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‘Nonstop Chuck Norris’ Game Now Available On Mobile

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Nonstop Chuck Norris, the latest mobile game starring the legendary martial artist, actor, and filmmaker started rolling out on the Google Play Store several days ago and is now available for download in all parts of the world. Created by indie studio Flare Games, Nonstop Chuck Norris was developed to commemorate Norris’ 77th birthday …

Into The Badlands’ Daniel Wu On The Response To Iron Fist

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In the critics against Marvel’s Iron Fist, the AMC series Into The Badlands was often mentioned as how the fights should have been done. One of the stars of the series, Daniel Wu, was asked about their Netflix competition in an interview with Screen Anarchy. Wu was asked his thoughts on the comparisons between the two series.

RIP – Phillip Ko / Ko Fei

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With over 240 credits to his name as an actor, 50 films as a director, and numerous films as an action -director and producer, Ko’s career encompassed work at Shaw Brothers, Golden Harvest, Seasonal Films, D&B Films, IFD Films, his own Regent Films as well as countless independent productions and working with everyone from Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan …

‘Birth Of The Dragon’ Landing At BH Tilt And WWE Studios

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After the Sundance avalanche of movie sales, a splashy title that unveiled last fall at Toronto is securing a wide distribution deal. BH Tilt and WWE Studios are close to a pact for a wide North American theatrical release of Birth Of The Dragon, the George Nolfi-directed drama about the emergence of Bruce Lee as a martial arts icon …

The Man From Hong Kong: A Dangerous Action Movie

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Zhang Yimou’s recent Great Wall shows that, with audiences and producers alike, there’ll always be a weird fascination to East-meets-West action flicks. When the kung fu movie boom of the 1970s shot Chinese cinema into the Western spotlight, international producers rushed to get in on it. Eager to capitalise on a bottomless audience appetite …

‘Kung Fu Robot’ Interactive Graphic Novel

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The Adventures of Kung Fu Robot: How to Make a Peanut Butter, Jelly, & Kung Fu Sandwich is the first book in a new series by writer, artist, and Kid Rocket Studios founder Jason Bays. The story focuses on nine-year-old Marvin, a chronic worrier, and his friend Kung Fu Robot, as the latter attempts to construct the only thing strong enough …

You Don’t Know Kung Fu, Iron Fist

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Marvel’s latest Netflix series based on comic superhero Iron Fist has struck a terrible chord with critics so far. To be fair, reviewers only had six episodes to work with, so it couldn’t be all that bad, no? Unfortunately, my initial enthusiasm from the first three episodes soon faded away to a slow, bubbling pot of hate as I pondered how “Iron Fist” feels like a budget …

‘Shaolin Cowboy’ Comic Returns

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Geof Darrow and Dave Stewart’s Shaolin Cowboy is a comic book that is as surprising as it is impeccably crafted. Following a Shaolin monk fighting his way across the American desert, the series began in 2004 as part of the Wachowski siblings’ Burlyman Entertainment comic-book company, but it made the jump to Dark Horse Comics …