3 items from 2015
The news broke last night that the sequel to the 2000 hit Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon will be released 8th February 2016. Starring legends Donnie Yen (Meng Si-Zhao) and Michelle Yeoh (Yu Shu Lien), the movie is set to match the original and go beyond in terms of the fight choreography, led by Yuen Woo Ping.
A band of legendary warriors protects a 400-year-old sword known as “The Green Destiny.”
The rest of the cast includes Jason Scott Lee (Dragon The Bruce Lee Story), Juju Chan (Hit Girls), Roger Yuan (Shanghai Noon) and will be the first feature film to premiere on both Netflix and in IMAX theaters. Once they have released a trailer for the movie, we will be sure to post it on the website, so keep your eyes peeled.
Here are some stills from the movie, enjoy.
Written and Directed By:Adrian Castro
Produced By:Maria Tran
Fight Choreographer:Trung Ly
Make-up Artist:Taylor Davis
Tiger Cop is a fine example of the classic 1980’s Chinese Martial Art genre. If you are fans of Yukari Oshima, Moon Lee and Cynthia Rothrock then this right up your street. Tiger Cop is two sets of extravagant trailers which pays homage to them movies and stars which brought us hard-hitting fight scenes over the years.
Maria Tran plays the new inspector on the force and right away she gets into trouble when introduced to her new partner. It’s a very well choreographed fight scene showcasing Maria’s hand to hand combat, the art of blocking and some very nice kicks. Maria really mixes it up, when watching the fights it takes me back to watching movies such as Angels, Outlaw brothers, Yes Madam and more. »
Directed By: Craig Melville
Fight Choreographer: Trung Ly
Created By: Matchbox Pictures
Maximum Choppage is a six part series set to premiere in time for the Lunar New Year on Tuesday 24th February on ABC2. The series stars comedian Lawrence Leung, who plays a Kung Fu student who doesn’t do to well in real life combat. The series is set in Sydney, where they have some incredible talent trying to make a big noise in the martial arts industry.
Lawrence Leung is an award-winning Australian comedian/TV writer who has been performing internationally since 2001. He is known in comedy circles for his personal storytelling style, “social experiments”, quest-based solo shows and obsession with obscure or nerdy topics like puzzles, 80s childhood icons, con artists, psychology and ghosts. – website.
Each episode hopes to bring something different, such as martial arts, »
3 items from 2015
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