Budget For The New MORTAL KOMBAT Movie Revealed
So, how much money will director Kevin Tancharoen have to play with when he begins filming the next Mortal Kombat live-action featured film? Find out after the jump as Warner Bros. executive Lance Sloan reveals the answer.
"The other thing that's important to probably highlight is that we're preparing right now for the featured film with the same kid. Kevin Tancharoen directed the digital series for us. Before that he did a renegade video that he put up on YouTube. And we sent the piracy people after him, to take it down and put him in jail. And cut to a couple months later he was directing the digital series for us. And now he is at the helm of a forty, fifty million dollar feature film." - Lance Sloan
Well there you go, Mr. Sloan has estimated a budget between $40 million to $50 million. To put that into some sort of perspective, the first live-action Mortal Kombat film that starred Christopher Lambert only had a budget of $18 million and pulled in $122 million at the worldwide box office.
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