The story of martial-arts master Ip Man, the man who trained Bruce Lee.
A young martial artist's unparalleled Tai Chi skills land him in a highly lucrative underworld fight club.
A frozen Ming Dynasty royal guard and the equally frigid rapist-killer he's tracking are thawed out in modern-day Hong Kong. This is a remake of 1989 Hong Kong action film going by the same name, "The Iceman Cometh".
Not much has been revealed about the plot aside from the fact that the movie is set in a metropolitan city. This film was originally intended to be the first on-screen team up between actors Donnie Yen and Wenzhuo Zhao. But the arrangement fell apart after Zhao left because of his dissapointment with script changes. After Zhao's departure, actor Andy On was brought up as his replacement.
Slated for May 2013 release in Thailand, TYG 2 is first on-screen teamup between Tony Jaa and rising Thai martial artist star JeeJa Yanin (Chocolate, Raging Phoenix).
Yep, Donnie is coming back for the third film of the Ip Man series and this one is supposed to be focused on the relationship between Bruce Lee and Ip Man. Not much other details yet...
Directed, written, and produced by Stephen Chow (Shaolin Soccer, Kung Fu Hustle, The God of Cookery), this is yet another cinematic retelling of Chinese folk tale of a priest and his three disciples' perilous pilgrimage to India in search of sacred texts.
The story of a Buddhist monk's pilgrimage to India to collect religious texts.