Miu Tse Stops Kidnapping in ‘Ip Man: The Awakening’ Trailer

Miu Tse Stops Kidnapping in ‘Ip Man: The Awakening’ Trailer

by Alex Billington
May 20, 2022
Source: Youtube

“I heard you’re one hell of a fighter.” Well Go USA has revealed a new official US trailer for yet another new Ip Man movie – this one’s called Ip Man: The Awakening. It already opened in China and Hong Kong last year and is available to stream from the Hi-YAH! currently serving in the United States. This one features a new Ip Man – actor Miu Tse. While visiting Hong Kong, young Master Ip intervenes in an attempted kidnapping, unwittingly sparking a turf war with a ruthless network of human traffickers. In retaliation, the gang kidnaps one of Ip Man’s close friends, leaving him no choice but to challenge the group’s notoriously brutal boxing champion head-on. The cast also includes Guanyin Chen, Hua Qi Long, Zhao Yu Xuanand Hao Yan Fei. It certainly doesn’t seem to have the same cinematic art as the later ones. Ip-Man movies (Kung Fu Master), but at least there should be some good fights. We can hope for that, right?

Here is the official US trailer (+ poster) for Ip Man: The Awakeninglive from Well Go’s Youtube:

Ip Man: The Awakening Poster

While visiting Hong Kong, a young Master Ip (played by Miu Tse) intervenes in an attempted kidnapping, unwittingly sparking a turf war with a ruthless human trafficking ring. In retaliation for his disruption, the gang kidnaps one of Ip Man’s close friends, leaving him no choice but to challenge the group’s notoriously brutal boxing champion head-on. Ip Man: The Awakening is co-directed by filmmakers Li Xi Jie and Zhang Zhu Lindirector The mystical treasure previously. The screenplay is written by Fang Lan and Liu Bayin. Produced by Gu Lei. This opened in China and Hong Kong last year. Well Go USA will debut Ip Man: The Awakening on Blu-ray starting June 21, 2022 this summer. The film will also be available for streaming via Hi-YAH! departure May 20 – you can see now. You look nice ?

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