Mortal Combat 1995, M K: Annihilation 1997, Legacy ~ Movie ~ New DVD
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Mortal Kombat (1995) PG-13&Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997) PG-13&Mortal Kombat: Legacy (2011) TVMATriple FeatureDVD MovieNEWLEGACY Mortal Kombat is a 1995 American fantasy martial arts action film directed by Paul W. S. Anderson, produced by Lawrence Kasanoff, written by Kevin Droney, and starring Robin Shou, Linden Ashby, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Bridgette Wilson, Talisa Soto and Christopher Lambert. It is a loose adaptation of the early entries in the fighting game series Mortal Kombat and is the first installment in the Mortal Kombat film series. Mortal Kombat: Annihilation is a 1997 American martial arts fantasy film directed by John R. Leonetti. It is the sequel to the 1995 film Mortal Kombat, and the second installment in the Mortal Kombat film series, which is based on the Mortal Kombat video game franchise developed by Midway Games. The film stars Robin Shou, Talisa Soto, Brian Thompson, Sandra Hess, Lynn "Red" Williams, Irina Pantaeva, Marjean Holden, Musetta Vander, and James Remar. Although the story picks up immediately after the last film ended, all the roles from the previous production were recast, with the exception of Shou and Soto. Mortal Kombat: Legacy is an American action/martial arts web series anthology adapted from the fictional universe of the Mortal Kombat video game franchise. It debuted on Machinima.com's YouTube channel on April 11, 2011. The second season was released in its entirety on September 26, 2013. The show's premise originated with director Kevin Tancharoen's short film titled Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, which portrayed the background to the original game's story. Seeking the green-light from the studio for production on a re-imagined Mortal Kombat film, he submitted the concept to Warner Bros. Pictures after having presented it to both Midway Games (Warner purchased Mortal Kombat and other assets from the original owners of the property in 2009) and New Line Cinema (the original Mortal Kombat film rights holder became a division/label of the larger studio in 2008), which declined to back the film, despite the attention and positive fan reception. Instead Tancharoen got the go-ahead to shoot the web series.