Luke Goss, one of the actors in Dwight H. Little's upcoming video game adaptation, suggested that the live action movie may get an 'R' rating.
Sometime in 2009, another video game adaptation movie has been scheduled to be making its way into theaters. The live action film is "Tekken". Pushing to its post-production mode, the film is most likely to reach its goal to be finished on time. Still, with its video game categorized to be a fighting game, what rating the movie will obtain?
Revealing what he thinks about the action adventure film at the press junket for "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" on Monday, June 30, in Los Angeles, the film's star Luke Goss stated that he believes the movie will be given a restricted rating. Still, the actor didn't share his reason on the matter, instead he went on further explaining about his character, Steve Fox, noting that Fox is 15 years after his prime time as one of the best fighters.
Loosely based on the Namco's popular video game series of the same name, "Tekken" centers on Heihachi Mishima, the leader of a highly corrupt business. Being put under investigation of a murder, he announces a tournament to crown a "King Of Iron Fist" with the prize of being his personal bodyguard. Soon, the fighters gather to join the competition. Having similar goal in mind, to kill Mishima, they begin to realize that they are linked together through more than just their motivation. The film is directed by Dwight H. Little.