Sunday, November 3, 2013


Best (L to R) Brian Tee, Ian Anthony Dale, Kevin Tancharoen, Casper Van Dien, Eric Jacobus and Kim Do. BOTTOM (L to R) Samantha Jo, Michelle Lee and Mark Dacascos

The wait is virtually over, or so it seems, with 3 months to go prior to we ultimately get to see what director Kevin Tancharoen has in shop for Kombat fans with Mortal Kombat Legacy: Season 2. Actor Mark Dacascos posted a link from co-star Brian Tee's WhoSay account on Facebook nowadays from a private Los Angeles screening of all the episodes with the cast, saying the following:

Aloha! We had a cast and crew screening of Mortal Kombat Legacy, Season 2, last night. I can not wait for you to see it.
They told us it would premiere on Machinima in September, 2013. Aloha, MD

Fans had been offered a brand new trailer back in February, in addition to a first-ever tv spot in promotion of a webseries on AMC, followed by an extra sneak peak featured at an MIPCube occasion in Cannes back in April with Tancharoen and Warner Bros. executive Lance Sloane in attendance. Following the webseries will come the development of the film, which has since been confirmed. The film is co-scripted by MK: Rebirth and Males In Black 4 scribe Oren Uziel and will go into pre-production this August just soon after comic-con, currently with season two actor Casper Van Dien officially attached to play Johnny Cage, along with Michael Jai White, reprising his part as Jax from Mortal Kombat Legacy: Season One. No word but on who is playing the other characters, although characters like Sonya Blade, Kabal and Goro have been mentioned in preceding reports inside the previous year.

MK Legacy: Season two will star Van Dien as Cage, Tee as Liu Kang and Dacascos as Kung Lao, along with with returning actor Ian Anthony Dale as Scorpion and actress Samantha Jo as Kitana. Other listed kombatants incorporate Dave McInnis as Raiden, Eric Steinberg as Sub-Zero, Daniel Southworth as Kenshi, Eric Jacobus as Stryker, Michelle Lee as Mileena, Harry Shum as Tundra and Kim Do as Ermac, along with Cary Tagawa in a celebratory revival of his character, Shang Tsung from the 1995 film, Mortal Kombat.

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