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Mortal Kombat film producer sues Midway
Larry Kasanoff asks bankruptcy court to affirm his company's rights to fighting franchise, claims copyright on dozens of series' most famous characters.
Midway gets $33 million Warner Bros. bid
Media giant offers to buy assets of bankrupt publisher, including Mortal Kombat and Wheelman; deal would not cover TNA license, San Diego and Newcastle studios.
Midway 'hemorrhaging cash,' Boon getting $1M bonus?
Bankruptcy-court objection predicts publisher will burn through 75 percent of cash reserves by early May; Variety reports company struggling to retain Mortal Kombat cocreator.
Midway mulling Mortal Kombat sale
Chicago-based publisher's employee-incentive plan lists selling off flagship fighting IP as "milestone"; reps downplay option as "just one possible scenario."
Spot On: <i>Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition</i>
The legendary book of records' compilation of game factoids is due out next month; GameSpot samples some of its interesting informational tidbits.
Mortal Kombat actors get film work
The brothers Pesina get gig in upcoming comedy Press Start; actors who played Raiden, Johnny Cage will spoof gaming culture.
Mortal Kombat to plug into TV Games
The arcade classic will be available as a Jakks plug-and-play product for the holidays.
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