Long without any new report, the video game adaptation movie "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li" has brought in a treat for fans. Giving a glimpse into how the movie may look like, the Andrzej Bartkowiak-directed film has gotten a batch of behind-the-scene images from its production.
Revealed by Legend Films, the eleven pictures displayed what happens on the set of "Legend of Chun-Li" and one of them exposed for the first time Michael Clarke Duncan as Balrog who is originally named Mike Bison. While another one centers on Kristin Kreuk as the titular character, most of remaining photos highlight on the atmosphere of the shooting location and the military force.
Adapted from the famous series of fighting video games by Capcom, "Legend of Chun-Li" focuses its story on the undercover Interpol agent Chun-Li. Using a script from Justin Marks, it will follow the character known for her 'ox-horns' hairstyle as she searches for justice. Aside from Kreuk and Duncan, the film coming out February 27, 2009 stars also Chris Klein, Rick Yune, Neal McDonough, Moon Bloodgood and Taboo.