Friday, November 1, 2013

The New Trailer For The U.S. Release Of IP MAN: THE FINAL FIGHT Is Online

Hong Kong action cinema's lasting legacy will forever be indebted to the greatness left right after the passing of the legendary action hero, Bruce Lee. And we have none other to thank than the man who helped formulate the pre-requisite of Lee's martial arts greatness, the late Grandmaster Ip Man, whose story and image have launched a entire new wave of mainstream appreciation in the eyes of martial arts cinema fans everywhere, possessing been adapted to the massive and small screens in different installments, specifically film, which includes Ip Man:The Final Fight.

The film is scheduled to play on Wednesday July 31, 2013 at the Fantasia Film Festival, a single of several screenings it has already had for the duration of its film festival run this year until its selected North American theatrical release on September 20, 2013, courtesy of Well Go USA. So, if you have subscribed to the official Film Combat Syndicate Facebook web page and you currently saw the film, or if you are attending the festival on Wednesday, really feel cost-free to comment on our page and let us know what you feel of director Herman Yau's most current biopictoral contribution to the life and legend of the Wing Chun master.

Ip Man: The Final Fight stars Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, Jordan Chan, Gillian Chung, Marvel Chow, Anita Yuen, Xiong Xin-Xin and Wong Cho-Lam, with action choreography by Nicky Li and Checkley Sin who also developed the film with Albert Lee and Albert Yeung.

In postwar Hong Kong, legendary Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man is reluctantly named into action when far more.  What began as simple challenges from rival kung fu schools soon finds him drawn into the dark and hazardous underworld of the Triads.  Now, to defend life and honor, Ip Man has no selection but to fight - one final time.

The New Trailer For The U.S. Release Of IP MAN: THE FINAL FIGHT Is Online
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