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Sometime after the release of Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li in 2009, 20th Century Fox executives stated there were plans for sequels to the film. Even Kristen Kreuk, who played Chun-Li in The Legend of Chun-Li, stated that she was contracted for a sequel. 
The plot would have introduced more characters from the game such as Ryu and Ken, who were absent from The Legend of Chun-Li. The Rest Of The Plot Is Unknown
Why They Were Cancelled
- The Legend of Chun-Li failed at the box-office.
- The Legend of Chun-Li also received negative reviews from critics, audiences and fans from the Street Fighter video game series alike.
- The sequels were permanently cancelled.
- Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li is a stand-alone film.
- A live-action Street Fighter web series titled Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist focused on Ryu and Ken was released in 2014. This web series was met with more positive reviews unlike the live-action feature films.