Back to the 1930s in the new ‘Ip Man: Kung Fu Master’ movie trailer

Back to the 1930s in the new ‘Ip Man: Kung Fu Master’ movie trailer

by Alex Billington
November 11, 2020
Source: Youtube

“Some people use it to fight and kill. Some people use it to improve themselves. And I use it for justice.” Magnolia Pictures has released an official US trailer for another Ip-Man film, this one titled Ip Man: Master of Kung Fu. This martial arts extravaganza features given to as Ip Man, Bruce Lee’s legendary kung fu tutor, taking on the role for the third time (including The legend is born: Ip Man in 2010 and Kung Fu League in 2018). This film is unrelated to Donnie Yen’s Ip Man film series, most recently with Ip Man 4: The Finale just last year. Before the communist revolution of 1949, while serving as a police captain in Foshan, Ip Man is the target of a vengeful gangster just as the Japanese army invades the area. The film’s cast also includes Michael Wang, Wanliruo Xinand Dongfeng Yue. All fights look tough, of course, as expected. And the story is a nice twist on the usual – just hope it’s not a big mess.

Here is the official US trailer (+ poster) for Liming Li’s Ip Man: Master of Kung Fudirectly from Youtube:

Ip Man: Master of Kung Fu Poster

Ip Man: Kung Fu Master takes a look back at Ip’s early life before the communist revolution in 1949. Ip, portrayed by Dennis To for the third time as the martial artist who taught Bruce Lee, was then a police captain accused of murder . of a ruthless but honorable gangster, and targeted for revenge by his dangerous daughter. Forced to leave the police, Ip must also soon face the arrival of the Japanese army in Guangzhou. Ip Man: Master of Kung Fu is directed by Chinese filmmaker Liming Lidirector of both films Fang Shi Yu: Gai shi ying xiong and Young Ip Man: Times of Crisis previously. The screenplay is written by Liming Li and Qingshui Shi. It opened its doors in China last December. Magnolia Pics will release Li’s Ip Man: Master of Kung Fu in select theaters + on VOD everywhere from December 11 later this fall. For more info + tickets, go to the film’s website official site. Interested?

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