Kicks, punches, jumps, explosions, blindfolded karate lessons, and thugs firing guns who could not hit the broad side of a barn door. Are we missing anything from the list? Oh right, a fireball!
Perhaps what is actually notable from this mostly generic Japanese trailer for the upcoming Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li are the glimpses of key characters from the SF series. Firstly, Neal McDonough as M. Bison, who is without the iconic red military suit with metal shins and Village People cap. This M. Bison instead chooses to walk around in style in tailored suits and a questionably bleached trimmed beard. Michael Clarke Duncan's Balrog seems to be really intense as he violates some unlucky thug with a giant pipe. Robin Shou (who was Liu Kang in the Mortal Kombat films) is shown as Chun-Li's master, Gen as he goes all "grasshopper" on her, instilling into her the lessons that will have her kicking ass in a ridiculously unrealistic way. Lastly, clips of actor Taboo's performance as Vega shows him flipping around, slicing and dicing, and posing for the camera.
...Well, it looks better than Van Damme's. (That's as far as I will go.)