WB has confirmed the live-action digital series of Mortal Kombat. You won’t get the series for free on youtube as most fans thought it would be. Instead it will be available to online digital retailers like Amazon.com and iTunes for a small fee.
As long as Michael Jai White's in it, then im happy.
You know something, that little teaser/test they performed with the original video was really good and intriguing. I'd be all over this if they can maintain the same feel and look.
Me too. I really hope, they have a lot of action and STORY in the new ones this time and not just flash and bang.
This needs to happen, I am running out of shows to keep up with and being a huge MK fan this sounds like a dream come true!
Hmmm TV shows seem to be going more big budget now. I like the little teaser they made, but can they keep that "feel" for an entire series is the question. You cant make the entire show like that or it will get annoying and lose the appeal, but with MK this should be easy.
I think its a lot better suited for a series than a feature film.
I'm not sure they can keep the same feel and atmosphere on television.
Honestly, I never really liked the test that they did (the Rebirth video). The fighting was cool, and the actors were good, but I still didn't like it. One of the things I like most about Mortal Kombat are the highly fantastical elements of it. It's a fantasy story and involves beings and people who are not of this world. Bringing them into a real world situation takes away that element. I'm sure the show on the whole will be just fine, but it won't be a MK show for me.
This looks like crap. They have changed so much from the first movie and games. They might as well change the title. Why would any MK fan want to watch this crap?
This is funny. I was watching the original Mortal Kombat movie from 95 and all of a sudden. I hear this news, Lol! I hope they can reboot it and make it awesome.
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