|From L to R: Casper Van Dien, Alexander Nevsky and Mark Dacascos|
Thursday, December 18, 2014
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
If you were one of the fortunate ones to attend this year's revival of Dragonfest back in May and wanted more, then you're in luck! Martial Arts History Museum's own founder and curator Michael Matsuda is already kicking things off ahead of next year's events - the second following its 2014 revival since its intial host and creator, actor Gerald Okamura back in May.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
If you've seen and enjoyed director Scott Mann's 2009 action epic, The Tournament, then you might be keen on what he now has in store with his latest offering in the new movie, Bus 657 from Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films. ased on a script and story written by Stephen Sepher and Max Adams, actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen, The Losers) stars as a casino card dealer whose desperate mission to rob the casino where he works ensues a much larger plot that unfolds, with high-speed chases and high-octane action that will follow.
Monday, December 15, 2014
|BAD CHOICE Cast From L to R: Phong Giang, Renae Moneymaker, Sam Hargrave, Cha-Lee Yoon and Can Aydin|
Actor and martial artist Darren Shahlavi is currently working on the latest reimagining of the 1989 martial arts drama, Kickboxer, for which the production just wrapped things up in New Orleans, Louisiana over the weekend with more to come. In the meantime, one other project harnessing curious onlookers is the forthcoming release of Riccardo Gabrielli R's live-action shortfilm take on the 7G Comics property, Zambo Dende, in which he plays one of the main villains, Pistol. Check it out below!
Not a lot of kung fu instructors take an interest in acting or screenfighting. As for those who do, it's always appealing when you find that number of such people who are keen on expanding their craft to such a field, and impressively so. Such is the case with martial arts instructor Sifu Robert Chen of Chang Sing Tong Kung Fu Academy in Australia where he is now in the midst of his latest foray into feature length martial arts action with their current production, The Challenge Letter.