We do have scoops now and then, and the news that Jet Li would be joining the third xXx film (re-starring Vin Diesel) was one of those occasions. That news has now been corroborated, so with Jet Li in mind,... More »
[The Hollywood Reporter have just confirmed the news originally reported here January 1, 2016 with word that Jet Li's deal for the film is now officially closed.]That Vin Diesel's New Year's Resolution involves punching a lot of people in the... More »
Andrew Dominik, the New Zealand writer-director of Chopper, Killing Them Softly and the criminally under-seen western The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford will next write the screenplay for Shaolin Temple, the big-budget remake of the 1982... More »
Want to get a good look at Sylvester's Stallone's veiny arm, Kelsey Grammar's fishing hat, Wesley Snipes' collection of knives and / or Mel Gibson preparing to say something unprintable? Then look no farther than this collection of Expendables 3... More »
This year on Full Disclosure we are focusing on a different celebrated filmmaker each month and getting ourselves better acquainted with their body of work. Last week, Hong Kong institution Tsui Hark celebrated his 64th birthday, and so in recognition... More »
A remake of the kung-fu flick Shaolin Temple was first unveiled back in August of 2012 but no director was attached to the project. Yesterday it was confirmed by Film Business Asia that Justin Lin, director of some of the... More »
With the mainland China premiere today for the action comedy Badges of Fury with Jet Li and Wen Zhang as the cop duos, Enlight Pictures has release the final "All-star" trailer that features an overview of the cast. There is... More »
Did you feel letdown with the martial arts taking a backseat to the goofy comedy in the last few trailers to the cop thriller Badges of Fury? Well, don't worry because an international trailer intended for the Singapore market (via... More »
Hey, you! Do you want to watch Police Story with Jackie Chan? Literally, I mean. Do you want to watch Police Story with Jackie Chan? How about Election with Johnnie To? The TIFF Bell Lightbox is about to kick off... More »
Enlight Pictures has unveiled the third trailer for the Wang Zi Ming directed / Po Chu Chui produced action comedy Badges of Fury. While the previous trailers puts the ass-kickery of Jet Li and the zany antics of Wen... More »
Let there be no doubt about it. While the western marketing for upcoming Jet Li starring picture Badges Of Fury has done everything in its power to present the film as an action thriller, this is a comedy through and... More »
Enlight Pictures has unveiled the first trailer for the Wang Zi Ming-directed/Po Chu Chui-produced action comedy Badges of Fury. In true buddy cop fashion, Jet Li as Huang Fei Hong is a hard boiled cop capable of delivering ass-kicking martial... More »
Hot on the heels of the European Film Market, the first promotional art for the cop actioner Badges of Fury (aka The One Detective) has debuted via Easternlight Films, featuring an explosive Jet Li standing tall and gun ready. The... More »
Someone's gonna get punched. Hard. More than once. And probably more than one person.Director Wang Zi Ming is now in post production on Badges Of Fury, a crime thriller featuring one hell of a martial arts trio with Jet Li... More »
Ever felt the need to see Jet Li punch a demon in the face as they plummet through the center of a volcano towards the pit of lava below? Now you can. Magnet Releasing will release Ching Siu-tung's The Sorcerer... More »
A few days after the end of the Sundance Film Festival, but here at last are the latest Twitchvision posts, talking Swiss Army Man, Operation Avalanche, Manchester By the Sea, Birth Of A Nation and more....
Like most fans of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, I found the relationship between John Boyega's Finn and Oscar Isaac's Poe Dameron to be one of the film's most charming aspects. As soon as they'd uttered their enthusiastically mutual "nice to meet you's!" in the stolen TIE Fighter, I would...
Last week, Jane Got a Gun premiered, and both Bone Tomahawk and The Hateful Eight are still on their world tours. The so-called "westerns" are no longer as rare as they used to be. Clearly, that genre is currently decades removed from its heydays, be it the American fairy-tale heroics...
Let me set a scene for you. A few years back at a party for filmmakers one white filmmaker who has written and directed a critically acclaimed film with black leads says to another who has done the same: "I cast African Americans in my movie because I thought...
The sophomore slump poses a very real danger to critically-praised creative debuts. On the small screen, all one needs to do is point to HBO's True Detective, a show that dissolved into frustrating nothingness during its second season. Divorced from Cary Fukunaga, who directed all eight episodes of the first...