Soul Calibur: The Movie! ^-^

SSfox

[14] Master
I think Brigitte Nielsen in her prime would've been great for Ivy.

For Mitsurugi i'll pick Hiroyuki Sanada. Xiaghua the Mulan Actress.
 

RandyDrx

[05] Battler
Rachel Hurd-Wood in Perfume: The Story of a Murderer makes a pretty good Amy IMO.

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Mad Swami

[01] Neophyte
Soulcalibur would work better as an anime. Monk traveling the world to destroy evil sword while aqquiring friends along the way with similar goals including, the sister of his long dead best friend. Not to mention a dark power he needs to master to boot
 

NamcoFan

[09] Warrior
It would be good to see Christopher Lambert acting in a VG movie, but why do you all wanna see him playing Edge Master? Edge Master is asian
 

Rusted Blade

[14] Master
It would be good to see Christopher Lambert acting in a VG movie, but why do you all wanna see him playing Edge Master? Edge Master is asian
Can't believe I am participating in this silliest of silly threads, but...Is Edge Master asian? He certainly seems to concentrate his training efforts in Asia, and I guess elements of his armor skew slightly towards a classical eastern morphology (in a very high fantasy fashion), but isn't his whole trope/aesthetic that he's kind of timeless and from an era before the establishment of any of the peoples contemporary to the plot? His face sure doesn't help at all: he could really originate from anywhere from the central asian steppe to Scandinavia, if you were basing it off present day phenotypes. His standard hair, being white, doesn't give much of a hint, but notably his younger-looking 2P is consistently red-haired. His tattoos are high fantasy arcane/tribal but don't match any symbols I recognize from anywhere in antiquity. I don't think he's really meant to be anything, origin-wise: my impression is that he is intentionally designed to be a cypher: that mysterious ancient mentor character whose precise provenance will never be explained. But despite being a fan of the franchise since virtually day one, I have not committed the lore much to memory, so perhaps there is something there which provides a clearer clue that I am unfamiliar with. I'd be surprised though: again, the whole point of his character seems to be oriented towards a lack of specificity.

...but I don't see Christopher Lambert in the role.
 
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