‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy’ Season 2 Review – Fatality or Flawless Victory?

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Following the success of Kevin Tancharoen’s Mortal Kombat: Rebirth short-film, Warner Bros. green-lit the director’s Mortal Kombat: Legacy webseries – which was intended to serve as a companion to the storyline featured in NetherRealm Studios’ latest Mortal Kombat video game. As a result, season 1 of the series was a mix of standalone character-centric vignettes (Raiden, for example) along with interconnected episodes that set-up a larger narrative (featuring Sonya Blade, Jax, and Kano, among others) – leading to a sometimes uneven response from viewers who gravitated to certain fan-favorite kombatants (and Tancharoen’s unique interpretations) over others. Still, despite the few ups and downs, the series generated enough interest, and Machinima YouTube views, to justify a second season (not to mention a planned feature film reboot).

While the big screen Mortal Kombat movie is still a way down the road, and unlikely to be directly connected to the Legacy storyline, Tancharoen has nonetheless returned for season 2 – introducing a fresh batch of fan-favorite kombatants (such as Kenshi and Kung Lao) while also revisiting some of the franchise’s most iconic faces (adding further layers to characters like Liu Kang, Sub-Zero, and Scorpion).

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Ian Anthony Dale as Scorpion in ‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy’ Season 2

Whereas season 1 enabled Tancharoen to mix his “real-world” approach to Mortal Kombat Rebirth with the more fantastical elements of the video game series, allowing the director to let his imagination run wild, season 2 is a much more straightforward experience. The action, stories, and character designs are still grounded and believable but, this round, the filmmaker simplifies the core story by transporting all the main characters to Shang Tsung’s Island for a new Mortal Kombat tournament. On the island, warriors of Earthrealm and Outworld, chosen by Raiden and Shang Tsung, respectively, fight for the fate of their realms – while each kombatant’s backstory is explored through individual flashbacks.

Fans of Tancharoen’s unique take on the Mortal Kombat universe, especially those who prefer the Rebirth idea, might be slightly underwhelmed by the more direct methodology on display in season 2 – if only because the filmmaker’s more abstract ideas were always interesting to see (even when one or two extended their reach). That said, without question, the season 2 format delivers a significantly more cohesive and satisfying narrative experience – since the unified focus allows Tancharoen room to dig into each of the characters (not to mention create heightened conflict by putting them in the same place).

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Brian Tee as Liu Kang in ‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy’ Season 2

Instead of simply delivering new match-ups between kombatants that have faced-off countless times before in animated, live-action, and video game form, Legacy season 2 actually adds fresh layers to the actual men and women engaged in Mortal Kombat. Sub-Zero and Scorpion fans will see Tancharoen build upon the mythos he explored in season 1 – injecting a surprisingly rich and emotional angle to the iconic blue versus yellow rivalry. Similarly, the filmmaker takes one of the most well-known characters, Liu Kang, who is traditionally one of the least interesting in the series, and provides a fresh coat of story material that results in exceptionally intriguing ramifications.

Returning viewers will also notice that the series has received a bigger (albeit still modest) effects budget – punctuating the already engrossing fight choreography with cool supernatural elements and slow motion set pieces that highlight the webseries’ most entertaining (and downright brutal) moments. Longtime fans of the game will get to relish in several of the franchise’s favorite special moves and fatalities recreated in their full M-Rated gore – supplying a fun tease for how disturbing (and exciting) it would be to see an R-Rated Mortal Kombat feature film.

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Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Shang Tsung in ‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy’ Season 2

The primary cast members are competent in their roles – with Ian Anthony Dale (Scorpion), Mark Dacascos (Kung Lao), and Brian Tee (Liu Kang) delivering standout performances that would have no problem holding their own in a dramatic TV or film MK adaptation. Similarly, moviegoers who enjoyed Paul W. S. Anderson’s 1995 Mortal Kombat feature film will likely revel in seeing veteran actor Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa back in the role of Shang Tsung. Unfortunately, even the best performances in season 2 are undermined slightly by stilted deliveries from some of the extras that flesh-out flashback scenes. Most of the setbacks are easily forgivable, limited to a few lines of stilted dialogue, but from time to time they serve as a jolting reminder that, in spite of the many areas where Legacy excels, Tancharoen is still working with a limited webseries budget and resources.

