Warner Bros. has sent out some early release information to retailers that indicates that the web original series Mortal Kombat: Legacy will arrive on November 8th for both DVD and Blu-ray, with the Blu-ray release retailing at $19.98. The series has done well with its nine episode run on YouTube where it garnered some twelve million hits and increased attention to it as it progressed by getting into the more game-driven aspects of powers and backgrounds. The series was seen as an attempt to prove that a new feature could be made and that there should be an audience, since the last film came out all the way back in 1997.
On both releases, the extras will include Mortal Kombat Legacy: Fights – A look at the role Fatalities and hyper-violence play in the Mortal Kombat storytelling process. Included within the piece is a detailed exploration of the fights and stunts staged during the production of the web-series and Mortal Kombat Legacy: Fan Made – Go inside the mind of Mortal Kombat super fan Kevin Tancharoen and uncover his passion and vision that brought Mortal Kombat: Legacy to life. The Blu-ray release gets some exclusives with Mortal Kombat Legacy: Expanding The Netherrealm — Multi-chapter documentary brings the Mortal Kombat universe to life; Mortal Kombat: Mysticism – Discover the powers that define the characters; Mortal Kombat: Gear – Explore all the weapons that make Mortal Kombat fighting unique.
Aye they were pretty bad.
I agree with something IGN said.They should released one episode each month so they have more time to work on them.Episode 9 turned out great because they had more time to work on it.
That may not be entirely true.
They were releasing them 1 a week, but that doesn't mean they were speed producing it within that week.
Chances are, the reason they were releasing them once a week, was because they already had them done.
Ep. 09 probably took longer to be released because they probably didn't have it completely done by the time ep. 09 was suppose to be released.
Either that, or they were planning on stopping at Ep. 08, but WB said, do 9, or any varition or combination there of.
I read back my comment 3 times, and it still sounds like I'm agreeing with you.
What I ment by that, was that they may have actually started production on Ep. 09 late, therefore, it may have actually taken the same amount of time to produce each of the 1-8 eps. that it did ep. 09.
In the end though, all that really is, is speculation on my part, since I really have no idea when production for ep. 09 started.
It's official,a MK reboot film is happening.
Kevin T is going to direct it.Hopefully it's tone is similar to the trailer and Raiden episode.
Shame though that it's not going to be connected to the webseries.
Dude...I didn't like the idea at first making another Mortal Kombat movie, but after seeing that trailer, I'm psyched! Never before have I ever thought Baraka could actually look pretty badass. I wonder how they made Kabal look...*cross' fingers*
It's about time they came out with the third movie. They took their damn time.
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Mortal Kombat Rebirth 2013
October 23, 2011, 12:26am
I have to say that I am pretty impressed with what they accomplished, especially with that budget. The fact that Raiden was contained so easily was rather annoying, but I am loving the direction it's all going in.
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