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  1. #31
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    This made TMZ

    Mike Tyson Kung-Fu Fightin'
    ... In Brand New Action Flick

    10/1/2015 10:01 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

    Mike Tyson's boxing days are over, but he's proving his fists still have fury ... starring in a new Kung-Fu flick alongside some of the biggest names in martial arts movie history.

    The trailer just dropped for "Ip Man 3" ... the follow up to Ip Man 1 and 2 ... and it shows Mike calling punks out to see whose hands are the most lighting fast between a boxer and a Kung-Fu master.

    Mike's in some GREAT company ... the movie stars Donnie Yen as Ip Man (The guy that trained Bruce Lee!!) and Sammo Hung, who between them have starred in over 239 movies ... most of which are the flying-kick-to-the-face variety.

    Check out the trailer ... you get to see a little vintage Mike workin' the speed bag (he's still got it) but if you wanna see him throw down with the big boys on-screen ... you might need to buy a ticket.

    We can't wait.

    I imagine this is exactly the sort of cross-over IM3 is looking for...
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    Official U.S. trailer

    It's Donnie and Iron Mike versus Jackie, Johnny and Bingbing this xmas.

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    U.S theatrical is January 22

    Once again, courtesy of WellGoUSA


    Donnie Yen (upcoming Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2) ignites the screen in a return to the role that made him an icon - as Ip Man, the real-life Wing Chun grandmaster who mentored Bruce Lee. In this explosive third installment of the blockbuster martial arts series, when a band of brutal gangsters led by a crooked property developer (Mike Tyson) make a play to take over the city, Master Ip is forced to take a stand. Fists will fly as some of the most incredible fight scenes ever filmed play out on the big screen in this soon-to-be genre classic.

    Director: Wilson Yip
    Cast: Donnie Yen
    Producer: Bak-Ming Wong
    Genre: Action & Adventure, Foreign
    Sub Genre: Biography, Martial Arts
    Theatrical Date: Jan 22, 2016
    Original Language: Cantonese
    Subtitle: English
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    it's donnie and iron mike versus jackie, johnny and bingbing this xmas.


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    WellGoUSA just dropped some posters

    ...including Bruce!

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    Opens this Friday

    Here's the list from the Well Go USA site. This is a big opening for them.


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    Hanover, MD 21076
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    Boston, MA 02111
    (617) 423-5801


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    Buffalo, NY 14207
    (844) 462-7342


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    In Person in Los Angeles

    I was just passed this by a Well Go USA rep. I don't see the offer on the site yet, but if you're in L.A. and want to go, keep your eye on this.

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    Opens today!

    Read our exclusive coverage: IP MAN 3: I Think I Can Beat Mike Tyson by Greg Lynch Jr.
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    Variety coverage

    Oh Donnie. That suit!

    ‘Ip Man 3’ Actor Mike Tyson Believes His Fighting Background Gave Him an Edge


    JANUARY 21, 2016 | 01:48PM PT
    Margaret Lenker
    The third installment of the “Ip Man” series premiered Wednesday in Los Angeles at the Pacific Theaters at the Grove. While the movie bowed in Hong Kong over the holidays, both Donnie Yen (Ip Man) and Mike Tyson (Frank) attended the Los Angeles debut of “Ip Man 3,” with much appreciation from fans.

    Before the screening, Well Go SVP Jason Pfardrescher led the audience in a classic “Ip Man” chant, complete with a brief Kung Fu move. Both Yen and Tyson introduced the film, eliciting applause from the audience.

    “Ip Man 3” follows the iconic character Ip Man — the real-life Wing Chun Kung Fu master who mentored Bruce Lee — as he defends his son’s school when a band of gangsters led by crook Frank attempt to take over the city.

