One set of categories that is closely looked at and scrutinized each year during awards season are those of the feminine variety. From here it is less about who ultimately comes out on top than how great the movie year was with strong roles for women. Two of the biggest hits of the year, Bridesmaids and The Help, focused almost entirely on their female… Continue reading The Awards Line: Educating Iron Ladies Into Gold
For some as we approach the winter months, thoughts inevitably turn to spring. For the select few of us willing to play the awards game, we cannot even make it to winter without speculating on which candidates will be running for the Oscars in the dead of the season. Those unfamiliar with the game should note that there are really only three seasons on our calendar… Continue reading The Awards Line: The Early Numbers on Best Picture
There’s some great news today for fans of of the mega-popular Mortal Kombat franchise. New Line/Warner Bros. have announced that Kevin Tancharoen, the man behind Mortal Kombat: Legacy, will helm a big-screen adaptation of the game, which celebrates its 20th anniversary next year.
Formerly known as a choreographer, music video director and the man behind the 2009 musical remake, Fame, Tancharoen turned heads when his short film… Continue reading New Line to Reboot Mortal Kombat !
This spring, ‘Mortal Kombat’ fans were delighted by ‘Mortal Kombat: Legacy,’ a series of viral short films directed by Kevin Tancharoen (‘Fame,’ ‘Glee: The 3D Concert Movie’) which started as ‘Mortal Kombat: Rebirth,’ an unauthorized short film Tancharoen directed to prove he could handle a live-action reboot of ‘Mortal Kombat’ for Warner Bros. Apparently, it worked! Deadline reports that New Line is going forward with a new ‘Kombat’ with