Mortal Kombat: Legacy season 2 is another entertaining exploration of the battle between Earthrealm and Outworld, made believable by smart filmmaking choices, with some genuinely fresh ideas, slick fight sequences, and epic moments that should satisfy franchise faithfuls. Even though Tancharoen manages to make sense of the increasingly convoluted franchise mythology, less informed casual viewers might have trouble jumping-in at season 2, given the amount of time Legacy spends playing to its core audience through iconic match-ups, finishing moves, and long-established character dynamics. Still, until we finally get a modern (and bloody) MK movie on the big screen, Mortal Kombat: Legacy is a fun and proficient way to explore the franchise world and its unique kombatants.

Get started watching Mortal Kombat: Legacy season 2 below (or, if you’re new to the series, check out the season 1 episodes):


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Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2 is now available in its entirety over at Machinima.

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  1. To me it was pretty great. Just left me wanting for more. There needs to be a comic series around the MK world. The characters and their backstories are interesting.

    • If it were “comic” in the sense of the word of it being a funny parody send-up, it would be “Chortle Combat”!

      • I find your lack of Ks disturbing.

  2. I liked season 2. It was way better than season 1 which I aIso liked. Still the cliffhanger left a sour taste in my mouth. The whole season was building towards that final confrontation and ended with a to be continued. We don’t even know if we getting a third season. If we don’t get a third season I going to pissed that story never got conclusion.

    • A movie is in the works by the same people. Season 3 isn’t a certainty as far as I’m aware, but they have planned out what it will have in it. Kabal, for instance.

  3. I don’t understand a thing. It contradicts season 1 at many points. Trailer of season 1 with Jax and Scorpion talking was a better idea but they took off in different direction. Its ok to do it but what happened doesn’t make any sense.
    Still will watch part 3 but damn, 2 years and this? Too weak.
    I did like Johnny Cage the most. “F*ck it” lol. Besides wasn’t he dead in the first season?
    Story of Scorpion and Subzero is the only thing that plays good between 2 seasons. And frankly they were always the most developed and interesting characters in MK. But their fight was kind of fast. One time Subzero quickly freezes the fire, next time he’s charging one bubble for ever and never utilizes cold powers again. Sure, he didn’t want to fight but damn.

    • That wasn’t a trailer of Season 1. It was a fan film. Based on that, they were allowed to do a web series.

      Johnny Cage didn’t die in Season 1, he was visited by Shang Tsung. He thought he was going crazy and got himself admitted to a mental facility and since they couldn’t find anything wrong with him, he went off the rails. I agree that the actor was brilliant. When Raiden introduced himself as the God of thunder, his face was priceless.

      • So, the part where he is killed by Barakka doesn’t count and its the whole different story? Well, ok then.
        Thanks for clarifying it guys.

    • The trailer to Mk:rebirth was a pitch for a movie that ended up becoming a web series but not related to the pitch.

  4. Possible SPOILERS-I’m loving what they did to Liu I mean he is just a man. Some Sith type ish! I also loved the Scorpion Subzero fight and my mouth dropped at the fatality. Not because of the gore (which I enjoyed) but because I was not expecting that. Looks like anyone can die. BRING ON SEASON 3

    • Side note- wasnt that subzeros fatality?

      • Yeah. The good ol’ spine rip.

      • Hummm, I only get a black or white choice? What about those of us who didn’t think it was a total success but yet not a failure either? Guess I won’t vote.

        The good…..

        - I loved Sub-Zero, Scorpion and Kensih’s background stories and fights (although I would have loved to have seen more Sub-Zero powers like maybe and ice clone?)

        - King Lao and Liu Kang’s stories were interesting though I really would have preferred if Lao had been using his metal brimmed hat in the tourney.

        The bad…..

        - The girls fight was very lackluster. The choreography was way too slow to be believable and looked like what it was, staged.
        - Melina’s facial, “scar” was poorly done and looked fake almost all the time.

        - The F boming. Not that I’m a prude but it got very repetitive when every single explicative was the F word…./yawn. Mix it up a bit! How about a few hell’s, damn’s, s*hit, SOB and the like.

