Liu Kang, the Mortal Kombat Legend is back in one of the baddest trailers I’ve seen in a while. My good buddy and practically brother, Brian Tee has put together a character that is similar to the Frank Miller conversion of Batman into what we know today as “The Dark Knight”. Once Brian and I talked about this new role of his and I saw the trailer, I felt compelled to do a quick blog on how sick I think this portrayal of my favorite Mortal Kombat character is. Brian describes his portrayal of Liu Kang as dark, deep, reserved and powerful, highly unlike the Liu Kang portrayals we are used to within the Mortal Kombat Franchise up till now.
What my bro had to say about this role after I astonishingly called him back praising how he portrayed Liu Kang.
I felt compelled to take this role to a much more darker place than fans would recognize with Kang. I had to figure out how to embody this iconic, now anti-Hero character and take Liu to a completely new place of depth and complexity — the grounded visceral justice that this version of Liu Kang deserves.
I’d have to say, that this version of Liu Kang is NO JOKE and Brian absolutely rocks this role. I truly wish him the best here with the second season of Mortal Kombat Legacy and all of his other big movies to come, including his next big role in “The Wolverine” where he squares off against Wolverine in a political battle based in the city of Tokyo, Japan.
About Brian Tee
“Brian Tee is a lead in the up and coming summer blockbuster “The Wolverine” with past lead roles in the TV show Crash, and the movie “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” and more. Brian leads the cast of Mortal Kombat Legacy in its second season, as one of the biggest new additions to the live-action adaptation. Brian portrays the famous Shaolin fighting monk and traditional series Iconic Hero: Liu Kang
About Mortal Kombat Legacy
The first season of “Mortal Kombat Legacy” was one of the hottest online series to hit the web in 2011. Mortal Kombat Legacy has more than 60 million views to-date on Machinima.com. In the second season the MKL saga continues with Brian Tee portraying Liu Kang — the traditional hero of the Mortal Kombat tournament, but with a darker and infinitely complex side to Liu Kang, the series promises to be even bigger and better then the last.
Yo bro!… this article is sick!!! Rad!
Really cool article.
BOOM. You know it. 😉