Admittedly, adaptions of video games to film are almost universally shite, but the original Mortal Kombat hit cinemas back in 1995 and it was actually fairly decent.
The movie was also a box office smash, making $122.1 million off a budget of just $18 million - which was pretty big money back in't day. So let's get another one out then.
Christopher Lambert revealed that they are working on a third movie during an interview with Loaded and also revealed that he refused to appear in the second movie: Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
He told them: "Mortal Kombat was an arcade game, a beat'em up and because of that they were forced to create a story rather than simply relying on the game's plot.
"I didn't want to do the second one because I didn't think the script was very good. I didn't like it. I liked the first one.
"However, they've now got a great idea for the third one. It will be very different. We are going to be travelling through time but in a very special way.
"So imagine characters having a battle in the middle of London and then whoosh, you smash through a window and find yourself on the hood of a New York cab."
I like the idea that you could be travelling through time in a 'non special way' to be honest.
Either way though, it sounds sick.
Sort it out then lads, let's get it made and released.