Check This Out: Kung Fu Dunk Trailer

December 28, 2007

Check This Out: Kung Fu Dunk

First we had Shaolin Soccer and kung fu ping pong, and now we finally have Kung Fu Dunk! It was almost inevitable that they'd eventually make a basketball kung fu movie. Those Taiwanese are pretty crafty and have fashioned what looks like it could be a fun movie. Thanks to Twitch we have the first trailer that, although is only in Chinese, is a fun as hell to watch. Check it out, let us know what you think, and maybe with enough motivation, it'll make its way across the pond!

Watch the official trailer for Kung Fu Dunk direct from YouTube:

Kung Fu Dunk poster

Kung Fu Dunk is directed by Yen-ping Chu and adapted from a comic by Takehiko Inoue. The film opens in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and China on February 7th, 2008 with no current plans for a US release.

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Is Steven Chow directing this one?

ramez on Dec 28, 2007


No, it's someone else ramez. His IMDb is linked above in the article right below the trailer.

Alex Billington on Dec 28, 2007


Looks like an Asian Nike commercial.

jason_md2020 on Dec 28, 2007


haha thats what i get for not reading the entire article.

ramez on Dec 28, 2007


Best movie of 2008 confirmed.

downbeat on Dec 28, 2007


No, not another Jay Chow movie, he is a singer not an actor.

AsceticMonk on Dec 29, 2007


I hope #6 is being sarcastic. Worst movie of '08, period. Jay Chou is a great singer, but it's too bad he sucks as an actor. These movies are pretty much the Chinese version of Date Movie, Epic Movie, etc. ZzZz...

PG on Dec 30, 2007


eric tsang needs to stop making movies. every year he pumps out like 50 movies all garbage. sick o dat short stump!

bluntness on Jan 10, 2008


To the author Alex Billington and readers , "Shaolin Soccer" is made by Stephen Chow from HongKong. Stephen is known for his slapstick comedies. That film may not be all great, but many of his earlier films were classic and very popular. This film Kung Fu Dunk is made by Taiwanese (at least most of the actors are, im not sure of the rest of the cast). The cast is entirely different from "Shaolin Soccer" so please not lump them together. Lumping them together is the same as saying Americans, British, French are one and the same. Hong Kong, Taiwan, China are different geographically, and even thought their people share the same root, they do have some difference in their culture.

SK on Jan 12, 2008


Looks like a pathetic copy cat of Shaolin Soccer .... can we have some originality please?

MK on Jan 31, 2008


not that impressing!!!

j on Mar 6, 2008


another thing.....jay chou could do better than this.....he's a talented guy, not putting him down, but i just don't think this is his kind of film.

j on Mar 6, 2008

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