        - Casper VanDien as Cage? Sorry Casper but I didn’t believe you for a second. Honestly the best Cage was always the guy from the original movie. Was one of the best things about that movie. And I thought he was “supposed” to have a supernatural ability (thought it was super speed) but all I saw was his ability to get his a** kicked over and over and then say the F word.

        - Stryker was also 100% lame and a throw away character. Where was Sonya or Jax from Legacy 1 or maybe Nightwolf? All infinitely more interesting.

        - And would it REALLY have been so difficult to white out Scorpion’s pupils?

        So yeah it had it’s good and bad points.

        • Well that go put into the wrong place. ><

          and yes that was SubZero's original fatality but he performed it from the front.

        • i would have to agree with you on the F bombings, theres a time and a place for that kind of language but in 1151 during kenshi’s back story? that made no sense and was totally out of place. And the same with Kitana’s sister saying “you’ve been quiet all day, speak your F’ing mind” just didn’t really fit a character who had been living essentially in an old world setting for all those years

    • Agreed

  5. I felt Fatality in this season to be honest. I dislike the cliffhanger, and to much time was spent on reviewing the last episode so each part was cut short. I was just starting to like Stryker and This new Johnny Cage too. I do have to admit this season had better storytelling, But I liked the first season Johnny Cage, and Raiden more. It’s a shame they couldn’t get the same actors back to reprise their roles. I’m not sure if I want another chapter of this Legacy to continue.

    • If you liked Stryker you should check out the Youtube videos of his group The Stunt People. His name is Eric Jacobus and he’s an indie action film director/martial artist/stunt performer. Here’s his latest vid (Warning: Pretty gory):

  6. I enjoyed season 2 and the switch of some actors didn’t take away from anything to me. The finale though I was like NOOOOOOOO…. lol. Bring on season 3 and the movie!

  7. I thought it was independently well done gritty adaptation to a very gritty video game, yes some acting and action was a tad bland. However the central characters(scorpion,sub-zero,liu kang,kung lao etc.) those were well put together and quite suspenseful they had there strong moments and weak moments, but all in all i have no doubt there going to get better and when the film does come out i think its going to end the video game adaptation curse. Same way Chris Nolan did it.

  8. I’m probably among the minority who felt a different vibe from this season, as in… I’m not totally impressed. The enthusiasm that I felt after just watching a single episode on the 1st season was lost, and right now I’m already at episode 5 of the new one… but still missing that hype I used to had. I hope things will pick up in the next episode, but perhaps it’s just me getting older, but yeah, I kinda prefer the mystery happening in many of 1st season’s episode.

  9. Neither. Im still interested in a season 3 but how they were telling the story dissapointed me greatly.

  10. how can people call this piece of trash ‘good’ ? the second episode was literally everyone teleporting to the island THE END. they spent 2 minutes in every episode recapping and teasing the next episode WHEN THE WHOLE SERIES CAME OUT IN THE SAME DAY, plus the episodes are only 10 min long (tops), so there is no need to waste time on recaps.

    the fights where pretty boring, some gory, but overall boring and lacking. the ending was plain stupid and felt rushed and the characters where barely flushed out.

    i was expecting way more and find season 1 to be far better in terms of direction then this waste of time.

    here’s hoping the movie he does is consistent, more brutal, in depth (in terms of plot and characters and has more charm… not happy :(

    • A-FCKING-GREED this show sucked so much it’s ridiculous. The dialogue, the acting, sets and story all sucked balls. Johnny Cage running away like a little girl from two girls….wow. Mileena throwing one of her knives at Johnny’s face but misses and he didn’t even try to dodge it, he just stood there in one spot…she just missed…..horrible. Same thing with Liu Kang, even worse with Liu Kang, he missed about 2-3 fireballs when Cage and Stryker are chilling there…LIKE WTF IS THIS!

      EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS SEASON SUCKED! EVERYTHING! Scorpion’s face mask is ugly as hell too! AND SUBZERO’S COSTUME OMG!!!!!! THE KENSHI AND ERMAC FIGHT LOL?!?! HORRIBLE! When the cave exploded and you just see Kenshi run out, IT WAS SO RETARDED! I have no faith in the movie if this sh1ttty director is going to be working on it.

