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Im Jahr 2039 haben die Weltkriege die Menschheit nahezu ausgelöscht. Die Kontinente werden nicht mehr von Regierungen, sondern von mächtigen Konzernen wie dem Mishima Zaibatsu geleitet. Dessen Boss, Heihachi Mishima, ist Veranstalter von Tekken. Der größte Kampfsportwettbewerb soll die Massen bei Laune halten und verspricht dem Sieger ewige Anerkennung. Auch der rebellische Street Fighter Jin Kazama (Jon Foo, u.a. "Batman Begins") möchte daran teilnehmen. Seine Motivation: Blutige Rache an Heihachi, den er für den Tod seiner Mutter verantwortlich macht. Geplagt von seinen inneren Dämonen, bestreitet Jin das King of Iron Fist Tournament. Im Verlauf des Turniers offenbart sich ihm dabei die dunkle Seite des Mishima-Imperiums und er entdeckt ein geheimes Projekt, welches die Welt für immer verändern könnte...

Die Dreharbeiten zu "Tekken: Der Film" - unter der Regie von Dwight Little (u.a. "Anacondas: Die Jagd nach der Blut-Orchidee") - begannen am 5. Februar 2008... Der Film erschien hierzulande am 24. September 2010 auf DVD & Blu-ray... Im Sommer 2011 kommt der komplett computergenerierte Animationsfilm "Tekken: Blood Vengeance"


"Tekken" auf DVD & Blu-ray Disc !!!
Am 24. September 2010 erschien die Realverfilmung von "Tekken" auf DVD & Blu-ray Disc...

[13.05.2011] Der Trailer zum CGI-Film "Tekken: Blood Vengeance" ist online !!! Und bei CS! gibt es die folgende Pressemeldung...
NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc., today announced that TEKKEN Blood Vengeance, a new full-length 3D compatible feature film, created in full CG and set in the rich Tekken universe, will be releasing in summer 2011. Taking place in the world and true to the characters and history of the Tekken franchise, TEKKEN Blood Vengeance is being produced by Digital Frontier (Resident Evil: Degeneration, Death Note and Appleseed), with the screenplay written by Dai Sato (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex and Cowboy Bebop). Directing the project will be Youichi Mouri, who directed the opening movies for both Tekken 5 and Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion.
"We're thrilled to be taking the characters, history, and legacy of the Tekken universe into a full-length 3D movie," said Carlson Choi, Vice President of Marketing, NAMCO BANDAI Games America. "Tekken is one of the most recognizable fighting franchises in video games and we believe fans have an enthusiastic appetite for seeing the characters in a new medium. This is a great opportunity for players to learn the histories and motivations behind the fighters who join the King of Iron Fist Tournament."
"Over the past years that I've been working on Tekken, fans have been begging for a full CG Tekken movie," said Tekken creator and project director Katsuhiro Harada. "This movie is for those fans. Tekken has always been known for its colorful array of characters and background stories, and this movie is just one way of exploring that world from a new angle while bringing insight to the series."
With a 16-year legacy, Tekken is among the most popular and well-known gaming brands in the world; the entire franchise selling more than 40 million units globally to date.

