'Man with the Iron Fists' Trailers for Bronze Lion & Madame Blossom
The blood and violence has been more than hinted at in a first and second red band trailer for RZA's kung fu directorial debut The Man with the Iron Fists, and we've seen plenty of promotional material with that huge batch of posters that showed up not too long ago. Now a couple quick trailers have surfaced focusing on Lucy Liu's Madame Blossom and Ultimate Fighting Champion, Cung Le's Bronze Lion. There's some more great action footage here, and this looks like it's going to be an off-the-wall kung fu extravaganza in the same vein as Kill Bill. Plus, I can't wait to see Russell Crowe in the villain role as well.
Here's the Madame Blossom character trailer for RZA's The Man with the Iron Fists, from IGN:
The other character trailer for the Bronze Lion played by Cung Le in RZA's Man with the Iron Fists:
RZA's Man With the Iron Fists is to be a "bloody R rated martial arts extravaganza" that he developed after studying Quentin Tarantino for a few years. The film mixes kung fu with a spaghetti western mindset and a hip hop influence. The screenplay was written by Eli Roth and RZA. "I'm going to tell you that we put a lot of time into the script, a lot of energy into it, a lot of people were supporting me on it, and if the energy comes out right, it should be a classic film to have in your library," RZA stated. Universal funded and is releasing Man with the Iron Fists in limited theaters starting on November 2nd. Visit IronFists.com. Who's down?!
Looks like fun! I'm in.
wudawg on Oct 16, 2012
except for bruce lee and chuck, i'm not really into this kind of thing.....and yet.....this looks awesomely KICK ASS!!! im in!
beevis on Oct 16, 2012
So reminiscent of Kill Bill Volume 1. I'm definitely in but too bad Gogo won't be in it, lol.
BinaryChaos on Oct 17, 2012
I am very disappointed with Lucy Liu’s thinly veiled disparaging comments against fellow Asians – Filipinos in particular. While she claimed her racist comment was taken out of context, her facial expression during the Letterman show, clearly expressed a certain icky disdain towards Filipinos. Even David Letterman looked (and rightly so) very uncomfortable after Liu made such ignorant comments. I am so ashamed I supported Lucy Liu all these years. Ms. Liu, ignorance such as racism does not have any place in this day and age. Shame on you.
sam on Oct 18, 2012
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