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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.


Unknown 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. :)

FilmMattic 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.