In dieser Hongkong-Produktion sehen wir den thailändischen Actionstar Tony Jaa neben Louis Koo. Wilson Yip produziert das Martial Arts Spektakel. Sammo Hung wird die Actionszenen coreografieren. Start wird das Ganze dann am 25.08.2017 in den Kinos in Hongkong und China.

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Der neue Wilson Yip Film mit Sammo Hung und Tony Jaa

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Louis Koo

Geboren in Hong Kong am 1970-10-21

Louis Koo (Koo Tin-lok 古天樂; born 21 October 1970) is a Hong Kong film actor. He began his professional career as an actor in local television series, winning TVB's Best Actor award in 1999 and 2001. For the past decade, he has focused primarily on his film career. Koo has become one of the stalwarts of the Hong Kong film industry and is a popular spokesman for various brands including Pepsi, Osim, Tag Heuer, Lotte, Zero Eyewear, Lay's, and Samsung Galaxy.

Koo is the highest earning actor in Hong Kong with 236 million HKD (30.4 million USD) in 2013 and 2014 with 300 million HKD (38.6 million USD). (Bild und TextQuelle: Wikipedia)

Wilson Yip

Geboren in Hongkong

Wilson Yip or Yip Wai-Shun (Chinese: 葉偉信; born 1963) is a Hong Kong actor, filmmaker and screenwriter. His films include Bio Zombie, The White Dragon, SPL: Sha Po Lang, Dragon Tiger Gate, Flash Point, Ip Man, and Ip Man 2.

A film buff at an early age, Yip went to the cinema whenever he could and often wrote reviews on the backs of ticket stubs. He entered the movie business in the 1980s, starting out as a "gofer" and working his way up to assistant director. His directorial debut was 01.00 AM, a three-segment horror compendium. He directed two of three parts, one with Veronica Yip as a nurse who sees dead pop stars, and Anita Yuen interviewing a demon. His next effort, Daze Reaper, was a Category III exploitation film, based on a true-crime story about a prison guard who turns to crime. Next was Mongkok Story, an exploitive story in the vein of Young and Dangerous, and another horror trilogy, Midnight Zone, about urban myths. He also turned to comedy with Teaching Sucks, about two Hong Kong teachers played by Anthony Wong and Jan Lam. In 1998 Wilson co-wrote and directed his biggest cult hit at the time, Bio Zombie, which was influenced by Dawn of the Dead and takes place in a shopping mall, where a small group of misfits bands together in order to survive.

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