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Kevin Tancharoen, the director of Mortal Kombat: Legacy, has officially stepped away from all things mortal and combative, he revealed via Twitter. Tancharoen headed up the Legacy webseries after launching Mortal Kombat Rebirth, a short, gritty film starring classic Mortal Kombat characters, in 201...

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The second season of Mortal Kombat: Legacy shadow-kicks off in Q2 2013. Titled Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2, the follow-up to the 2011 web-series is being brought to YouTube by Machinima, who Microsoft recently teamed up with on Halo 4 tie-in Forward Unto Dawn. Kevin Tancharoen returns as director and w...

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Kevin Tancharoen's fatality-focused webseries Mortal Kombat: Legacy will be coming back for a second season, according to the exceptionally hokey announcement video above. Having wrapped up most of the important origin stories in season one, season two will focus on the Mortal Kombat tournament it...

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Did you like Kevin Tancharoen's Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series? New Line Cinema evidently did, as it's hired Tancharoen to direct a new film based on the bloody franchise. So, to sum up, that one self-produced "Rebirth" short got Tancharoen a job first as a web series director, and now on a fea...

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The final episode of the Mortal Kombat Legacy web series can now be watched ... right here! For the ideal Mortal Kombat experience, we suggest yelling "FINISH HIM" before watching the episode, and then spiking your monitor into a river of acid.* *Joystiq is not responsible for any property dam...

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In June of last year, a video short appeared online under the name "Mortal Kombat: Rebirth." It was a polished, inventive take on the now classic fighting game franchise. Initially, its origins were unknown and fans could only speculate: Was it a clip from a new movie? An elaborate teaser for a n...

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With under two weeks left until the official launch of the new Mortal Kombat, the game's companion live-action web series has been given a premiere date: April 12. According to Hadoken.net, the first episode will be available via Machinima at 4PM PST, following a live stream event. Select actors ...

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Director Kevin Tancharoen is planning to film nine episodes, running between seven and ten minutes each, for the live-action Mortal Kombat series that was announced by Warner Bros. earlier this month. In an interview with Gamasutra, Tancharoen says that the sure-to-be-violent vignettes will delve...

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