This fantasy miniseries is based on the video game franchise Street Fighter, and it picks up with the return of legendary fighter Charlie Nash, who is not dead like everyone thought. While the big screen versions of Street Fighter are not remembered with much affection, Capcom has had considerably more success in putting their property in the hands of creative minds who have a deep appreciation for Street Fighter. Street Fighter: Resurrection follows Ken and Ryu on a mission to uncover the recently revived Charlie Nash's plan, in which he targets Street Fighter champions. Charlie Nash is back, and targeting legendary Street Fighter champions in a mysterious mission. In Resurrection, heroes Ken and Ryu are reunited to face an ominous new threat. This long-awaited and highly anticipated sequel will be Machinima's first series to air exclusively on.
Gutstein Yoshinori Ono Daniel E. Production of the mini series wrapped up on December 15, 2015. The appearance of a dangerous figure confirms worrying news. As the above clip makes clear, Resurrection features a very serious tone, and its pace will be driven by its action sequences, which feature dazzling fight choreography. All hell breaks loose as Nash goes on the warpath! As events speed toward a showdown in London with the resurgent Shadaloo cartel, covert forces battle for global supremacy with the fate of the world hanging in the balance.
Some of this article's may not be. Please help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources. A short video preview of the first episode has been made available for fans to get a taste for what the series will have to offer. May 2016 Street Fighter: Resurrection Genre Based on by Takashi Nishiyama Hiroshi Matsumoto Developed by Written by Joey Ansah Directed by Joey Ansah Starring Composer s Patrick Gill Country of origin United Kingdom Original language s English No. In 2014, Joey Ansah, an actor and stunt coordinator who appeared in The Bourne Ultimatum and Snow White and the Huntsman as well as choreographing the battles in Xbox title Ryse: Son of Rome, brought fans the back story of iconic Street Fighter characters Ken and Ryu in the Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist live-action web series. Resurrection looks to set a highly ambitious standard for whatever comes next.
You can check out GameSpot's interview with. It was a massive hit with more than 17 million fans tuning in. Away from the games, there has been attempts at live-action adaptations including a 1994 film starring Jean-Claude Van Damme and 2009's Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li. She seeks the fighting challenge, and validation, of Street Fighter legend, Ken Masters. The gaming and pop culture network is behind Street Fighter: Resurrection, which adapts its titular fighting game franchise in dark and gritty fashion.
A few appearances from popular YouTube creators will add some flavor as well; Machinima partners Amy Johnston from and both have roles in the series. Ken and Ryu are called on to aid Interpol with an undercover arms deal in London. Watch the first episode below and head over to to watch the rest of the season. Now, Ansah is back writing and directing, supported by producers Jacqueline Quella and Mark Wooding. Laura from , Decapre from and Kolin from also appear in the film portrayed by Natascha Hopkins, Katrina Durden and Amy Olivia Bell respectively. After a confrontation with Nash, Ryu and Ken must uncover what exactly it is he is up to and whether he is friend or foe. It will aim to serve up a combination of fast paced action, using expertly crafted fight sequences to replicate the kind of bouts you expect to see in the game, along with a suspenseful thriller storyline involving the return of a long-time nemesis.
The series is based on the popular video game series by , its release coinciding with that of. As events speed toward a showdown in London with the resurgent Shadaloo cartel, covert forces battle for global supremacy with the fate of the world hanging in the balance. Can Charlie, Ryu and Ken get to her before it is too late? Street Fighter: Resurrection is done by the same team that produced Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist, a series that depicted Ryu and Ken's formative years. Capcom have seemingly got a taste for collaborations like these and have been reported to be planning a full feature length live action Street Fighter movie. Episodes of the series were released weekly by via app from March 15, 2016 to April 5, 2016.
Tibbets Mark Wooding Running time 8-9 minutes Miniseries Distributor Content Media Release Original network go90 Original release March 15 — April 5, 2016 Chronology Preceded by External links Street Fighter: Resurrection is a live-action developed by director, fight choreographer, writer, actor and martial artist. . Street Fighter: Resurrection is a four-episode, live-action miniseries that sets the stage for Capcom's recently launched video game Street Fighter V. Resurrection serves as a sequel to the web series, taking place ten years later. But is she in over her head as two mysterious strangers intervene? After a violent confrontation with Nash, Ryu and Ken must uncover his lethal plan and find out if he is friend or foe. The following day, martial arts actor announced that he would be playing , while and would reprise their roles from Assassin's Fist as and.
The series was later uploaded to Machinima's channel on December 19, 2016. But two mysterious strangers intervene, proving she may have bitten off a little more than she can chew. The web series originally aired in 2016. If you want to watch the new Street Fighter series, you'll need to download the Go90 app--unfortunately, it's not available in Canada. A sneak-peek clip from the show, for example, shows a meeting between old rivals Ryu and Ken. Charlie Nash is back, and targeting legendary Street Fighter champions in a mysterious mission. Laura and Nash intervene, but whose side are they on? In 2012, World Warrior , the publisher behind the Street Fighter games, for t, a web series that would ultimately be distributed by Machinima.