Distribution, Martial Arts

"Ip Man 3" Will Roll Punch Audiences in China on March 4th

6:56 PM 1/11/2016 by Senh Duong
Mike Tyson in "Ip Man 3"
For reasons unexplained, Wilson Yip’s “Ip Man 3,” the third installment of the popular martial arts franchise starring Donnie Yen, was pulled from its original December 24th release date in China.

"The Transporter Refueled" Still Running Low on Rotten Tomatoes Critics, who were divided on “The Transporter” franchise, are united on their reviews of the reboot. The gauge on Rotten Tomatoes for “The Transporter Refueled” is at a near-empty 16%. The consensus on the reviews site reads, “The Transporter Refueled has little to offer beyond a handful of decent action sequences, leaving this reboot's title feeling more like wishful thinking than a restatement of purpose.” read more

Summer 2015's 5 Biggest Box Office Flops We know what the biggest hits of summer 2015 were, so now it's time for the industry postmortem on the season's box office bombs. According to The Hollywood Reporter, these are the five biggest flops of this past summer "accounting for budget, marketing spend and revenue the film can expect to earn in ancillary markets. Grosses are through Sept. 4, with several titles still in release worldwide." Tomorrowland (Disney) Budget: $190 million Continue reading…


This Violent Extended Indonesian Trailer for 'The Raid' is The Most Awesome Thing You’ll See Today

feedproxy.google.com – Lets not beat around the proverbial bush here. I’m excited about Gareth Evans’ latest film, The Raid, for a number of reasons. One is that Evans delivered one of my favorite films — not action films, or foreign films — favorite films of the last 5 years with Merantau. Then came the first trailer for The Raid, which sent me through the roof with excitement. 10 years 31 weeks ago via donnieyen

Lars Ulrich Regrets Turning Down Quentin Tarantino's Request For Metallica On 'Kill Bill' Soundtrack

fb.indiewire.com – Chalk this up as yet another entry in the category of "What Could Have Been" but honestly, it's probably for the best that this never worked out. In a column penned for The Daily Beast, Metallica drummer and notorious internet hater Lars Ulrich reveals that at one point, he was approached by Quentin Tarantino as the director was gearing up "Kill Bill," with a request to use “Enter Sandman” and “Sad But True” for two fight sequences in the film. 10 years 37 weeks ago via donnieyen

Hark Tsui Talks Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame

movieweb.com – Director Hark Tsui discsusses his new movie Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame, assembling this amazing cast, and much more.Western audiences may not know Hark Tsui, but he has proven himself as an innovative director over the past 30 years. With films such as Once Upon A Time In China, The Blade, and the fantastic 2005 period drama Seven Swords, Hark Tsui has established a reputation for quality work in China. 10 years 44 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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