The story begins with Jerry Weintraub in 2010 with Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Robert Mark Kamen, and John G. Avildsen works on the Karate Kid film series from 1984 to 1994. As he works with Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith to remake the movie.
A proposed idea in which Samurai Jack had a movie back in the 2000's, but unfortunately scrapped due to poor box office performances from The Powerpuff Girls Movie.
Based on the original fighting game Eternal Champions. Plot: An omniscient being known as the Eternal Champion predicts that mankind will soon fade from existence due to the untimely and unjust deaths of key individuals throughout history who were destined for greatness. Seeking to restore balance to the world, the Eternal Champion gathers these souls from time moments before their deaths to participate in a fighting tournament. The victor will be able to change their fate and bring balance to the universe, whilst the losers will be forced to live out their deaths just as history intended. MPAA: Rated R …
if it was made 10 yrs earlier. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Man_with_the_Iron_Fists
Basically if these movies were made today.
In Outworld, the forces of evil that were once defeated by Raiden and his team of Earthrealm Warriors have been resurrected and are formed under a deadly alliance that threatens to bring about the destruction of all realms. Liu Kang has been killed by Shang Tsung and cursed to go on as a walking corpse, trapped in the pits of his dungeons. In a Mortal Kombat Tournament, Raiden is defeated by the Dragon King Onaga and has to forfeit Earthrealm's control. Armageddon has begun. Not intent on letting Shang Tsung, the sorcerer Quan Chi, Shao Kahn and Onaga crush Earthrealm …
The young son of a Japanese emperor learns that his father had in the past destroyed an evil shape-shifting wizard known as Aku. when Aku returns, the child is sent across the world to train to fight this monster, armed with an indestructible, magical sword. But at the last minute the dark wizard opens a time portal and forces him into the distant future, where Aku governs with a totalitarian rule. The saumrai is dubbed “Jack” by outsiders, and this name spreads in the media as the young samurai wreaks havoc as he is forced to roam the less inhabited, …
Hong Kong Phooey is a 16-episode (31 shorts) Hanna-Barbera animated series that first aired on ABC Saturday morning from September 7, 1974 to September 4, 1976. The star, Hong Kong Phooey, is the secret alter ego of Penrod Pooch, or Penry (sometimes mispronounced “Henry”), a “mild-mannered” police station janitor. Although Penry/Phooey appears to be the only anthropomorphic dog in the entire city where the series is set, no one ever connects his two identities.
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