[14.09.2010] CS! berichtet über den US-Release...
Anchor Bay Films announced today it has acquired U.S. and Australia/New Zealand distribution rights to Tekken from Steven Paul's Crystal Sky Pictures. Based on the bestselling videogame franchise from Namco, Tekken was written by Alan McElroy and directed by Dwight Little. Kevin Kasha, Executive Vice President Worldwide Acquisitions and Co-productions at Anchor Bay Films, made today's announcement.
Tekken will be released widely in the United States in 2011.
"The 'Tekken' video game franchise has sold millions of copies over the past decade," commented Bill Clark, President of Anchor Bay Entertainment. "Crystal Sky has invested millions in the production, making sure they were able to convey not only the incredible fight scenes, but also the emotional journey of the main character, Jin."
Kasha added, "We're pleased to be able to partner with Crystal Sky Pictures to offer this film to the current and future fans of 'Tekken.' We know how much anticipation there is for this film."
Tekken is set in a world run by all-powerful corporations, of which the mightiest is the Tekken Corporation, headed by Heiachi Mishima. These corporations regularly send their best fighters to challenge each other in the ring. After running contraband outside the fortified walls of Tekken City, Jin Kazama returns home in time to witness Tekken security forces destroying his home and murdering his mother. In order to avenge her, Jin enters the Iron Fist Tournament and is pitted against some of the most brutal martial artists in the world. However, as the tournament unfolds, he realizes that he is merely a pawn in a much bigger and deadlier game.
"We're delighted to have come to an agreement with Anchor Bay Films for the U.S., Australian and New Zealand release of 'Tekken,'" said Steven Paul, CEO of Crystal Sky. "Anchor Bay is a strong, upcoming distributor with a solid history and deep understanding of Japanese entertainment, and we know they will give the film a big push in the marketplace."
Tekken was produced by Steven Paul and Benedict Carver and Executive Produced by Daniel Diamond and Scott Karol. The film stars Jon Foo, Kelly Overton, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Ian Anthony Dale, Luke Goss and Gary Daniels, and features real fighters and martial artists such as Roger Huerta, Cung Le & Lateef Crowder. The film's stunt coordinator, Eric Norris and fight/Parkour choreographer, Cyril Raffaelli, whose credits include District B13 and Transporter, collaborated closely to make the fight sequences as reminiscent of the videogame as possible.
Dwight Little previously directed Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid, Murder at 1600, Rapid Fire, starring Brandon Lee and Marked for Death, starring Steven Seagal.
Created by Japan's Namco, "Tekken" is one of the videogame industry's longest-running and most successful franchises, with worldwide sales of more than 30 million units. Namco released "Tekken VI," the latest in the series, in North America earlier this year to strong sales.

[18.02.2010] Bei CS! gibt es einen Schwung Szenenbilder aus der Realverfilmung !!!

[05.11.2009] Bei CS! gibt es ein Promo-Artwork zur Realverfilmung !!!

[29.10.2009] Heute erscheint "Tekken 6" für PS3 & Xbox...

[17.02.2009] Bei gibt es neue Screenshots aus "Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion" !!!

[28.12.2008] Bei gibt es ein neues Video zu "Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion" !!!

[14.12.2008] Bei gibt es neues Videomaterial zu "Tekken 6" !!!

[09.02.2008] Im heisst es, dass Luke Goss für die Rolle des Kämpfers Steve Fox unterschrieben hat...

[21.01.2008] IESB hat folgende Infos veröffentlicht...
STATUS - February 5
LOCATION - Shreveport, Louisiana (6 weeks)
PRODUCER: Steven Paul - Benedict Carver - Tetsu Fujimura - Masaya Nakamura
DIRECTOR: Dwight Little
LP: Lampton Enochs
WRITER: Alan McElroy
CAST: Jon Foo - Sienna Guillory - Susie Amy - Andy Serkis - Chiaki Kuriyama - Nathan Jones - Takeshi Kaneshiro.
Based on the bestselling Japanese vidgame from Namco. In order to put to rest the ghosts of his past, Jin Kazama enters the Tekken tournament, a fierce and dangerous competition featuring the world’s best martial artists. Following close behind him is Lucas, an aging fight master looking to save Jin from his own inner demons. While on the surface Tekken appears to be the corporation of the future, Jin and Lucas expose a dark underbelly that could threaten the very threads of humanity.
I am assuming Jon Foo's role would be JIN. Considering he's a Wushu master and has the perfect look for the part. [...] Regarding Susie Amy and Sienna Guillory, could be any of the female parts, Christie, Nina or Amy I am assuming. Andy Serkis, I haven't a clue. Nathan Jones, I really don't know, he doesn't seem like a fit for Bryan Fury, I was thinking maybe he's the body for KING. Ah well. In any case, Tekken seems to be on track [...]

