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Mortal Kombat: Legacy Season 2 May Not Or May Not Feature Jax [Rumor]

Consistency won’t be entirely found in season two of Mortal Kombat: Legacy when it comes to which actors are portraying our favorite combatants.  As you may recall, last week saw a wave of news come in concerning who wasn’t returning to reprise their role in the second season of MK: Legacy, the biggest of which was actor Matt Mullins not being asked to reprise the role of Johnny Cage

Episode 2 Of Mortal Kombat: Legacy Is Now Available And There's A Quasi Fatality In It

Once again it’s Toasty Tuesday and along with the release of the new Mortal Kombat game, episode 2 of Mortal Kombat: Legacy is now available to watch.  Last week we saw the long awaited web series debut and it certainly didn’t disappoint. Sure, the first episode was a bit slow and had slightly more gunplay than hand-to-hand combat, but the acting was good, the directing was solid and it was just nice to see Mortal Kombat again.

Episode 1 Of the Mortal Kombat Web Series Is Now Out And Yeah, It's Pretty Rad

After waiting over a year for it to become a reality, the first episode of the Mortal Kombat live-action web series has premiered and it’s as awesome as we all hoped it would be.  Things do start off a bit slow in episode 1 of the web series as it simply revolves around Jax (Michael Jai White), Sony Blade (Jeri Ryan) and Stryker (Tahmoh Penikett) trying to nail down Kano, who apparently has something to do with the cybernetic gizmos that we’ll see pop up with Cyrax and Sektor.

Awesome Mortal Kombat Short Film Becomes a Web Series

Many of us got our Mortal Kombat fandom's juices flowing when an awesome Mortal Kombat short film mysteriously popped up one day on the internet. The short film fueled rumors like wildfire speculating that perhaps it was a trailer for either a movie reboot or a trailer for at that time a yet to be officially announced new Mortal Kombat game.

Black Dynamite: The Cartoon is really happening

In the world of exploitation/spoof films there’s none better and more badass than Black Dynamite.  For the all the squares or lame cats out there, Black Dynamite was a film that spoofed the Black exploitation films of the 1970s, in such a way that it not only paid homage to said films but created an experience that was one of the funniest comedy films I’ve ever seen.

UPDATE - Is this the first look at the Mortal Kombat reboot? [Video]

UPDATE - The video has been confirmed to be a pitch made by director Larnell Stovall.  This is Stovall's reimaging of the MK series and at this point is merely a pitch to WB as a potential film.  So this is sadly unrelated to MK9 and isn't even greenlit as a film.


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