Well Go USA Announces LEGEND OF BRUCE LEE: VOLUME THREE


I won't lie. I watched the pilot episode of Well Go USA's latest release, Legend Of Bruce Lee, and it's been weeks since I cared enough to look at the second episode and thereafter. The show runs enduringly high on drama and the dubbing is equally exasperating, but that doesn't cancel out the fact that this show has an audience since its heyday in 2008. And Danny Chan? Well... he sells it, I suppose.

Beyond that, if you've been watching the series and are keen on Well Go USA's forthcoming third volume of the show, you're more than welcome to set the date for October 3, 2017. I may just continue onward with it myself but I'm eager to hear your thoughts on the show myself, especially considering we're just days away from the BH Tilt/WWE Studios release of Birth Of The Dragon.

It's a high time to be a Bruce Lee fan, I suppose.
PLANO, TEXAS. (August 21, 2017) – Danny Chan (Ip Man 3, Kung Fu Hustle) returns in the final 10 episodes chronicling the life of the incomparable Bruce Lee, whose legacy continues to inspire new generations LEGEND OF BRUCE LEE: VOLUME THREE debuts on DVD October 3 from Well Go USA Entertainment. The three-disc set follows Lee as he fights for his dream of becoming the first Chinese martial arts film star to achieve worldwide fame. LEGEND OF BRUCE LEE: VOLUME THREE also stars Michelle Lang, Mark Dacascos, Wang Luoyang, Tim Storms, Ray Park and Michael Jai White.
Synopsis: After winning a high-profile martial arts championship, Bruce Lee (Danny Chan, Ip Man 3, Kung Fu Hustle) catches the eye of a Hollywood producer, George (Hazen MacIntyre), who sees great potential in the skilled young master and wants to make him a movie star. Eager to break onto the American film scene, exhibit his new kung fu style, Jeet Kune Do, and change the negative portrayal of the Chinese in mainstream media, Bruce throws himself wholeheartedly into a potentially lucrative art. But discrimination in the industry runs deep, and Bruce must fight for his dreams of becoming the first Chinese martial arts film star to achieve worldwide fame.

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