[21.12.2007] meldet...
Dwight Little has been set to direct "Tekken," a futuristic martial arts actioner based on the bestselling Japanese vidgame from Namco.
Crystal Sky Pictures is financing the film, which begins production Feb. 4 in Shreveport, La. CSP's Steven Paul and Benedict Carver will produce. Alan McElroy wrote the script.
Little, who last directed "Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid" and "Murder at 1600," has directed martial arts pics before, including "Rapid Fire," starring Brandon Lee, and the Steven Seagal starrer "Marked for Death."
"The film plays out as a science fiction story set in the near future, about a rebel who rises up against the Tekken Corp. to seize freedom for his people," Little told Daily Variety. "It's a gladiator story, but the videogame has a complicated enough storyline that it provides the template for a martial arts spectacular."
Namco has sold more than 20 million units in the "Tekken" game series and will release the sixth installment in January in North America. Crystal Sky, which is coming off "Ghost Rider," next releases the Rob Schneider starrer "Big Stan" and the Neil Marshall-directed "Doomsday."

[04.11.2007] Bei IESB gibt es detaillierte Infos zu den Filmcharakteren - aus einem Casting-Aufruf, u.a. werden folgende Charaktere gesucht: Jin, Bonner, Bryan Fury, Mishima, Kazuya, Marshall Law, Steve Fox und King...

[01.11.2007] Bei CS! kann man einen Blick auf das Teaser-Poster zur geplanten "Tekken"-Verfilmung werfen...
[...] The story centers on two childhood friends who enter a worldwide martial arts tournament. As they progress, the pals move toward uncovering a secret that lies within the mysterious Tekken Corp. Charles Stone will direct. [...]

[28.12.2005] Gamecloud sprach mit Steven Paul, CEO von Crystal Sky...
Gamecloud - The company has a Tekken movie in the works. How did this deal come about?
Steven Paul - We have great relationships with the Japanese corporations, GAGA and NAMCO. It's been a wonderful partnership on the TEKKEN movie and we hope that shines through on the big screen.
Gamecloud - Currently what is the status on the Tekken movie in terms of its production?
Steven Paul - We are planning on going into production early 2006. [...]

[17.11.2005] Moviehole meldet...
Martial arts Superstar Jet Li is brushing up on his joystick manoeuvres to star in the film version of the popular video-game offering, "Tekken", says
Li - who has apparently been high on the ‘wish list’ to star in the film, as has Jackie Chan, for donkeys years - will join Australia’s Nathan Jones, Vicky Zhao, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Taylor Lautner ["The Adventures of Sharboy and Lava Girl"] in the film.
Li plays the character of ‘the Boxer’.
Though it is surprising to hear that Li, who stressed he didn’t want to do crappily written action films anymore, is doing this. He did star in a video game last year, so perceptibly the guys got a case of console fever.
"Tekken", to be directed by Charles Stone III ("Mr 3000"), is a high-octane action movie about a young man who discovers he holds a great power and must battle a team of elite fighters who will stop at nothing in order to get it from him.

[17.05.2005] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Crystal Sky und der Sony-Ableger Screen Gems wollen ab Herbst eine Filmadaption des Namco-Videospiels "Tekken", über zwei Freunde, die bei einem Martial-Arts-Turnier teilnehmen und dabei einem Geheimnis auf die Spur kommen, in Angriff nehmen. Crystal Sky und Gaga Communications planten "Tekken" ursprünglich mit Dimension Films.
Die Regie wird Charles Stone ("Mr. 3000") nach einem Drehbuch von Michael Colleary und Mike Werb übernehmen. Für Crystal Sky werden Steven Paul und der neue Präsident Benedict Carver, der bis vor kurzem bei Screen Gems tätig war, das 50-Millionen-Dollar-Projekt produzieren. Als ausführende Produzenten sind Gaga-CEO Tetsu Fujimara und der Namco-Vorsitzende Masaya Nakamura dabei. "Tekken" wird Paul erneut mit Sony zusammenbringen, nachdem er bereits deren momentan im Dreh befindlichen "Ghost Rider" produziert.

[01.03.2005] DH meldet...
Screenwriter Michael Werb talked with Screenwriting Magazine about his plans for a "Tekken" movie recently and confirmed rumours that footballer Brian White is in talks for a lead role. Werb says "You can't go too far off the map when you're working with a film thats source material is a computer game. The idea here is to make a realsitic movie out of an unrealistic stencil. You get guys like White, and whoever else, and suddenly you've got people that look like they belong in the world...What we hope to do with Tekken is to entertain both those who have played the game,and those that haven't - there's got to be more than effects and skirmishes on screen to hold an audience". [...]

