Watch Togo Igawa Erupt During ADR For STREET FIGHTER: ASSASSIN'S FIST

Counter Clockwise from TL: Akira Koieyama, Christian Howard, Togo Igawa and Joey Ansah.
Post production continues on actor, writer and director Joey Ansah's forthcoming multi-platform live-action feature film, Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist. Hopefully you are all already subscribed to the project's official page by now and are clued-in on what's happening with this amazing ambitious project led by Ansah along with fellow lead actor and co-writer/creator Christian Howard.

However, in case you are just now catching onto things, the film, which will also be released as an episodic series in several parts, has undergone specific ADR sessions in Los Angeles with the cast. The official SFAF Facebook page and Twitter recently shared some photos with Ansah and Howard, in addition to actors Akira Koieyama and Togo Igawa taking on their respective roles as Masters Gôken and Gôtetsû.

Followers also got a small glimpse of the post production stage with Igawa in the recording booth recording a scene that involved some pretty intense and powerful screaming (the video footage at the top of the screen should grant a small clue about what is happening). Thankfully, the booth was strong enough to withstand Igawa's immense chi energy.)

Watch:


Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist has since received multi-territorial online distribution and will release in 2014, starring Ansah, Howard, Koieyama and Igawa along with Mike Moh, Hal Yamanouchi, Shogen Hwang, Gaku Space, actress Hyunri and actor Mark Killeen. The film is produced by Jacqueline Quella in association with Assassin's Fist Limited, Lonely Rock Productions, Gloucester Place Films, Evropa Film and Capcom USA.

UPDATE: And now a word from the birthday man himself!

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