MK: Deadly Alliance Sales Reach 2 Million!by Gambid on Jul 9, 2003 :: 4
GameSpot and Midway announced that Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance has sold up to two million copies worldwide on all four platforms between its November 22nd, 2002 launch and July 8th, 2003.
Here are the links to the original articles:
E-mail to the producers of MK3by Gambid on Jun 20, 2003 :: 0
MortalKombat.com posted the following message on their website:
"Mortal Kombat fans, while we are making preparations for the next MK movie, we are happy to offer you the ability to get your thoughts directly to the producers of the film. We are replacing this message board with an email box for you to contact the producers directly. email your desires for the movie to:
We will read the messages, but because we are busy with the film, we may not respond directly. Please don't send any fanfic or spec scripts as they will be deleted and not read. Share with us who you would like to see in the next project, who you wouldn't like to see, and who your favorites are!
All correspondence becomes the property of Threshold Entertainment."
To see the page with the message click here!
There is something you must know if you want to send something. The link to the e-mail is different from the displayed address.
We are not sure which the correct address is, so use the both if you want to send something.
Status: Completedby Gambid on Jun 11, 2003 :: 0
IMDB.com updated with new information about Mortal Kombat 3: Domination. The status of the film has been changed from "in production" to "Completed". Unfortunately there is no Release Date yet.
Information from IMDB.com
John R. Leonett
Ed Boon (video games) &
John Tobias (video games)
The gods have fallen... The tournament has been broken... The rules no longer matter...
After Liu Kang, Sonya, and Jax defeated Shao Kahn and prevented merger of the Outworld with Earth, Shinnok exacts his revenge by forming an alliance with the powerful sorcerer Quan Chi. Together, they open a portal to Earth in a bid for ultimate domination. Lord Rayden, now an elder god, becomes dismayed by this horrific turn of events and calls forth the warriors of Mortal Kombat once more. Discovering a loophole in the rules of the tournament, and needing every ounce of help he can get, Rayden summons forth the soul of deceased warrior Johnny Cage and resurrects him so that he may join his fellow fighters and send Shinnok and his allies back to hell once and for all.
In the original Plot Outline, that was published on IMDB.com Shinnok was replaced with Shao Kahn. But Kahn is already dead, so we think that Shinnok is the person, who will ally with Quan Chi.
Visit our Mortal Kombat 3: Domination section for more information.
Unexpected Deathby Gambid on Jun 10, 2003 :: 0
The Actor Trevor Goddard, who starred in the first "Mortal Kombat" movie as Kano was found dead in his North Hollywood home. The cause of his death is still unknown.
Trevor Goddard has starred in "Jag", "Deep Rising" and "Gone in Sixty Seconds" too.
Update - Here is the text from the complete article posted on MSNBC
"Actor Found Dead In Southland Home
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif., 1:09 p.m. PDT June 9, 2003 - Muscleman actor Trevor Goddard, a former boxer who once had a recurring role on the TV series "JAG" and plays a pirate in the upcoming movie "Pirates of the Caribbean," died in an apparent suicide, investigators said Monday. He was 37.
Goddard's body was found in his North Hollywood home on Sunday by a woman who also lived at the location, according to Officer Grace Brady, a police spokeswoman. Police said they could not disclose her relationship to Goddard.
An autopsy was planned Monday but the death had already been classified as suicide with prescription drugs, said Lt. Fred Corral of the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office.
Corral said Goddard was in the midst of a divorce and his estranged wife, Ruthann, was in San Francisco during the weekend. The couple has two young sons.
Born in Perth, Australia, Goddard's work as a professional boxer led to an acting role in a beer commercial.
From there he had a small role in the 1994 action film "Men of War" and played the martial-arts fighter Kano in 1995's "Mortal Kombat," based on the popular fighting video game.
In 1998, Goddard began a recurring part on the military TV series "JAG" as Lt. Cmdr. Michael "Mic" Brumby, a role he played until 2001. Other film credits include 1998's "Deep Rising," an uncredited role in 2000's car-theft thriller "Gone in 60 Seconds" and the role of Grapple in Disney's upcoming "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl."
End of all MK Trilogy Problemsby Gambid on Jun 5, 2003 :: 0
You all know about the problem that has the game with Windows XP. But now there is finally a patch, that will fix it and you will be able to play Mortal Kombat Trilogy in Windows XP.
Click here to download the patch. It is only 4.11kb.