[13.09.2004] IESB meldet...
Brian J. White [...] is a close personal friend of Charles Stone III who directed Mr.3000 and will also be directing the upcoming live action Tekken movie. White told the IESB that he would be willing to work with Stone again in the future. When asked if he had been approached by Stone to work on Tekken he smiled and said "I would love to work with Charles again and Tekken is a good possibility." When asked if he knew what character he had been approached for he said that it was to early to talk about it. [...]

[05.09.2004] SF Wire meldet...
Charles Stone III, director of the upcoming video-game film adaptation Tekken, told SCI FI Wire that he was inspired by a long-standing affection for genre films. "I am a big science-fiction and comic-book head, and I've always wanted to do a film with fight choreography and all of that," Stone said in an interview. "I thought it would be a lot of fun to do Tekken, because it specifically has a lot of bizarre and interesting characters. They all have very specific personalities, so that intrigues me."
The best-selling Tekken, from Japan's Gaga, takes place during a martial-arts tournament, with the grand prize going to the fighter who can defeat Heihachi Mishima. Stone said that he intends to take the film's martial-arts action sequences in a different direction from such popular movies as The Matrix. "One concern of mine is that the fighting be good, because I personally think the fighting in something like The Matrix, where a lot of people are like 'Wow,' just doesn't do it for me," Stone said. "I grew up on the Hong Kong films, where fighting is filmed for the choreography of the actual art form, whereas in America we photograph fighting films with long lenses [and] way up close, and then the editing becomes the choreography."
Stone said that he expects to distinguish his film from those that precede it. "[American filmmakers] construct the choreography with the filmmaking more than they allow the artists to do amazing fighting," Stone said. "The American art form of fighting is not as great as martial arts, so there's no appreciation for that, [but] it was something that I always thought about." Tekken is tentatively scheduled for release in 2006.

[27.08.2004] IESB enthüllt mögliche Storylines und zitiert den Regisseur Charles Stone III...
[...] "It will not be anything like Mortal Kombat or any of the Lara Croft movies. You will get the feeling of Bruce Lee's Enter The Dragon. I want the audience to get to know the characters, so when they have to battle each other it will be more dramatic."
When asked what actors he hopes to have involved in the film, "Both Jet Li and Jackie Chan have been loosely attached to the film but were now thinking of starting clean. It will have plenty of "A" list actors," he told the IESB.
So with all the money that comic book and genre films have been making the studios in the last few years, will a studio "pay up" for actors in Jackie or Jet's league? "Our budget is good so we shouldn't have problem there [...]"

[16.04.2003] GameSpot meldet...
Bloomberg Japan recently conducted an interview with Nichiho Marumo, president of Gaga Communications, the Japanese company that is producing the upcoming Tekken and Onimusha movies.
In the interview, Marumo commented that Gaga's business has mainly been the distribution of movies in Japan. This will be the first time the company will step into the movie production business. Marumo said that Gaga plans to release the Tekken and Onimusha movies worldwide [...]
Gaga hopes to begin production of the Tekken movie and begin scenario production for the Onimusha movie by September, which is the end of the company's fiscal year.

[03.10.2002] Bei Lost Hours gibt es eine positive Kritik zu "Tekken 4"... Bei gibt es weitere Kritiken...

