Okay, in recent news, it looks like "Mortal Kombat" fans will finally get their wish, as it has been released earlier this week that Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema will green light Kevin Tanchoreon's version of "Mortal Kombat." After the recent success of the online web series, "Mortal Kombat: Legacy", Warner Bros. is now a hundred percent confident that an "R-rated" movie directed by Kevin will be a huge hit at the box office. There's no official word on what characters will be in the reboot, nor is there any info on whether the Web series cast will reprise their roles for the film. However, Kevin did say that what he would keep fans posted, and that the film is being targeted for a 2013 release. Anyway, here's a link to know more:
yeah, i just hope they don't try to dumb it down to a pg 13 rating. don't get me wrong, i know there's been a lot of dark pg 13 movies, but a franchise like "Mortal Kombat" NEEDS to be an r rated film to be portrayed accurately.
When the the first movies came out me and my friends loved them. I bughtthem for my son and he loved them. I however wept at the content and was in utter shock at how stupid the movies were. I pray to God in Heaven that the new movie will try to be a movie and not the game. They need to follow one character's story like Sub Zero and Scorpians story arc. Leave that flamer Johny Cage in Hollywood and let Raidan be played by a fricken asian this time!!!!
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