AMC Television is currently streaming a batch of iconic martial arts films that inspired their own high-flying action series Into the Badlands. The movies are completely free for a limited time, with no login required to view them. The films include Shaolin, Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zen, Let the Bullets Fly, The Man From Nowhere, Tai Chi Zero and Tai Chi Hero.
Last week Kylin Pictures and Groundswell Productions released the first trailer for Birth of the Dragon. The George Nolfi-directed film tells the story of Bruce Lee’s early life in San Francisco and his legendary no-holds-barred fight against Shaolin kung fu master Wong Jack Man. Since then, the trailer has received more than 3.7 million views … More —
To honor the life of comedy legend Gene Wilder – who passed away Monday due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease, at the age of 83 – two of the comedian’s most celebrated movies are getting the revival treatment at movie theaters this weekend. AMC Theaters will screen Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Blazing … More —
It looks like Asbury Park’s New Jersey Zombie Walk is back from the dead. The organizers of the event have posted a graphic to the official Facebook page for the walking-deadocon, with the date 10 . 01 . 16. That’s perfect, as there will be no conflicts with New York Comic Con 2016, which runs … More —
Deadline reports that Cinemax has ordered a pilot for Warrior, a crime drama based on original material written by iconic martial artist and film star Bruce Lee. According to the report, Warrior has been a passion project for the late martial arts icon and Fast & Furious director Justin Lin, who is executive producing the … More —
Fan2Sea has announced the full lineup of guests, entertainment and activities for its maiden voyage aboard the Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Seas, which sets sail from January 19–23, 2017 out of Tampa, Florida, with stops in Key West and Cozumel, Mexico. The pop culture-themed cruise will feature panels, nightly parties, movie marathons, themed dinners … More —
It looks like one building can no longer handle all of the content that’s coming to New York Comic-Con these days. As a solution, just as they did in 2015, organizers are expanding to additional venues outside of Jacob K. Javits Center, to welcome the massive crowds expected to attend the more popular panels this … More —