Many series have been lost to the ages, but The Legend of Zelda endures. For 28 years, the series has inspired gamers to create their own...Continue Reading →
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A Majora’s Mask live action film brings the darkness of Termina to life in a fan film created by Jared Potter. As you might guess, this film focuses on the infamous and troublesome Skull Kid, and it shows a fan’s take on what trouble his antics caused and what consequences he and Termina’s inhabitants suffered.
cast out of the city of Clocktown.
The Majora’s Mask live action costumes and details are done exceptionally well, and fans can easily recognize favorite characters, and they may even pick up on familiar in-game sounds used in the film. The film really captures the air of Majora’s Mask while showing off the creator’s own imagination- the scene where the Skull Kid pulls in the moon is especially impressive.
Jared’s work has been featured on Machinima, and hopefully this inspires future projects! So what do you think, Zelda fans? Do you like Jared’s take on the Skull Kids’s backstory? How did you like that Happy Mask Salesman actor? Do you think live action is fitting for Majora’s Mask? Tell us in the comments!
THE SKULL KID, a harmless but troublesome imp, has been cast out of the city of Clocktown. Deep within the lost woods he must face the harsh realities of his banishment. There, amongst the trees, an ancient evil has also begun to stir, seeking out a creature suitable to become its puppet.
Majora’s Mask Live Action: The Skull kid Directed, Produced, Written, Edited, Visual Effects by Jared Potter.
Original Music by:
Theophany and Brian Ralston
Josh Truax as Skull Kid
Gene Thorkildsen as City Guard
Henry Mark as Happy Mask Salesman
Tonya Yorke as Great Fairy
and Caleb Weathers as Link
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