      • No s***. Who the phuck are these people that “liked” it? They must like Michael Bay movies and dicks in their asses too. This season was terrible. They took a great idea in MK Rebirth and turned it into the same cheap corny s*** we had in the 90s with the original movies. The rebirth trailer looks a 100 times better than this Xena/Hercules abortion

    • I’m with you. Poor dialogue, terrible delivery of said dialogue, completely unnecessary recaps and teasers.

      The tacked on profanity makes no sense in the context of the characters using it (Edenians, highwaymen in feudal Japan). And at least in season one they made the attempt to speak Japanese (not well at all, mind you, but I was pleased with the effort).

      I found the actor swaps jarring, as the previous actors were universally better suited to the roles, in my opinion. *Especially* Matt Mullins as Johnny Cage. The guy was perfect for the job.

      The fight choreography was abysmal, which was made even more evident by the lack of martial prowess portrayed by the majority of the actors. Budget would have obviously played a part here, but it’s another drop in the bucket.

  11. Whang Dang Doodle give you chop=sockie, by golly!

  12. “Got caged B%$#@” – John Cage

    LOL this was fun

  13. Like a few others have stated, I have mixed feelings about Season 2. I understand that it’s a webseries with certain restrictions, but I felt that this season was fragmented or disjointed.

    Aside from the Scorpion/Sub-Zero and Liu Kang/Kung Lao backgrounds, there was quite a bit to be desired. Also, Kenshi’s history and fight scene with Ermac was well done.

    The Kitana/Mileena rivalry was lackluster, I didn’t really care for Johnny Cage at all, and Stryker was essentially a glorified extra.

    Oh, and it ended in a cliffhanger…

  14. I was very entertained by it all. I’m a little confused, though; maybe someone can help me out. Prior to its release, Tancharoen said that this season would focus on the tournament. So, after watching season 2, was their fighting on the island the actual tournament? Even though no one was ever around to say “Go” or “Fight!”, everyone was still going around and killing each other. Was season 2 still the build-up to the tournament or is Tancharoen’s version of a tournament a free-for-all?

    Either way, I was still very satisfied with the season, as a whole. The ending didn’t really do it for me. Whether Liu and Lao’s fight was considered in the tournament or not, ending mid-fight seemed extraordinarily anti-climactic. It’s like ending the first season in between Mileena vs. Kitana or Sub-Zero vs. Scorpion’s episodes. You’re not just wrapping up a story for the season, you’re not even wrapping up a little fight. Hrmmm.

    • im pretty sure it was, other wise Shang Sung wouldn’t have been saying fatality after each death. Plus if you saw the the old school MK movie there a few fights that weren’t technically “fights” in a tournament setting I.E. the fight between Liu Kang and Sub-Zero, or the fight between Scorpion and Johnny Cage (who was the best Johnny Cage btw). And you also have to keep in mind this is a very gritty reinterpretation of Mortal Kombat, the tournament seems to have more of a kill or be killed setting rather than may the best fighter win.

  15. This is the 2 time I’m amazed what great things can be made with such a tiny budget. Creating such a masterpiece that generated such a great origins story for most of the characters alongside great battle sequences between the characters.

  16. I did enjoy it but I felt there should have been more episodes and I thought they said the entire season would actually be about the tournament? It was great fatalities, I was just hoping that the story would have an ending since we were left out on a bunch of characters from the first season

    • seems thats the MK tourney is just like the hunger games now. I did like it for what it is, a webseries. Anyone expecting amazing things from a webseries is an idiot.

      • it just depends on the directors, if you haven’t i would suggest going and watching Pop Rocket by Olan Rogers, the name suggests otherwise but for a web series you would think you were watching a full fledged movie, the acting, effects and music as well as the story are actually quite amazing

  17. I like season 1 and 2 so far. I have nothing to complaining about Sub-Zero’s costume since his costume look like Sektor and Cyrax in Mortal Kombat 3. I think Johnny Cage should use Ermac’s soul to enhance for shadow uppercut, shadow kick and shoot Ermac’s soul ball against Mileena.

  18. Most of you guys aren’t taking into account that they had a small budget for this. That’s why the episodes are so short. For what they were given, they gave something great.

    • Agree.

