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March 31, 2010
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 Written by John Scalzo  on January 20, 2010

News: He's got an arm cannon and he fights six "robot masters"!

The Capcom-Unity blog has posted a trailer to an upcoming Hong Kong film that may be the closest thing we ever get a live-action Mega Man movie.

Titled Future X-Cops (Mei loi ging chaat), the movie features evil oil executives sending six cyborgs back to the year 2010 to kill a scientist who develops a viable solar energy. The cyborgs each have their own distinctive power (including a "Dragon Man", a "Bat Man" and a guy with a really big arm cannon attached to his wrist) and they lay waste to everything.

The only man who can stop them is a futuristic cop (Andy Lau, House of Flying Daggers) who runs around in a suit of armor that looks very reminiscent to Mega Man X. As you can see from the poster to your left, he's also packing an arm cannon of his own. Finally, he flies around in a hovercraft that could easily double as the Rush Jet from Mega Man III (quoth Capcom's Chris Kramer: "So help me god, if it turns out that little scooter thing at 1:08 turns into a robot dog, we're suing.").

Please don't sue Capcom, I need to see this movie! Future X-Cops will be released in Hong Kong on February 25 with an Americn release hopefully to follow (pretty pretty please!). You can check out the awesomely ridiculous trailer right here:

This will make the perfect double feature with Mega Man 10 when it's released for the PS3, Wii and Xbox 360 in March.

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