    Although “Ip Man 3” has an abundance of Wing Chun Kung Fu, Yen explains he is an actor first, and a martial arts professional second. “I mean at the end of the day, acting is acting, right? The most important [aspect] is just playing the character,” Yen said. “I think there’s an advantage of being a martial arts actor, because not only do you have to craft your acting skills, but you’ve also got to know enough of martial arts.”

    Yen’s mother was his first martial arts instructor, and he’s thankful for what his mother instilled in him. “I think from a martial arts background, my mom gave me a very strong foundation,” Yen said. “Of course, I thank my mom for giving me that kind of family background.”

    Tyson retired from fighting in 2005, but has returned to the spotlight through acting. After appearing in pieces such as “The Hangover,” “Entourage” and his one-man show on Broadway, “Mike Tyson: The Undisputed Truth,” Tyson explained his fighting background has helped his new ventures. “I’m used to being under pressure,” Tyson said. “I’m pretty composed. I believe that gave me an edge.”

    Tyson and Yen duke it out in the film, each using his own skill. “If those two have to go head-to-head, that’s going to be a fight,” co-host of “American Ninja Warrior,” Akbar Gbaja-Biamila said. “That’s going to get me out of my seat. That’s too much action for one movie.”

    Some of Tyson’s friends attended the premiere to support the new actor. Boxer Danny Musico was 14 years old when he first met Tyson at a training facility in Upstate New York, and he explained his utter excitement for Tyson’s success and appreciation for the martial arts in “Ip Man 3.” “That’s what I actually really love about this movie,” Musico said. “It’s them doing their own fight scenes. A lot of it is they just keep the cameras going when they’re doing it. You wouldn’t know if it’s supposed to be or not supposed to be. It’s just them naturally being fighters.”
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    January 22, 2016
    Mike Tyson on Hoverboard Fail: ‘My Pride Was Hurt'

    On Thursday, “Extra’s” Charissa Thompson sat down with Mike Tyson and Donnie Yen at Universal Studios Hollywood, where they promoted their film, “Ip Man 3.”

    Tyson recently made headlines for falling off his hoverboard... with the clip posted on his Instagram. On the incident Mike shared, “Well, my pride was hurt pretty bad.”

    “Ip Man 3” hits theaters today!
    Talking 'bout IP3 so naturally the headline is 'hoverboard fail'
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    First forum review!

    The ezine articles don't really count, but Greg was spot on about Tyson's voice in his review for us. Tyson's English was his usual lithpy self but the Chinese was distractingly deeper. His whole story arc was oddly superfluous in the end, surpringly not even the finale fight, but did provide an excuse for a lot of gratuitous fight scenes, just as oppressive mob bosses do in martial arts flicks.

    IP3 had such Chinese melodrama and yet that didn't get too distracting from the action, although only barely so. Perhaps I was forgiving because of its random artsy strokes - the moth on the dummy, the lost red balloon, the focus on the water glass, the relationships with the kids. There was more of a love story than I anticipated, but such is the Chinese palette in movies nowadays. This will probably put out the narrow martial arts flick fans who aren't as tuned into Asian film right now.

    The fights were good - very YWP with his wire-fu defiance of physics, but some satisfyingly long complicated single-shot sequences were delivered. Donnie is still strong in the role.

    I enjoyed it overall and it tempts me to revisit parts 1 & 2. 3 wasn't as good as 1 (if memory serves) but decent closure from 2.
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    I actually liked part 3 better than part 2.

    I had been expecting Mike Tyson to play a much bigger role, meaning, as an arch-villain. But it was fun to see him fighting in a HK/Chinese movie. However, Mike was an anachronism in 1959 Hong Kong. He was like a modern guy who took a time machine back to the late '50s, rather than a person of the time.

    They screwed up the Bruce Lee timeline. If I'm not mistaken, BL actually began WC around 1954 or so, and he had already left HK by '59. But then again, it's clear these Ip Man movies are not intended as accurate biographies.

    I didn't mind the drama. IMO, this was Donnie's most human portrayal of Ip Man.

