Here are some news.
Mike Bison, Charlie Nash and Gen have been anounced in the cast of the new Chun Li's SF Live action movie.
UK, February 19, 2008 - Fox has begun fleshing out the cast of the new Street Fighter movie, with most of the main roles now filled for the videogame adaptation.
According to Variety, Kristin Kreuk – most famous for playing Lana Lang in Smallville - has been cast as the film's main character; Chun-Li.
Micheal Clarke Duncan, who previously starred in The Green Mile, seems well cast as boxer Balrog, whilst Chris Klein (American Pie) will play Nash, and Rick Yune (Die Another Day) is master assassin Gen.
Also cast in as-yet-unspecified roles are Moon Bloodgood (Journeyman), the Black Eyed Peas' Taboo and Hong Kong film star Cheng Pei Pei.
Apparently the producers are still searching for the right man to play sinister villain and "Psycho Power" exponent M. Bison.
As we reported last year, Romeo Must Die and Exit Wounds director will helm the project, although we're more excited that Hong Kong fight choreographer Dion Liam - who worked on The Matrix - has been signed up to oversee the fight sequences.
Few plot details have been released thus far, although we do know that the film has nothing to do with the woeful 1994 Street Fighter movie, which starred Jean-Claude Van Damme and Kylie Minogue.
The pic is set to begin filming in March, while the next installment in the game franchise, Street Fighter IV, is released this summer.
Mike Bison (Balrog), Charlie Nash & Gen