Now not the Marvel comics character Shang-Chi, but a movie version of the ’70s Tv show which starred David Carradine and also had a comic book series. Deadline have the details..
I’m sure any CBMer of a certain age, or even those wise enough to catch some re-runs, remember the Kung Fu Tv series fondly. It starred the late David Carradine as a Shaolin Monk possessed of great martial arts skills as he wanders the American wild west in search of his brother, adventure and enlightenment. It was pretty damn awesome. And now Legendary Entertainment are bringing us a big screen version with none other than Hudson himself at the helm..
Bill Paxton is in talks to direct Kung Fu, a screen adaptation of the classic 1972 TV series that starred David Carradine. Paxton, who
Fans of Kevin Smith and the comic book world now have a reality show to look forward to as Kevin Smith has signed a deal with AMC to produce a reality show based around the comic book store he owns called “Jay and Silent Bob
Brandon “Superman” Routh stars in director Kevin Munroe’s (TMNT) adaptation of the wildly popular Italian comic book series created by Tiziano Sclavi!
The first official trailer for director Kevin Munroe‘s (TMNT) new movie, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night has just been released. Oh, you’ve already seen a trailer? True, an unofficial promo trailer was leaked online several months ago, and several Italian-dubbed trailers have previously been released, but this is the first official U.S. theatrical trailer for the big screen adaptation of the mega-popular Italian comic book series Dylan Dog created by Tiziano Sclavi that stars Brandon “Superman” Routh as Dylan Dog, a paranormal investigator with the ability to see the supernatural creatures hiding in plain sight all around us.
Tired of the waking nightmare that his life has become, Dylan Dog packs his bags and moves to New Orleans to try to find some peace. However, a series of events involving a missing artifact, a beautiful heiress and a brutal murder conspire to drag him back into the world of the undead. Sam Huntington, Taye Diggs, Peter Stormare and Anita Briem also star.