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NOTE: This is not to be confused with the 1994 anime film Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie.

A sequel to the 1994 live-action film Street Fighter film based on the fighting video game franchise of the same name was in the talks in 2003 to be distributed by Universal Pictures. The film would have had Jean-Claude Van Damme and most of the cast of the original film coming back for the sequel.


The plot is currently unknown.


  • Jean-Claude Van Damme as Guile
  • Byron Mann as Ryu
  • Damian Chapa as Ken Masters
  • Holly Valance as Cammy White (possible replacement for Kylie Minogue)
  • Dolph Lundgren as Unknown Character

Rest of the cast is unknown.

Why It Was Cancelled[]

  1. Universal Pictures lost the rights to produce live-action Street Fighter films and were acquired by 20th Century Fox.
  2. Plans for the sequel were scrapped in favor of a reboot, which eventually became Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li.
  3. The first film received very negative reviews from critics, fans and the general public.


  • The sequel was permanently cancelled.
  • Street Fighter (1994) is a stand-alone film.
  • 20th Century Fox would release a new live-action Street Fighter film titled Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li in 2009, which is a reboot rather than a sequel. This film was poorly received by critics and audiences, but unlike the 1994 film, The Legend of Chun-Li was a box office failure.