Tuesday, 9 November 2010

Bruce Lee My Brother Movie Trailer

We've got our hands on the latest movie trailer of Bruce Lee My Brother and it evens comes with English subtitles:


With the movie Bruce Lee My Brother, the fans will better understand Bruce Lee and will appreciate his career even more.

Monday, 1 November 2010

Bruce Lee My Brother Movie Poster

Here's the first official movie poster of Bruce Lee My Brother:
(Click on the poster to enlarge.)
Bruce Lee My Brother Movie PosterActor Aarif Lee does look the part as Bruce Lee!

Sunday, 19 September 2010

Bruce Lee My brother Trailer

A bootleg of the first official movie trailer of Bruce Lee My Brother has leaked online, you may watch it below:

The movie retraces the early life of Bruce Lee.

Saturday, 12 June 2010

Bruce Lee Movie - Bruce Lee Biopic

Bruce Lee MovieThe family of Bruce Lee and China's J.A. Media have agreed on producing a trilogy retracing the life of martial-arts expert Bruce Lee, who's considered one of the most influential martial artists of the 20th century, and a cultural icon. This won't be the first biopic of Bruce Lee (There has already been one biopic indeed: "Dragon The Bruce Lee Story" which was released in 1993). But with this new biopic of Bruce Lee, his family wants to correct widely reported inaccuracies:

Robert Lee

"We've read many books and seen many movies about Bruce Lee. But there are many inaccuracies in them."
Robert Lee,
Bruce Lee’s brother

The film will be helmed by Director Wai-Man Yip. Hong Kong-based singer-turned-actor Aarif Lee will play young Bruce Lee. And Karen Mok and Tony Leung Ka-Fai will play Bruce Lee's parents.

"First in a three-part biopic about martial arts king Bruce Lee. The films are being made in cooperation with the family of Hong Kong's most famous native son, who died 37 years ago."

The plan is to release the film for the 70th anniversary of the late action hero's birth on November 27, 2010. So it's rather strange to learn that filming of the movie will only start at the end of June... Well, I know that in Hong Kong they don't need as much preparation as in Hollywood to make a movie, but still...

Here's a clip showing the marvelous Bruce Lee:

Anyway, impatient to watch the movie Bruce Lee!