Ron Yuan’s BLADE OF THE 47 RONIN Slays In A Ten-Minute Preview Of The Upcoming Action Sequel
Actor and director Ron Yuan pulled his latest major feat with a festive screening earlier this month at UTA in California for Blade Of The 47 Ronin. The campaign has already rolled out an official promo and character image gallery which you can view here and here courtesy of leading lady Anna Akana who stars in the modernized futuristic sequel to the Keanu Reeves-led 2013 Universal Pictures release.
BLADE OF THE 47 RONIN Unsheathes A Dystopian Female Samurai Thriller
A new Friday report by Variety‘s Patrick Frater confirms the completion Blade Of The 47 Ronin, the sequel to the original Keanu Reeves-led 2013 Universal Pictures release. Actor and filmmaker Ron Yuan (Step Up China) directs for a second venture with Tim Kwok producing, and a script by John Swetnam, Lucifer actress Aimee Garcia, and A.J. Mendez.
ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD: Don’t Miss The Official Trailer For Quentin Tarantino’s Ninth Film
It’s a story five years in the making for writer and director Quentin Tarantino whose ninth film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, is currently in pre-production with hopes of a Cannes premiere in the next few months. Actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, and actress Margot Robbie began making the rounds in new posters this week while the official trailer is now online from Sony whose Columbia label releases the film in July.
Before The Movie Can Be Made, THE MAN FROM DEATH Needs Your Help To Stage A Script Reading Event!
The Man From Death tells of a man brought back to life in a deal forged in a prophetic, blood-drawn list of tasks he must fulfill in order to either help him seek vengeance for the death of his family, or even redemption…but preferably, hopefully revenge. The forthcoming cast for the movie currently lists Lim with actor and martial artist Mike Moh (The Inhumans, Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist, Empire), with newly-attached scribes Justin Giddings and Ryan Welsh (Bite Me – series, This Is Normal) on script detail.
A Storm Is Coming In The New Trailer For STREET FIGHTER: RESURRECTION
Check it out below right now ahead of the premiere on the go90 app on March 15, and take a look at a batch of earlier videos with Ansah as he makes a case for the new series in the franchise’s current standing!
STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN'S FIST Lands At FUNimatiom For U.S. & Canada Home Release
If you noticed any glitches while surfing the internet for cat videos on YouTube about a week and a half ago, that may have likely been martial artist, actor, writer and director Joey Ansah initiating his plans for world domination with his new hit online webseries, Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist, which has earned up to well around 10 million views in total since its debut on the Machinima YouTube. And not for nothing either, as the series, long in development since its early days as the 2010 proof-of-concept shortfilm, Street Fighter Legacy, has solidified itself as a cult phenomenon around the world, earning nothing short of upworthy praise from critics and hardcore fans of the original Capcom video game franchise from which it is based.
STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN'S FIST – A Case For Better Action Movies
I remember when 1993 or ’94 came when Jean-Claude Van Damme was entering the peak of his career with Capcom’s first live-action theatrical interpretation of the Street Fighter universe that saw military character Guile as the lead. To some, including myself, it was good for its time despite not even coming close to owning up to the source material, and mainly because it was a kids’ film, geared toward young teens who liked Van Damme movies and appealed to watching actors in Street Fighter costumes imitating characters from the game.
Watch STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN'S FIST Right Now!
The action starts with Episode zero in the video below!
Watch The Final Trailer For STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN'S FIST
Nearly four years after multi-faceted actor and director Joey Ansah and co-director Owen Trevor fireballed the interwebs with the impressive three-minute short film, Street Fighter: Legacy, online platform Machinima will be hosting the next level of that very conception with a new series that aspires to surpass all expectations…and, of course, for which we have ourselves a FINAL trailer!
[UPDATED] Ryu Fires Away In A New Character Teaser For STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN'S FIST!
Great to be back on Collider several years on from the success of Street Fighter: Legacy, which you premiered, to talk up the hotly anticipated Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist series. From small acorns to great oaks!
Hadokens, Wigs And Hurricane Kicks, And More In The Latest Q & A From STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN'S FIST Lead Actor/Creator Christian Howard
Howard is also poised to appear in stunt coordinator and author Mike Fury’s upcomimg book, Life Of Action. CLICK HERE to learn more about the book and stay tuned for more information.
Actor Mike Moh Talks Ryu For STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN'S FIST
Action fans and gaming netizens alike drew tons of excitment when the first official teaser aired just a few weeks ago for the upcoming online release of the new webseries, Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist. And with an official announcement still pending for its release date on the multi-programing YouTube platform, Machinima, a new solo Q&A was broadcast to the public featuring lead actor Mike Moh who stars as Ryu, where he talks about the casting process, the challenges he faced to assume Ryu’s physical traits, martial arts skills, and much more.
The video is a great follow-up to our own interview hosted by my contributor Eric Watson back in December late last year, as many questions fans have been asking can now be observed with just a pinch of more detail before the series officially releases. As for a few preliminary highlights, Moh gives an epic answer to one question about being “too Asian” near the 6:40 mark. In addition, there is a really fascinating question that is mentioned regarding Ryu’s hurricane kick, and if you stick around long enough, you will be able to spot the first set pic of the actor rehearsing an on-set Dragon Uppercut in pure Ryu form. Not gonna say when, so you’ll just have to watch the video.
And don’t look at me like that.
CLICK HERE to watch actor/writer/director/fight choreographer Joey Ansah’s previous Q&A, and stay tuned for more news on the series.
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