Jeri Ryan, one of the stars of a Mortal Kombat movie clip doing the rounds on the internet, has revealed more about its origins.

"It's not a game trailer. Actually was made for the director to sell WB on his vision for a reimagined MK film," she wrote on Twitter.

"I did it as a favour to a friend. No idea yet what WB's reaction to it was. And I'm not sure how you can contact WB to push them to make it. But you guys are resourceful!"

Wu-Tang Clan member RZA has also been twittering about the video. He reckons it's by Kevin Tanchoeren, director of, um, the 2009 Fame movie and Britney Spears Live from Miami.

"This should bring back Mortal Kombat BONG!!" wrote the RZA. And goodness knows we'd all like to see that.

Warner Bros. has yet to comment on the video clip. Why not take a look for yourself?

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