Scott Adkins, the mega-talented actor and martial artist from “Undisputed III” and “Assassination Games,” let out a few tidbits of information over Twitter recently.
- When asked why “Assassination Games” was suspiciously low on action (as cityonfire.com detailed in our review), Scott said he and Jean Claude Van Damme tried to inject more fight scenes in the movie but there simply wasn’t enough time
- A script for “Undisputed 4” is completed; both director Isaac Florentine and Scott Adkins want to make it; but it’s difficult to find funding. “Undisputed III” was not a big hit, due in large part to people pirating the film
- At this point, financial backers are more interested in funding a “Ninja 2” than a “Undisputed 4,” despite the fact that Adkins’ “Undisputed” character Uri Boyka has developed a cult following among fans. “Go figure,” says Scott
BREAKING NEWS: Boyka is back! Audiences at Fantastic Fest are currently being bowled over by the visceral fight scenes in Ninja: Shadow of the Tear, the latest collaboration between Scott Adkins and director Isaac Florentine. Ninja producer Frank Di Martin also took to the stage at Fantastic Fest to reveal that screenwriter David White is hard at work on the screenplay for Undisputed IV, which will likely be Scott Adkins’ next project.