A sinful martial arts expert wants to start a new tranquil life, only to be hunted by a determined detective and his former master.
Donnie Yen Talks Dragon, in theaters now!
To those who are Hong Kong cinema aficionados, Donnie Yen is an actor that needs no introduction. He starred in his first movie, 1984's Drunken Tai Chi, at the age of 19 after being discovered by director and The Matrix fight choreographer Woo-ping Yuen. He has gone on to star in some of Hong Kong's biggest hits such as Once Upon A Time In China II, Iron Monkey, Hero, Kill Zone, Ip Man, and Ip Man 2.Read More
International superstar Donnie Yen is set to return to the big screen in this weekend's Dragon, opening across the country on November 30th. Yen stars as a family man with a dark past who suddenly finds himself under investigation for murder. We have an exclusive clip from this late Qing Dynasty period adventure, which offers up a taste of Donnie Yen's martial arts expertise with a thrilling courtyard fight. Watch as Donnie Yen takes on a very angry woman with a very big knife.
Dragon was released November 30th, 2012.Read More
The Weinstein Company (TWC) announced today that it has acquired from WE Distribution the distribution rights for the world, outside of Asia and French speaking Europe, to the martial arts, film noir epic Dragon (Wu Xia). TF1 are already confirmed to distribute the film in France. The film will have its world premiere as part of the official selection at this year's Cannes Film Festival. A 2011 theatrical release is expected in the US.
Director, Peter Ho-Sun Chan, is one of Asia's most celebrated filmmakers, his critical and box office hits include award winning Warlords, which he produced and directed, and Dragon (Wu Xia), Peter Ho-Sun Chan brings to the screen an action-packed tale of crime, family and redemption.Read More