 Video Game Awards, 2012 Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences Interactive Achievement Awards, and recognition from Game Informer, Official Xbox Magazine and"

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Post by: Gregzs on February 17, 2013, 12:31:44 AM

New Images from Mortal Kombat Legacy 2, Trailer to debut tomorrow

A trailer of the second season of Mortal Kombat Legacy is set to debut tomorrow at the streamy awards. has published some new photos (Featuring Kung Lao and Liu Kang) from the series that will sure get you hyped.

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Post by: Gregzs on February 18, 2013, 04:11:08 PM

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Post by: Gregzs on September 26, 2013, 09:03:21 PM

Mortal Kombat: Legacy premiered its second season today on Machinima. It tells the continuing, and hyper-violent, journey of your favorite characters from the classic video game franchise. The man behind all of it, the creator of the video game, is Ed Boon, who, along with John Tobias, brought some of the most colorful and singular characters in all of gaming to life. We spoke to Mr. Boon back at Comic-Con about the new season, about taking the Mortal Kombat formula to Injustice, and about the legacy that led to Legacy.

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Post by: Gregzs on May 09, 2014, 09:22:34 PM
On a related note:


Machinima has just released its first full length trailer for Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist, the coming of age story of Street Fighter‘s titular heroes, Ryu and Ken, and it’s packed with a lot of punch (pun intended).

In the duo’s pursuit of becoming the Ansatsuken Master, we are shown the backstory of not only the brothers, but some of Street Fighter‘s most iconic characters and how the past, present, and future of all of those characters are intertwined.

Take a look at the fisticuff-full trailer below that hints how becoming Ansatsuke Master will threaten to tear brothers apart:

From the looks of it, history may very well repeat itself, but the question remains, which brother will follow the dark path of Akuma? The live-action series is the brainchild of Joey Ansah (The Bourne Ultimatum, Snow White and the Huntsman). Ansah, who also stars in the series (Akuma), wrote the script with Christian Howard, who reprises his role as Ken Masters from the original fan film. The series also stars Mike Moh as Ryu, Togo Igawa (47 Ronin, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Last Samurai) as Gōtetsu, Akira Koieyama as Gōken, Gaku Space as Gōki, Mark Killeen (300: Rise of an Empire, The Dark Knight Rises) as Mr. Masters, and Hal Yamanouchi as Senzo.

Prep your eyes for May 23: Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist will officially debut in its entirety (12 episodes) on YouTube.

Title: Re: Mortal Kombat: Legacy
Post by: eastonb on September 08, 2014, 02:44:04 AM
thx bro!