Mortal Kombat: Legacy Synopsis
The Mortal Kombat digital series is an anthology of multiple live action shorts, each providing never-before-revealed insights into characters featured in the upcoming videogame as well as the game’s universe.
Mortal Kombat, Justice League: Gods and Monsters and Play It Again, Dick were all given series orders for WB's Blue Ribbon Content.
The director is responsible for rejuvenating the property with two successful webseries. The movie continues forward, now in search of a director.
Kevin Tancharoen directed and co-wrote all 10 episodes of this web series starring Harry Shum Jr., Casper Van Dien and Brian Tee.
Harry Shum Jr., Casper Van Dien, and Ian Anthony Dale lead the cast for this new season of Kevin Tanchareon's web series.
Production is already under way in Los Angeles, with the first clip to be unveiled at the Streamy Awards on February 17.
Writer-director Kevin Tancharoen breaks the news that this new season is finally coming, along with which characters will be involved.
Kevin Tancharoen wrote and directed all nine episodes of this web series which delves into the background of several Mortal Kombat characters.
In the episode, Cyrax and Sektor are chosen to be the future of the Lin Kuei by the Grand Master.
40,000 limited-edition hotel key cards will be handed out in San Diego with designs for such series as Alcatraz, Person of Interest, and Mortal Kombat: Legacy.
Kevan Ohtsji and Ian Anthony Dale star as Sub-Zero and Scorpion in this two-part arc of Kevin Tancharoen's web series.
Director Kevin Tancharoen gives us the first in a two-part arc featuring Kevan Ohtjsi as Sub-Zero and Ian Anthony Dale as Scorpion.
Ryan Robbins stars as the electrifying Raiden in this new episode in Kevin Tancharoen's highly-regarded web series.
The writer-director of this popular web series discusses future episodes including Rayden, a DVD release, Season 2, Glee Live! 3D! and much more.
The second part of the Kitana and Mileena story wraps up in this latest episode from director Kevin Tancharoen's web series.
The latest episode of Kevin Tancharoen's web series takes a look at the characters Kitana, Mileena, and Baraka.
Michael Jai White, Jeri Ryan, director Kevin Tancharoen, and creator Ed Boon discuss this webseries based on the popular videogame.
Matt Mullins makes his series debut as Johnny Cage in the latest episode of Kevin Tancharoen's hit web series.
This episode picks up where last week's left off, with Michael Jai White's Jax, Jeri Ryan's Sonya Blade, and Darren Shahlavi's Kano.
Fraser Aitcheson plays this fan favorite character in Kevin Tancharoen's new webseries that recently launched on Machinima.
Kevin Tancharoen's live action digital series stars Jeri Ryan, Michael Jai White and Darren Shahlavi.