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Yuen Woo Ping is a True Legend

12 May 2011 6:22 PM, PDT | MovieMaker.com | See recent Movie Maker news »

With over 70 film credits, Yuen Woo Ping is one of the foremost authorities on kung-fu movies. In addition to directing such genre staples as Drunken Master and Iron Monkey, Woo Ping has also enjoyed much success as a martial arts choreographer. Woo Ping’s latest film finds him taking on both roles—director and choreographer—with True Legend, the epic tale of General Su Can (Vincent Zhao). Just before the movie’s release on May 13, Mm caught up with Woo Ping to discuss the making of True Legend. »

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Yuen Woo Ping Is a True Legend

12 May 2011 5:45 PM, PDT | MovieMaker.com | See recent Movie Maker news »

With over 70 film credits, Yuen Woo Ping is one of the foremost authorities on kung-fu movies. In addition to directing such genre staples as Drunken Master and Iron Monkey, Woo Ping has also enjoyed much success as a martial arts choreographer. Woo Ping’s latest film finds him taking on both roles—director and choreographer—with True Legend, the epic tale of General Su Can (Vincent Zhao). Just before the movie’s release on May 13, Mm caught up with Woo Ping to discuss the making of True Legend. »

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Yuen Woo Ping Picks His Five Favorite Fight Scenes

10 May 2011 11:16 PM, PDT | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

Though he's hardly a household name (at least in the United States) it's no exaggeration to say that Yuen Woo Ping is one of the most influential filmmakers on the planet. As the director of 1978's "Snake in Eagle's Shadow," Yuen helped launch the career of Jackie Chan and define his unique style of comedic kung fu. He went on to direct or choreograph the fights in almost every major Chinese martial arts film of the last quarter century, and when he brought his unique style to America in "The Matrix" in 1999, he revolutionized the way Hollywood action films were made for years. Yuen Woo Ping's new film as both director and fight choreographer is called "True Legend," but it's a title that might just as well be bestowed upon Yuen himself.

In honor of "True Legend"'s U.S. release this week, we asked Yuen to do something »

- Matt Singer

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True Legend Review

10 May 2011 2:45 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

True Legend Review

Yuen Woo-Ping, a master of martial arts choreography, makes his directorial come-back in the fantastical tale of revenge True Legend, which Indomina Releasing acquired after it screened at Fantastic Fest last year. True Legend will have a limited theatrical release on May 13th, and packs some faster-than-possible punches. The martial arts choreography is as sleek and stylized as any fan of the genre could wish, and though the sometimes silly story went on far too long, the film was still a great showcase for Woo-Ping’s action artistry. Austin’s fast-growing genre film festival Fantastic Fest saw a deluge of martial arts entries last year. Director/choreographer Woo-Ping’s Snake in Eagle’s Shadow and True Legend both screened, and Woo-Ping was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Woo-Ping is responsible for choreographing the awesome fight scenes in films like The Matrix Trilogy, Kill Bill, Crouching Tiger, »

- Amy Curtis

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Blu Monday: April 26, 2011

24 April 2011 10:59 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Your Weekly Source for the Newest Releases to Blu-Ray Tuesday, April 26th, 2011 Jesse Eisenberg & Kristen Stewart star in Greg Mottola’s Adventureland (2009) Billie Bob Thornton is naughty in Terry Zwigoff’s Bad Santa: Unrated Director’s Cut (2003) French cult classic Betty Blue: Original Theatrical Release (1986) Val Kilmer stars in Blood Out (2011) John Travolta stars in Brian de Palma’s Blow Out: Criterion Collection (1981) D.A Pennebaker’s documentary Bob Dylan: Don’T Look Back (2010) Matt Damon & Heath Ledger star in terry Gilliam’s The Brothers Grimm (2005) Ben Affleck stars in Kevin Smith’s Chasing Amy (1997) Korean horror director Shin Jung-Won’s Chawz (2011) Renee Zellweger & Catherine Zeta-Jones star in Rob Marshall’s Chicago (2002) Kevin Smith’s Clerks: 15th Anniversary Edition (1994) Sylvester Stallone & Viggo Mortenson star in Daylight (1996) Francis Ford Coppola’s Dementia 13: Blu-Ray/DVD Combo pack (1963) Jeffrey Obrow’s The Dorm That Dripped Blood: »

- Travis Keune

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8 New Images from Yuen Woo-Ping's True Legend

13 April 2011 10:17 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Eight new images from the upcoming martial arts film True Legend, which looks like it's going to be one hell of awesome movie, especially if you're into martial arts films. The movie was directed by fight choreographer and director Yuen Woo-Ping (Iron Monkey, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Matrix). If you haven't seen the new trailer for the film yet click here and watch it now. 

