Post-Production, Martial Arts

"The Raid," Zombies, Boobies: Join the "Zombie Fight Club"

6:35 AM 4/6/2014 by Senh Duong
"Zombie Fight Club"
Situated just a block away from the “Kung Fu Jungle” (aka “Kung Fu Killer”) booth in the Filmart was a booth for a film intriguingly titled “Zombie Fight Club.” How can I not be interested enough to at least take a peek?

Donnie Yen's "Kung Fu Killer" Retitled to "Kung Fu Jungle"

1:13 AM 3/28/2014 by Senh Duong
Donnie Yen in "Kung Fu Jungle"
A couple of days ago, I briefly stepped into the Filmart section of the Convention Center in Hong Kong during the Hong Kong International Film Festival. The Filmart is where Asian film studios try to sell the foreign rights to their movies.

Cannes: Radius-TWC Buys Keanu Reeves' Helming Debut 'Man Of Tai Chi' – EXCLUSIVE: In its second significant deal at Cannes, Radius-TWC acquired North American rights to Keanu Reeves’ directorial debut Man Of Tai Chi in a low seven-figure minimum guarantee. The film is set in modern Beijing and follows the spiritual journey of a young martial artist (Tiger Hu Chen) whose unparalleled Tai Chi skills land him in a highly lucrative underworld fight club. 9 years 6 weeks ago via donnieyen

Berlin: So Much For Bad Blood Between Harvey And Megan Ellison; TWC Acquires Wong Kar Wai’s ‘The Grandmaster’ – BREAKING: I’ve read about the supposed bad blood between Harvey Weinstein and Annapurna Pictures principal Megan Ellison over the subpar box office grosses of The Master. But any idea they’re not doing business together is crunched by a deal that just happened between them. The Weinstein Company just acquired all rights in the US and English speaking Canadian territories from Annapurna on Wong Kar Wai’s The Grandmaster, which premieres tonight as the opening film at the Berlin Film Festival. 9 years 21 weeks ago via jackiechan

Wong Kar-Wai Considering 'The Grandmaster' Sequel, But Tony Leung Says He Won't Return

The Grandmaster – While Wong Kar-Wai's films have by and large been critically acclaimed, and beloved among cinephiles, they haven't exactly broken down the doors at the box office. But that seems to be changing with "The Grandmaster." The picture, which is now open in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore, is reportedly his most commercially successful effort yet. 9 years 22 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Wong Kar-wai in Last-Minute Rush to Finish 'The Grandmaster' For World Premiere (Report)

The Grandmasters – The Hong Kong auteur is still putting final touches to his martial arts epic, with the film to be delivered to mainland Chinese censors hours before its first press screening in Beijing on Jan. 5 9 years 26 weeks ago via brucelee

Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmaster' Running Time Will Test Patience For Those Who Think Movies Are Too Long Now – This awards season, certain corners of the internet have been complaining that movies are just too darn long. "Zero Dark Thirty," "Django Unchained," "Les Miserables," "Lincoln," "Amour" and "This Is 40" all broke the 2 hour mark. And some fidgety reporters who seemingly can't sit still for more than a couple hours will be disappointed that one of 2013's most eagerly awaited movies will test their bathroom break-timing. 9 years 26 weeks ago via jetli

Wong Kar-Wai's 'The Grandmasters' Delayed Until 2013, But Some New Posters Arrive – About three weeks away from its slated December 18th release date in China, Wong Kar-Wai has gone ahead and pulled a Wong Kar-Wai, and once again "The Grandmaster" is delayed. Twitch reports that the film is now being slated for a January 8, 2013 release in Hong Kong and China, but one wonders if that date too will hold. 9 years 31 weeks ago via jackiechan

RZA and Eli Roth Talk THE MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS and What Happened to the Extended Cut of the Film

RZA – After years and years of work, Wu-Tang Clan member RZA’s writing and directorial debut, The Man with the Iron Fists is finally hitting screens on November 2nd. The film, co-written by Eli Roth and presented by Quentin Tarantino is a cross-cultural mashup of 70s Kung Fu, 90s gangsta rap and 00s comic book logic. 9 years 35 weeks ago via donnieyen

Interview: The Man With The Iron Fists Stars Jamie Chung and Dave Bautista

The Man With The Iron Fists – In THE MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS, the lovely Jamie Chung and the massively tough Dave Bautista face off against each other. Yet in real life the two make for a charming interview together. Clearly Mr. Bautista could destroy a puny man like myself (at least compared to him) in a matter of seconds, but you couldn’t find a nicer guy if you tried.

9 years 35 weeks ago via jackiechan
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