  19. I enjoy some episodes with Liu Kang and Kung Lao also Scorpion and Sub Zero but the story is a bit lack they should have the Hellbing Brothers to write the second season for the Mortal Kombat Legacy franchise.
    So if season 3 could be happening with the movie then they need to sort things out over again and a change of costumes is a must.

  20. Episodes need to be longer and have richer stories .. after season 2 I am still not convinced .. and the wait between seasons is to long .. it will die just like the other versions of Mortal Kombat.

  21. It was pretty poor and most of all boring. The fights were not exciting and the whole thing just plodded along.

  22. I rather liked this entry in the series. It dropped what was, for me a least, the weakest points from season 1, and poured on the intrigue for the new faces, all while reinforcing the returning characters. I loved what they did with Liu: already a seasoned but jaded veteran kombatant who unexpectedly changes sides when his lover is killed and he is exiled for avenging her. Didn’t mind Sub’s modern tactical look one bit once I saw it in action. This series, especially its second season, produce a well-made bit of cinema that realizes Mortal Kombat in more tangibly realistic, grittier, no-holds-barred and r-rated vision of the game brought to film.

  23. Warning: Really really long post.
    Season 2 was definitely a fatality, especially when compared to Season 1.

    The first Season was amazing. It’s strongest points were many, with the foremost being just how skillfully executed Tancharoen’s take on the MK verse was – it was a nice mix of elements from the game and from the real world. As a result, despite that this is fiction, there was a very realistic edge to it that does establish a connection with the audience.

    On that note, the cinematography and editing for Season 1 was a lot better than that of Season 2. S1 was watching a story unfold; there were very artistic elements to it which really heightened the entirety of most stories, if anything else (save for the Kitana episodes – they sucked in both seasons, honestly). S2, on the other hand…well, it just seemed like everything was half-assed and rushed. It was badly put together.

    Which ties in to the cast of characters. Rewatching Season 1 again it is very clear that Tancharoen and his team had paid careful attention to the cast of characters. There were some slight alterations here and there, yes, but they were faithful and authentic adaptations of them. One obvious example would be how genuine he tries to make each character sound – if you watch Season 1 episode 7 the first thing you will notice is that the characters speak in the language that is relative to their environment. Compare with S2 where in both the SZ/SC and Kenshi episodes they speak in English. The idea is quite OOC for them, especially when (at least) their style of spoken English is very informal to boot…like their use of f*bombs? The same thing with Kitana and Mileena too. They are in another world entirely. So to hear that word uttered there just is alien and out of place. It was used way too many times by just about everyone that they sounded like a bunch of immature school kids, which wasn’t the vibe Tancheron gave off last Season. That didn’t happen in Season 1 – look at the language used back there and compare. Not to be a prude, but this just makes it hard for the show to be taken seriously. It does not make his characters in any way gritty, menacing or dark. If anything they’re painful to watch, especially since everyone comes off as annoying and immature and they just seem so out of the loop.

    A clear cut example is definitely the Sub-Zero and Scorpion saga. There are more holes in their plots than there are in Swiss Cheese. Where does one even begin? Let’s look at their spoken language. As one clan is Chinese and the other Japanese it could make sense (though not realistically if you consider History) that they would speak a common language like English (though back then they would have interpreters on hand for these discussions). I really doubt that’s what Tancheron and staff had in mind because even then the English is very informal and out of place for their timeframe. Then there’s the issue with the Scorpion and Sub-Zero I & II arcs.

    In original cannon, the Lin Kuei and the Shirai Ryu were rival clans. It was Sub-Zero I and his clan that had practically eliminated everyone in the Shirai Ryu (including Scorpion’s family). Scorpion is ultimately killed as well by SZ1 but is later resurrected and participates in the first MK tournament in order to kill SZ1. He is then surprised to learn of a SZ participating in the second tournament; this is where Sub-Zero’s brother steps in. Though every bit as formidable unlike his blood-lusting brother SZII does not share his views of genocide and strives for peace. Scorpion learns of this and promises to serve as a mentor of sorts for the young warrior (at least during this time). What happened in Legacy instead was a deep contrast and a bit of a role-reversal. Moreover it has left viewers to wonder what would happen now with both Sub-Zeros dead. Adding to the confusion was by both having Sub-Zero easily taken down and having Scorpion steal his Fatality (the classic spine rip). They took a lot of liberties with the characters.

