Scott Adkins Stars In Wu Jing's Solo Directing Debut, WOLF. Check Out A Behind The Scenes Video!

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Great things have long been expected of Chinese screen fighter Wu Jing - a multiple time Chinese national wushu champion who trains under the same master as Jet Li - particularly since his breakout performance in 2005 effort Sha Po Lang (released in the US as Kill Zone) opposite Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung but, for a variety of reasons most of which having to do with poor management and poor selection of roles, the on screen success has never really arrived for the talented fighter in the way many expected. And so now he's trying something a little different.

Having already turned in work as a fight director and co-directing Legendary Assassin, Wu is now stepping behind the camera for the first time as a solo director on a Chinese military themed action film titled Wolf. And who's the white guy on set? That'd be Scott Adkins in a key role. Adkins - as fans of the Undisputed series know very well - is one hell of a fighter himself so an Adkins versus Wu fight is very definitely something to look forward to. Check out a behind the scenes video below.
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  • Sunil

    I have a deep respect for Wu Jing and Scott. looking forward to it...

  • Dark Knight

    What do yall think about Adkins as the next batman?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

  • Max K.

    biggest waste of his time and talent...
    City Under Siege, Twins Mission, Kung Fu Cyborg... Gosh, there's just so many to choose from. Even good films he was in as a supporting guy like Wind Blast and Invisible Target had him doing more for the film then it did for him.
    if anybody else can get a Donnie Yen like late career revival, it should be this dude.

  • davebaxter

    Yeah, maybe taking a film into his own hands, even more so than Legendary Assassin, will help Wu out. He's much, much better of a fighter and a performer than his recent output has allowed him to show.

  • I really hope so. My understanding was that he was tied to a manager who also fancied himself a producer and that's how he ended up in that wave of generally weak stuff when he should have been capitalizing on the attention from SPL. With any luck he's gotten away from that relationship ...

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