In addition to a sequel to "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li," the "Street Fighter" cast is looking at the possibility of other video game movies coming to life, including "Punch Out" and -- you won't be able to guess -- "Brick Breaker."
We'll soon find out if "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li" is able to break the video game movie curse this weekend (hint: it's not looking good), but our colleagues at MTV Movies recently talked with the cast about future video game movie prospects.
You might be surprised at what came up.
MTV Movies asked actress Kristin Kreuk, who plays Chun-Li, if she played games.
"I used to really like 'Brick Breaker' on my BlackBerry and I enjoy 'Tetris,'" she said. "When I was a kid I played math games on the computer and that was about it."
Hey, if Hollywood can a "Clue" movie, why not "Brick Breaker"? "Great, that would be an exciting film, really exciting," she laughed.
Maybe "Brick Breaker" isn't the most promising prospect, but Nintendo's pepping a new "Punch Out" for release on Wii this May. A "Punch Out" movie immediately appealed to the man playing Balrog in "Street Fighter," Michael Clarke Duncan.
"Yeah I'd wanna be in that," admitted the actor, "but I wouldn't be part of the whole gaming thing where I go and challenge somebody, or you see me on tape challenging a group of kids, no I couldn't do that."
I'm sure that can be worked out, Mr. Duncan.
So, which one do you want to see, readers? "Brick Breaker" or "Punch Out"?