    One other sore point of an example would definitely be the portrayals of Kitana and Mileena. Referring to cannon once more, these are the girls that are not only the daughters of Shao Kahn but also warriors who were trained since they were young children to be ruthless assassins that were also part of his personal guard. In due consideration, you can imagine the insane and unstable experiences these two had to go through growing up and the toll it would have taken on their psyche. You would also know that these are girls not to be trifled with or taken lightly; they could probably snap your neck in a second without a second thought, like breaking a very flimsy twig. But the show doesn’t even capture the essence of any of that. They are both portrayed so shallowly and poorly. Kitana just seems so helpless and hopeless like a soppy heroine while Mileena strikes you as an immature teenager who thinks they are scarier than they really are. In comparison, Bella Swan from the awful Twilight saga comes off as a deeply developed character; that’s how awful they are. To paraphrase my favourite author Mileena is beautiful in the same way that a fire is beautiful; only from a distance and never up close. Likewise, Kitana’s beauty can be very misleading because behind her pretty face lies the heart of a calculated and heartless killer.

    This doesn’t seem to be portrayed in anyway whatsoever which is a shame because there is so much potential that can be done with both girls. As a main summary for that consider the fact that they are Shao Kahn’s daughters and examine the experiences that he must have put them through (especially during their training as assassins); how much damage would this have done on their psyche, what relationship dynamics must they have (especially since cannon clearly states that Kitana is Shao Kahn’s favourite), what changes would someone as ruthless, calculated and efficient as Kitana go through when she learns the truth of her origins (being spineless is certainly not what would happen to someone like that – if anything it would push them for revenge which in turn would make them such an efficient/stronger soldier because they would have to be in order to not get caught).

    Then there’s the issue of Liu Kang…let’s not even begin to pick at this topic because everything about it was just very OOC. It’s clear that Tancheron is trying to go for those gritty/real world superhero reboots but it really crashed and failed here with Liu Kang. In the games Liu Kang starts off as a young warrior who is very unsure of himself and if anything else he considers himself unworthy, feeling burdened and overwhelmed with the weight of responsibility he has on his hands. Legacy’s take makes him very much the opposite, and not in a very convincing or winning way. Watching the second episode I was cheering on for the events that transpired at the diner to end this silliness.

    I swear, looking back at all of this, Season 2 gave off the vibe of a bunch of immature 12 year olds who have discovered FF.net for the very first time. So they upload their story and take great liberities with their characters, truly thinking that they are depicting everything that happens quite accurately but do not realize that these characters are almost nothing like whom they’re supposed to be. Yet they still uploaded their story which they really think is the best thing since sliced bread, failing to see it for the train-wreck that it really is.

    To conclude, Tancheron and staff should definitely go back to their old roots and seek their inspiration there. Season 1 was amazing and so well done, and the future of this franchise should really follow in those footsteps. They should also revisit the history in the games once more, just to make sure that what they’re doing does do the characters and stories justice. Most especially whenever they come up with a concept they should definitely analyze it and riddle it with questions in order to improve it/make it stronger. This show can definitely be saved because if it keeps heading in this direction it’s going to pretty much disappoint many people, reminding them of the former mk movies.

  24. As a massive MK fan I didn’t really enjoy the legacy series so far. Reason being is I think the director should of increased the time length on each episode to bring more understanding to each characters story. I also thought the Lui Kang role of him being a drunk didn’t really show his role. I really liked his story in the mk movie. Ed Boon I think you should get some of the best actors together and create a sequel to mk annihilation. You still have Quan Chi and netherrealm to finish off their threat to earthrealm. Make a MK3 movie and forget these short film series that’s what all MK fans want to see and if your already in the making of a new mk movie please put kintaro in it. Flawless victory.

  25. And also Ed keep the original costumes and I think Lui Kang should be the same actor from the original Mk film and I still believe Christopher lambert was the best role for raiden and sub zero from mk annailation was perfect so please make that new movie and the box office with awesome reviews keep it original but more depth in the storyline. I hope as many other mk fans will that you make this movie.