Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li (2009)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 36 mins

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Chun-Li lives a calm life with her father, when one day, the local mobster Bison kidnaps her father. After her mother's death, she embarks into a quest to rescue her kidnapped father from the clutches of powerful criminal lord Bison.
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Cast: Chris Klein, Kristin Kreuk, Neal McDonough

Crew: Andrzej Bartkowiak (Director), Geoff Boyle (Director of Photography), Stephen Endelman (Music Director)

Genres: Action, Crime, Thriller

Release Dates: 27 Feb 2009 (India)

Tagline: Some fight for power. Some fight for us.

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Did you know? In 2003, Jean-Claude Van Damme was working on a sequel to the original Street Fighter movie titled "Street Fighter II", for Universal. Several cast members had been hired to join him in the sequel, including his Universal Soldier co-star Dolph Lundgren in an unrevealed role, Australian actress Holly Valance would have replaced Kylie Minogue as Cammy White, and Damian Chapa would have re-praised his role as Ken Masters. Byron Mann was also reportedly in talks to return as Ryu Hoshi. However, after a few years of trying to get the sequel off the ground, the project never materialized and any plans for a sequel were scrapped in favor of this movie. Read More
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as Charlie Nash
as Chun-Li
as Bison / Vega (Japan)
as Korean Boss
as Thug # 1 in Alley
as Pakistani Boss
as Thug in Tenement House
as Young Bison
as Chinese Boss
as Xiang
as Jeanne Xiang
as Russian Boss
as Chun-Li Transition Girl
as Chun-Li (5 yrs)
as Cantana
as Chun-Li (10 yrs)
as Lucy
as Thai News Reporter
as Balrog / Bison (Japan)
as Det. Maya Sunee
as Japanese Boss
as Zhilan
as Gen
as Thai Detective
as European Boss
as Liu
as Secretary Tong
as Yung

Direction

First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director

Production

Co-Producer
Associate Production Company
Line Producer
Production Manager

Writers

Screenplay Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Steadicam Operator

Music

Music Director
Music Label

Sound

Sound Editor
Sound Re-recording Mixer
Sound Mixer
Boom Operator

Art

Production Designer
Prop Master
Set Decorator
Set Dresser
Assistant Props Master
Storyboard Artist

Casting

Casting Director
Casting Assistant

Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer

Editorial

First Assistant Editor

Post Production

Post Production Supervisor

Stunts

Stunt Coordinator
Stunt Company
Stunt Double
Stunt Coordinator Assistant

Visual Effects

Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Artist
Digital Compositor
Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby, Dolby Digital
Camera:
ARRICAM Lite (LT), ARRIFLEX 235, ARRIFLEX 35 III, ARRIFLEX 435
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35:1
Stereoscopy:
No
Taglines:
Some fight for power. Some fight for us.
Trivia:
Vega is Spanish in the video games. In this film, Vega is Native American because Taboo is Mexican and Native American. In the video games, Vega wears a mask to protect his beauty; in this film, he wears it to hide his face.

In 2003, Jean-Claude Van Damme was working on a sequel to the original Street Fighter movie titled "Street Fighter II", for Universal. Several cast members had been hired to join him in the sequel, including his Universal Soldier co-star Dolph Lundgren in an unrevealed role, Australian actress Holly Valance would have replaced Kylie Minogue as Cammy White, and Damian Chapa would have re-praised his role as Ken Masters. Byron Mann was also reportedly in talks to return as Ryu Hoshi. However, after a few years of trying to get the sequel off the ground, the project never materialized and any plans for a sequel were scrapped in favor of this movie.

Jean-Claude Van Damme was originally offered the chance of re-praising his role as Guile for this film. He would've been the only original cast member from the original film to return, but Van Damme turned down the offer.

Robin Shou, who plays Gen, is the only actor in the cast who has previously featured in other films based on a video game: he played Liu Kang in Mortal Kombat (1995) and its sequel Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997), as well as having a cameo role in DOA: Dead or Alive (2006).