Fate of the Dragon – New Bruceploitation!

A new movie recently went into production. Bruce Lee: Fate of the Dragon is directed by French independent film maker Daniel Barrier. The production started as a 20 minute short movie but will now also be released as a 70 minute feature later this year. Playing the role of Bruce Lee is Nicolas Nguyen Van Ty, a 24 years-old French-Vietnamese martial artist. The movie is a fictionalised bio-pic that begins in 1959 Hong Kong.  

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The Life, The Legacy, The Legend Poster Magazine

Out now are these special-edition poster-magazine’s celebrating the life, legacy and legend of Bruce Lee. Inside each issue is packed with photos and articles that folds out into a A1 poster featuring Bruce in a groundbreaking role from his illustrious film career.

Re-live Bruce Lee’s most pivotal steps to stardom and explore his incredible impact on popular culture, martial arts and action-cinema, including his revolutionary influence on fight choreography for film and television and his dynamic and foundational contribution to modern MMA. Packed with historic images, fascinating personal history and inspirational anecdotes, this special edition celebrates The Little Dragon’s diverse legacy – a incredible gift to the world that still delivers immeasurable value, inspiration and instruction more than four decades after his passing.

Issues 1 to 3 are available now, with more issues coming soon.
Click here to order your copy now!

Danny Chan Kwok-Kwan returns as Bruce Lee

The final instalment of the IP MAN movies will see Danny Chan Kwok-Kwan return to the role of Bruce Lee. The fourth and final film of the series see’s Donnie Yen as Ip Man travelling to San Francisco in the early 1960’s were his student, Bruce Lee, has upset the local martial arts circle. Danny’s scenes in the movie include the Longbeach tournament and taking on UK martial arts actor Mark Strange.

Ip Man 4: The Finale will be released on December 20th, 2019. 
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Kung Fu film star Chan Sing Passes Away

It’s been announced that Kung Fu actor Chan Sing passed away back in September 2019. Bruceploitation fans will remember him from movies such as Deadly Strike, Bruce Lee in New Guinea, Bruce Lee the Invincible, New Fist of Fury, Bruce and Shaolin Kung Fu and many more classic Kung Fu movies in his long career. Very sad news. Thoughts go out to his friends and family.

Michelle Lang Exclusive Interview

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New and  exclusive to the site is an interview Michelle Lang. Bruce Lee fans will remember her from the 2008 TV series, The Legend of Bruce Lee, in which she portrayed his wife Linda. Michelle was even kind enough to record this special message for the site. Check out her interview 

Bruce Le’s new movie “Yang Jingyu” Screening

“Yang Jingyu” (aka Blood Hero) was screened back in May 2019 at the China Agricultural University to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China. It is Bruce Le’s latest movie that he both directed and he features in a villain role. The film tells the story of real-life famous anti-Japanese national hero, Yang Jingyu, who led a team to kill the Japanese army in the vast snowfields.

The film took 3 years to complete and production of the movie was not the easiest. The cast and crew braved the extreme cold weather conditions in order to get the most realistic feel for the actual events that took place. 

When making a speech at the University, Bruce Le said “we should use film creation to guide the audience, young people should not only be “superheroes” in their minds, we should bear in mind that today’s peaceful life, are the heroes of the Chinese nation in exchange for blood”. 

The film has already won awards at various film festivals and will be officially released this year, with some discussion of a 3D release.



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