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Topic - Bruce Lee
Bruce Lee fans who covet the original yellow jumpsuit that the martial arts legend wore onscreen will get a chance to bid for it at a Hong Kong auction this week.
Mink capes, Bruce Lee autographs and assorted Michael Jackson memorabilia belonging to former Rep. Jesse L. Jackson Jr. will be sold to the highest bidder to help ensure the former congressman pays his debt to society in full.
"The Grandmaster" feels imbalanced, as if it’s not quite sure what movie it wants to be.
Actor Jim Kelly, who played a glib American martial artist in "Enter the Dragon" with Bruce Lee, has died. He was 67.
Martial arts epic "The Grandmaster" kicked off the Berlin Film Festival on Thursday, introducing an international audience to Yip Man, the man who mentored Bruce Lee and brought kung fu to the masses.
For a director and actor who have worked together for about two decades, there did not seem to be much chemistry between Wong Kar-wai and Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Chiu-wai at a news conference promoting their new movie "The Grandmaster" on Wednesday.
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Here’s a look at the top 10 films plagued by misfortune or eventual tragedy for some of those involved.
Efforts to build a Bruce Lee museum in the late kung fu movie star's hometown of Hong Kong have been stalled again.
The production house behind hits like "The Dark Knight," "Inception" and the two "Hangover" installments has partnered with a leading studio in China as it deepens its reach in one of Hollywood's increasingly lucrative markets.
A look at the Blu-ray releases The Green Hornet from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and The Incredibles from Walt Disney Home Entertainment.
He is best known in Chinese and Western cinema for sleekly shot gangster thrillers, including the "Young and Dangerous" series and "Infernal Affairs" trilogy. But Hong Kong director Andrew Lau says he has left his comfort zone with a brooding romance about a Hong Kong woman and an ailing mainland Chinese police officer.
He is best known in Chinese and Western cinema for sleekly shot gangster thrillers like the "Young and Dangerous" series and "Infernal Affairs" trilogy. But Hong Kong director Andrew Lau says he has left his comfort zone with a brooding romance about a Hong Kong woman and an ailing mainland Chinese police officer.
Raymond Chow, the veteran Hong Kong producer who introduced Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan to an international audience, will be honored for lifetime achievement at the fifth Asian Film Awards ceremony on Monday.
Taiwanese pop king Jay Chou says his appearance in the action comedy "The Green Hornet" fulfilled a childhood dream to imitate Bruce Lee's kung fu genius and bring his musical talent to the silver screen.
Lee said buyers will get a certificate of authenticity from Kimura.
"I hope to show Western audiences that Asians don't just do kung fu, but also sing, write songs and play the piano," he said. "So I put the musical element into my Kato."