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Yuen Woo Ping (The Matrix trilogy, Kill Bill Volumes I and II, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero) brings you True Legend, a heart pounding epic about the timeless battle between good and evil. Su Can's (Vincent Zhao) respectable life is obliterated when his vengeful brother, Yuan (Andy On), returns from war armed with the deadly Five Venom Fists. Weakened but not destroyed, Su Can learns a never-before-seen form of martial arts: the Drunken Fist. Armed with this new power, he returns home »

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International Trailer & A New Clip for Yuen Woo Ping’s ‘True Legend’

30 March 2011 10:33 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

A trailer for Yuen Woo Ping’s True Legend is finally online. The film opened last year in Asia and in the UK, but hasn’t yet been released anywhere in North America. For anyone unfamiliar, Yuen Woo-ping is renowned as one of the most successful and influential figures in the world of Hong Kong action cinema. He began directing in 1978 with Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow, starring Jackie Chan, followed quickly by Drunken Master launching Jackie Chan as a major film-star. He has worked with the biggest stars in Hong Kong and in some of the biggest movies, including with Sammo Hung in Magnificent Butcher (1979), Yuen Biao in Dreadnaught, Donnie Yen in Iron Monkey, and Jet Li and Michelle Yeoh in Tai Chi Master and Wing Chun.

Yuen’s works, particularly his action choreography on Fist of Legend (propably the greatest martial arts movie ever made), attracted the attention of the Wachowski brothers, »

- Kyle Reese

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Mind-Blowing New Trailer for the Martial Arts Film True Legend

28 March 2011 2:48 PM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

You've got to watch this new trailer for director Yuen Woo Ping's martial arts film True Legend because it's pretty freakin' mind-blowingly badass! Why does this movie look so awesome? Because it comes from Woo Ping, the man who did the kung fu choreography for The Matrix films, Kill Bill 1 and 2, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and Fearless. He was also the director of several classic martial arts films including Snake in Eagle's ShadowTwin Warriors and Iron Monkey. Just watch the trailer already!

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Yuen Woo Ping (The Matrix trilogy, Kill Bill Volumes I and II, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero) brings you True Legend, a heart pounding epic about the timeless battle between good and evil. Su Can's (Vincent Zhao) respectable life is obliterated when his vengeful brother, Yuan (Andy On), returns from war armed with the deadly Five Venom Fists. Weakened but not destroyed, Su Can »

- Venkman

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Movie Poster for Yuen Woo Ping's Martial Arts Film True Legend

26 March 2011 3:19 PM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Hey gang! Check out this awesome new 1970's style throwback poster to Yuen Woo Ping's upcoming martial arts film True Legend. For those of you who don't know Woo Ping was the kung fu choreographer of death on The Matrix films, Kill Bill 1 and 2, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and Fearless. He was also the director of several classic martial arts films including Snake in Eagle's ShadowTwin Warriors and Iron Monkey.

The movie was shown at Fantastic Fest last year, and I heard that it was pretty freakin' awesome, so this seems like a movie we can look forward to watching, especially if your a martial arts film fan.

Here's the plot of the movie:

Su Qi-Er (Man Cheuk Chiu) is a wealthy man living during the Qing Dynasty who loses his fortune and reputation as a result of a conspiracy against him. After being forced out onto the streets, »

- Venkman

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Classic Poster for Yuen Woo-Ping's Martial Arts Flick 'True Legend'

23 March 2011 11:17 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

Any martial arts / kung fu fans out there? You've got to check this out! AICN has debuted a classic poster for True Legend, the newest martial arts epic from Yuen Woo-Ping, kung fu choreographer on The Matrix films, Kill Bill 1 and 2, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon and Fearless, and director of numerous martial arts classics including Snake in Eagle's Shadow, Twin Warriors and Iron Monkey. I saw the movie at Fantastic Fest last year and loved it (here's my write-up about it), it's an awesome kung fu flick that has some amazing fight scenes, as Woo-Ping really is the master. The poster really makes me want to see it again. Check it out! You can check out a full-size version of the True Legend poster originally on Ain't It Cool News if you wish. Su Qi-Er (Man Cheuk Chiu) is a wealthy man living during the Qing Dynasty who loses »

- Alex Billington

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Cine Asia presents Hong Kong Legends!

18 March 2011 11:50 AM, PDT | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

Rapidly becoming the one of the most prolific distributors of Asian movies in the UK, Cine Asia have just announced a deal with Entertainment One giving them access to their entire back title list, massively increasing their Asian movie catalogue. Here’s the details…“Continuing our passionate commitment to deliver the very best in Asian action-cinema through our pioneering Cine Asia brand, Showbox Media Group is proud to announce the re-birth of the celebrated Hong Kong Legends action-cinema label. Under the new releasing banner, ‘Cine Asia presents Hkl', Showbox is set to bring the label back to life, and will re-release the cream of Entertainment One's Asian film catalogue, including Jet Li's Once upon a time in China series, Jackie Chan's Police Story 1&2 and Donnie Yen's world-famous, Iron Monkey. »

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