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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:28am 28/10/13 | 1 Comments
The Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series, which recently enjoyed a rollout of its second season, was born from a faith project. Unlike other fan series that can often wind up with court orders set against them, the powers that be saw the potential in Kevin Tancharoen's stylised vision for the MK universe and allowed him and his creative team to craft the popular web series, with a film project, greenlit by New Line Cinema, added to the fray.

Tancharoen, however, took to Twitter recently to say goodbye to the director's seat for all things Mortal Kombat, citing a desire to work in other creative avenues outside of the IP as his reason for walking away.
"After 3 years of Kombat, I've decided to move on to other creative opportunities. I wish everyone involved in the movie big success. Thanks!"
It's sad to see the original visionary go, but the interest and success of the web series should keep a stake in the big-screen production alive, one would hope.

In case you missed the web series at all, click here to see what all the fuss was about.

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Posted 10:31am 28/10/13
Season 2 was pretty damn cool, but too short :(
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