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No-one knows what the effect of this cloud will be, but citizens are advised to take shelter and we follow one family dealing with the crisis.
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- Garth Franklin
Before Thom received Mpse’s highest honor, he took the stage to collect his Golden Reel for “Epic,” beating out “Frozen” for best sound and music editing in animation. “I wasn’t ready to be nervous yet,” he said.
Lucas used to call Thom the “sound Buddha” because for the first 10 years working together Lucas never heard him say anything. “[Thom] just adds things in without having to question everything,” Lucas said.
Thom returned the praise »
- Nikara Johns
Since the boys and girls behind “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” scored a hit with their popular web series, it’s not altogether surprising that another fighting game with its own wonky cinematic history is looking to reboot things with a show of its own. Enter “Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist,” a series that should arrive online later this year. To get everyone excited about the project, a new poster was recently released online. As a fan of the “Street Fighter” games — ask my fight stick how much I love the titles — I’m definitely a little curious about this one. As long as it’s stronger than Jean-Claude Van Damme’s big-screen adaptation, then I’ll probably walk away a happy boy. Expectations are under control, though it’s hard not to get excited about the project. Anyway, here’s the synopsis: Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist” will explore »
- Todd Rigney
Fight choreographer Joey Ansah makes his directorial debut on this new live-action martial arts web series adaptation of the Capcom video game series. The project was shot this past Summer in Bulgaria.
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- Garth Franklin
After the success of the "Mortal Kombat: Legacy" web series, came word that Capcom was developing its own web series, called "Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist," which stars Mike Moh as Ryu and Christian Howard as Ken. The project has already completed filming, and the company has now unveiled the first poster for "Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist." Check out the poster below and watch the web series later this year. "Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist" will explore the early days of Ryu and Ken and tell the story of their tutelage under Gouken, who must decide whether to pass down all the secrets of the Asatsuken (Assassin's Fist) fighting style after experiencing first hand the ill-effects that befall his younger brother, Akuma. Gouken struggles with whether his two young trainees Ken and Ryu will split along the path of light and darkness just as he and Akuma did as they learned from their master, »
To ring in the New Year, the producers behind Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist have released the first poster for this live-action adaptation of the hit video game series, which will be broken into episodes and debut as a web series later this year, before being released in its entirety on VOD and Blu-ray. Mike Moh and Christian Howard headline this adventure that follows Street Fighter all-stars Ken Masters and Ryu. Take a look, then read on for the full synopsis.
Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist is an upcoming Capcom sanctioned live-action webseries from the team behind the noteworthy web short, Mortal Kombat: Legacy. The story will explore the early days of series stars Ryu and Ken and tell the story of their tutelage under Gouken, who must decide whether to pass down all the secrets of the 'Asatsuken (Assassin's Fist) fighting style after experiencing first hand the ill-effects that befall his younger brother, »
6 items from 2014
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