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Thousand Pounds Action Company, best known for their indie live-action work on a lot of video game-based short films, including Street Fighter X Tekken and Naruto Shippuden: Dreams Fight, is taking the next step for their creative endeavors with an original action-oriented project called Clandestine.
Thousand Pounds recently released their Naruto Shippuden: Dreams Fight short film on YouTube, just in time to coincide with Namco Bandai's announcement that the first fully featured 3D rendition of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 will be arriving for the Xbox 360 and PS3 next year. The game was also on display during the 13th Japan Expo which happened over this past weekend.
As for Thousand Pounds' other project, Clandestine, the episodic action film boasts a modest goal of $75,000 and has just under a month to go. The project is detailed in the Kickstarter video below.
This reminds me of the Mortal Kombat episodic series, Legacy, from Ken Tancheron and Ed Boon that came out last year, which was conveniently used to promote NetherRealm Studios' release of Mortal Kombat. Some of the episodes were okay while others were off the hook, such as Raiden's episode.
Whether or not Clandestine will take that route remains to be seen, but the creators are aiming for 10 episodes and can't wait to start shooting. If you enjoyed Thousand Pounds' work on other video game based properties such as Naruto and Street Fighter X Tekken, you can give Clandestine a look over at the Official Kickstarter Page.