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Saturday, June 30, 2012

CineMarvellous Preview: Action-Packed (Red Band) First Trailer for RZA's "The Man with the Iron Fists"

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Action-Packed (Red Band)
First Trailer for RZA's
The Man with the Iron Fists


Universal finally released the first trailer for Wu-Tang Clan leader RZA's ambitious martial arts project "The Man with the Iron Fists", and oh boy, was it worth the wait! The trailer is absolutely incredible and a dream-come-true for all kung-fu geeks out there. It features frenetic fight scenes, superb cast and some truly stylized visuals - a combination that always excites. Check out the synopsis and trailer below.

Official synopsis: Quentin Tarantino presents "The Man with the Iron Fists", an action-adventure inspired by kung-fu classics as interpreted by his longtime collaborators RZA and Eli Roth. Making his debut as a director and leading man, RZA-alongside a stellar international cast led by Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu-tells the epic story of warriors, assassins and a lone outsider hero in nineteenth-century China who must unite to destroy the clan traitor who would destroy them all.



"The Man with the Iron Fists" hits US theaters this Fall.

4 comments:

Melissa Bradley said...

Hell to the yeah! I have not heard about this one before, but you can believe I am on board now. What a rush! The weapons, the fights, and my girl Lucy. RZA is just awesome.

George Beremov [Nebular] said...

RZA is a true martial arts lover and I admire him for that reason. The trailer promises a lot, and I'm sure the actual movie won't disappoint either. I love Lucy and she fits perfectly here. Glad you enjoyed it, hon. :)

Matthew Vanacore said...

This trailer does indeed look scintillating. It is irreversibly etched on my "Must Watch" list! It's been a while, too long really, since the West could embrace a quality, if not exceptional martial arts extravaganza. This may be the proper antidote.

Great news, buddy :)

George Beremov [Nebular] said...

Matty, I couldn't agree more. Martial arts flicks made for Western audiences are mostly failures, but this one looks beyond promising. I hope RZA got it right.