Gordon Chan's 'The King of Fighters' Gets Promo Trailer

Gordon Chan's 'The King of Fighters' Gets Promo Trailer

In the action movie, three legendary clans are transported to another dimension to test their martial arts skills against an evil force that seeks to invade and infect the real world.

A sneak peek at the movie adaptation of highly successful video game franchise, "The King of Fighters", has been made available for viewing pleasure through a brand new promo trailer. Debuted on Wednesday, November 25, the clip gives a preview to the normal lives of the characters before they are involved in many fights on the street.

This said "stylish, high-octane, live action" film revolves around the last surviving descendants of three legendary clans who live normal lives until they are called upon another dimension to compete. Using their martial art skills, they have to fight against a road fighter whose his thirst of power threatens the universe.

Coming from acclaimed action director Gordon Chan, "The King of Fighters" features Sean Faris as Kyo Kusanagi, Maggie Q as Mai Shiranui, and Ray Park as Rugal Bernstein. The film still has no exact release date, but it will be premiered some time in 2010.

© AceShowbiz.com

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    Feb 19, 2011

    of all the games turned movies, this the WORST so far.. Mortal Kombat was maybe old but was more based on the game and story really relates to the game.

    Aug 24, 2010

    cool game, bad movie its always like this... f*ck - stop making those movies you stupid f*ckers!!!!!!!!!!

    Aug 10, 2010

    This movie will be terrible. I demand Chan's head on a silver platter. This is an insult to KOF fans worldwide, and a slap in the face to anyone who likes GOOD movies!

    Dec 10, 2009

    Eye love Gradius 3 (but i won't love this movie!)

    Gradius III
    Dec 10, 2009

    I agree with Julie ♥ Can't wait to see this... after I download it via torrent! :)

    Nov 26, 2009

    ...Uhm. Is this supposed to be a professional trailer? Seriously? Would someone explain to me why with all the money they have, they couldn't bother to bring life into this...I'm flabbergasted at how bad and awfully simplistic it was. And i feel kinda sorry for the narrator cuz his voice is cheesing this more than it needed to already. And would SOMEONE explain why they're giving the part of a Japanese man...to an AMERICAN? A japanese-American would've been more suitable...but noo. No freakin way. They had to butcher it. On the other hand, can't WAIT to see it. Bring a barfing bag and a brown bag with me.

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