[21.02.2002] IGN FilmForce berichtet...
The popular fighting game Tekken just added its name to the ever-growing list of games that are making their way to the big screen. According to today's Hollywood Reporter, Crystal Sky Entertainment and Japan's Gaga Communications will develop the Tekken movie in association with the game's developer, Namco.
The Tekken franchise is one of the most popular (and lucrative) in all of gaming. The original Tekken and its many sequels have been arcade hits for years, and more recently on PCs, and platforms like the Sony PlayStation and PlayStation 2. For all the 411 on the latest and coolest Tekken games, check out IGN PS2's in-depth coverage of Tekken 4 or Tekken Tag Tournament. Combined sales of all Tekken titles account for over 18 million units worldwide. No doubt they're hoping for similar box office returns.
Crystal Sky's president and CEO Steven Paul reportedly acquired the rights from Namco after a fierce bidding war. Paul told THR, "Tetsu Fujimura, CEO of Gaga, and I have wanted to make a big commercial movie together for a long time. I have had a long and wonderful relationship with (him) and Masaya Nakamura, chairman of Namco, for over 12 years now. The time was right, and Tekken was the perfect game to pursue our dreams together. The game has fun characters and is a wonderful story. Unlike some other games, this has a whole style of its own and is a really fun piece that is very commercial."
No director has been attached, but Paul says that potential helmers and casting choices are being considered now. Crystal Sky is looking to get the movie into production as soon as possible.
The live-action film will reportedly require heavy CG visual effects, and is budgeted at around $60 million.

DVD & Video

DVDTekken (FSK 18)
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 18 Jahren
Darsteller: Jon Foo, Luke Goss, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Regie: Dwight H. Little
Erscheinungstermin: 24. September 2010

DVDTekken (FSK 18)
Limited Steelbook + 10 Sammelkarten

Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 18 Jahren
Darsteller: Jon Foo, Luke Goss, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Regie: Dwight H. Little
Erscheinungstermin: 24. September 2010

DVDTekken (FSK 16)
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 16 Jahren
Darsteller: Jon Foo, Luke Goss, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Regie: Dwight H. Little
Erscheinungstermin: 24. September 2010
Achtung: Gekürzte Fassung !!!

DVDTekken - Die eiserne Faust
Regionalcode 2
FSK: Freigegeben ab 16 Jahren
Ton: Deutsch (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
Bild: 4:3
DVD Erscheinungstermin: 2. Februar 2001

DVDTekken - The Motion Picture [UK IMPORT]
Regionalcode 2
DVD & Video Erscheinungstermin: 27. März 2000
Der Anime zur Videospiel-Hitserie von Namco. Erlebt die packenden Abenteuer der Tekken-Heroen im Kampf um die Krone des Iron Fist Tournaments. Die auf dieser Kassette enthaltene zweiteilige OVA mit ihrer in sich abgeschlossenen Story dürfte sogar eingefleischten Tekken-Verteranen noch das eine oder andere Geheimnis offenbaren...


Tekken Zaibatsu
Englischsprachige Fan-Infos zur Spieleserie...




Tekken: Dark Resurrection
Original Game Soundtrack
Audio CD
Erscheinungstermin: 3. August 2006


VIDEOSPIELE - Hardware, Spiele & Zubehör Am 29. Oktober 2009 erschien die lang erwartete Fortsetzung "Tekken 6" für die PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360: Das Spiel bietet mehr spielbare Charaktere als je zuvor in der Tekken-Geschichte! Bahnbrechende Versus- und Co-op-Spielmodi Offline & Online! Brandneuer Onlinefähiger Action-Game-Modus! Unendlich viele Möglichkeiten deinen ultimativen Kämpfer zu designen und individualisieren! Am 11. Dezember 2009 erscheint die mobile Version von "Tekken 6" für Sony PSP...

Am 13. September 2006 erschien "Tekken: Dark Resurrection" für die Sony PSP - mittlerweile als Platinum-Version erhältlich...
Das genialste Kampfspiel der Welt ist zurück! Mit neuen Charakteren, neuen Levels, neuen Funktionen und neuen Moves! Features: Das ganze Arcade-Spiel "Dark Resurrection" als verbesserte Remaster-Version / Schick deinen Freunden eine Demo-Version des Spiels und zeig ihnen, wer beim Online-Zweikämpfen der Boss ist / Lade deinen Spielstand online hoch und "Geister" herunter, die als K.I.-Gegner von anderen Spielern trainiert wurden...

Weitere "Tekken"-Videospiele...
"Tekken 5" (PS2 Platinum)
"Tekken 5" (PS2)
"Death by Degrees" (PS2)
"Tekken 4" (PS2 Platinum)
"Tekken Tag Tournament" (PS2 Platinum)
"Tekken Advance" (GBA)
"Tekken 3" (PlayStation)
"Tekken 2" (PlayStation)
"Tekken" (PlayStation)


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