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Another video has been completed. I planned it long time ago but at least its finished - an UMK3 Infinite video, which covers all the various infinites in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (Arcade), regardless of their usefulness. Editing assistance from Juggernaut, RobotHero, DreemerNJ, and Battousa.
Click here to download the video from UltimateMK.com
Or here to watch it on YouTube.
It's 6:53 min long and the size is 58MB. You will need H264 codec for the avi file, which could be installed from the standard FFDshow package.
17 days have passed since we started the transfer of the site to the new server. This delay was caused by numerous reasons, which I am sure you are not interested in knowing. The most important thing now is that We Are Back.
And not just that. We are also much Bigger and much Faster than before.
We are ready to expand our site in many new ways. We will soon offer much richer content (and you thought you have seen it all), new download section and a lot more multimedia for you to enjoy.
The first big update is already here. We have a new forum. We can now offer a lot more in an exciting brand new look.
Be sure to keep an eye on Mortal Kombat Secrets because the next huge update will arrive soon and we promise that you will not be disappointed.
Until then, take a look around, enjoy our new forum and let us now if there are any existing problems.
We are glad that we are back and we hope that you are happy to see us too.
A few days ago the movie website Moviehole had a chance to ask mink, who is currently attached to direct the next Mortal Kombat Movie, a couple of questions. Here is what he had to say:
Filmmaker mink, attached to direct the third installment – or is it a reboot? - of the “Mortal Kombat” movie series, dropped by the compound today to answer questions about the video-game cum film.
The status of the film, as of today, is that “...the Producers are working out their deals with the studio and arranging their financing”, says the director, who helmed Steven Seagal's “Into the Sun”.
mink says the project isn't so much a sequel as it is a “re-envisioning(if that is a word) of the Mortal Kombat franchise from top to bottom. Todays audience is a savvy involved group so the film must be A plus plus in every area in order to capture the magic of the first film. It is taking the entire concept to the next level across the board in every area visual design, story, cast, FX, photography and most importantly the fighting scenes. The original Mortal Kombat game was born a child of many visual loves by the creators at midway so this latest version borrows heavily from that pioneering spirit and must be thought out and executed at the highest level in order for it succeed in today's market place. This is no overnight task.''
Though the IMDB has Christopher Lambert returning as Rayden, mink says casting hasn't begun yet.
“First things first, is the way these larger projects need to be done. It is still in the business stages but once that is squared away all casting options will be explored along with the continued development of the best story line.”
The last we heard the film was supposed to be shot in Louisiana.
''At one point Louisiana was on the table for various reasons. It still maybe in the future if that is appropriate place to work for the picture''.
Though Drew McWeeny and Scott Swan wrote the original draft of the script, “the writing has been handled by the Producers and their writers at Threshold Studios in conjunction with Midway, of course.”
So there you have it. Not quite time to “Fight!” just yet, but when it is, we'll scream “Get Over Here!”.
Click here to visit MovieHole.
After years of inactivity, Noob.com has finally been updated.
But don't expect to see new Mortal Kombat 8 information there, at least not yet. The only thing that is currently displayed on this site is an image with its name.
Welcome to our new home.
We have finally managed to transfer all data from our previous server to the new one. Unfortunately it will not be fun if things go exactly as planned
Don't be scared, everything is here, and some things are going to look and function even better, but we need just a little more time to get them up and running.
So, be patient.
In the mean time, you can visit our YouTube Channel.
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