Bruce Lee's former student Kareem Abdul-Jabbar says the late martial artist would have loved how Cobra Kai 'doesn't take itself too seriously.'Jeremy Dick
While this week's episode packs many Easter eggs, there is a particular callout to legendary martial artist and actor Bruce Lee as well.Apeksha Bagchi
Bruce Lee's documentary maker comments on Quentin Tarantino's portrayal of the actor.Neeraj Chand
A new trailer for the latest ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, Be Water, has now been released.Jon Fuge
The Criterion Collection tribute to Bruce Lee brings 5 of his Kung-Fu classics in a 7-disc set.B. Alan Orange
Quentin Tarantino was due to have his first ever proper release in China with Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.Kevin Burwick
The Bruce Lee scene in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is continuing to cause controversy for Quentin Tarantino.Kevin Burwick
Following backlash from Bruce Lee's daughter, Quentin Tarantino has responded to the late actor's representation in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.Ryan Scott
Mike Moh plays Bruce Lee in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood but the martial artist's daughter isn't happy with how he was portrayed.Ryan Scott
Bruce Lee is featured in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood with actor Mike Moh playing the martial arts legend.Kevin Burwick
Mike Moh is the fan-favorite to play Marvel's Shang-Chi after his appearance in the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood trailer.Ryan Scott
Bruce Lee plays an important part in the Sharon Tate murder and Quentin Tarantino is incorporating that into Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.B. Alan Orange
A new fan-made video shows what Fists of Fury would have looked like if the weapons were replaced with Lightsabers.Kevin Burwick
The family of Bruce Lee is trying to stop his name and likeness from being portrayed through CG in the martial arts sequel Ip Man 3.
Bruce Lee's daughter Shannon Lee is teaming up with producers Lawrence Grey and Janet Yang for a definitive biopic on the martial arts icon.
Christopher Wilkinson and Stephen Rivele are penning the screenplay based on a 1965 fight between Bruce Lee and legendary kung fu master Wong Jack Man.
James Garner, Bruce Lee, and Carroll O'Connor star in this 1969 noir thriller about an L.A. private detective on a case involving missing persons and murder.
The producer will work off a treatment Lee wrote before his death.