    Yuen Woo Ping's choreography is better here than it has been in years. I had started to believe he had run out of ideas, based on most of his work in recent years.

    If I have a gripe, it's that these Ip Man movies portray all non-Wing Chun CMA as worse than useless. In part 3, the styles most obviously taken shots at are CLF and Mantis. Even though CLf isn't mentioned by name, it's very clear they're showing it as such, by Mike's right-hand thug and his sifu, played by Leung Kar-Yan. Not only are these portrayals unfair, but also completely inaccurate and biased. Why in the hell would any of these other "sifu" have had students at all if all their arts sucked so badly? I'm asking this in relation to the 'reality' that the movie's characters inhabit. In the movie's version of reality, surely everyone would've figured out long ago how badly the other teachers and their styles sucked, right? The Ip Man movies even portray foreign arts as superior to CMA (again, except for WC). Japanese Karate, Western boxing, Muay Thai. So while the first two Ip Man films masqueraded as Chinese pride films, in reality they were only WC pride films.

    *Speaking of anachronisms, another one that nobody but a knife aficionado would spot is the automatic knife (switchblade) pulled out by the right-hand thug. I couldn't tell if it was quality or a cheapie, but it is clearly of modern design.
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    2016 Newest HD: Donnie Yen LIVE Peformance Chinese New Year Gala 甄子丹 春晚 (Most watched

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    I thought this came out China...

    Just like Monkey King 2, we got in theaters first. It's a wild time for the Chinese and U.S. film market.

    China Box Office: “Ip Man 3” Could Be Hurt By Piracy and Impending Blu-ray Release
    Posted 3:18 PM March 1st, 2016 by Senh Duong

    Originally, Donnie Yen’s “Ip Man 3” was supposed to be released in China on December 24, 2015. But inexplicably, it was pulled weeks before that date, and pushed to March 4, 2016 -- this coming Friday.

    Maybe the distributor felt that the period between those dates were too competitive, jam-packed with potential hits. In hindsight, if that was their reason, then they were right. That period produced ten films that grossed over $100M each: “Devil and Angle” ($100M); “Mr. Six” ($137M); “Mojin - The Lost Legend” ($256M); “Detective Chin Tang” ($125M); “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” ($125M); “Kung Fu Panda 3” ($150M); “The Monkey King 2” ($179M); “From Macau to Vegas 3” ($168M); and of course, the record-breaking “Mermaid” ($488M).

    If it’s any consolation to the producers of “Ip Man 3,” Jackie Chan’s action-comedy “Skiptrace” was also suddenly pulled from the same release date. Chan’s film currently does not have a date set for China.

    Delaying the release of “Ip Man 3” two months later produces several problems for its producers that could impact the film’s performance at the box office.

    First, they would have to redo all of their marketing materials.

    Second, I’m not sure if Yen can still promote it as his last martial arts film when he and the film’s producers have repeatedly said that “Ip Man 4” is “very likely” now because of its recording-breaking success in regions nearby China during its initial release.

    Third, the film has already been pirated and shared online. On one of the pirate sites, the downloads have already exceeded 400,000.

    Finally, neighboring countries will release the “Ip Man 3” blu-ray within weeks of its China theatrical debut. Soon, there’ll be crystal clear versions of the film floating around online. The distributors will try to combat that by showing the film primarily in 3D, which is still a thing in China.

    Less of a factor might be the fact that another Donnie Yen movie, “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny,” was released only a few weeks ago and is still playing.

    So how much does “Ip Man 3” need to make in order to break even? The film cost $36M to produce. The film company generally gets 45% of the box office. It has already grossed around $30M in foreign markets. All it needs from China is $50M if we’re basing this solely on theatrical revenue and excluding marketing cost and video sales.

    That’s very doable even with the piracy and blu-ray issues because the China market has expanded so much since the first two installments. Since “Ip Man 2,” China’s film market has grown from $1.5B to $6.8B. “Ip Man” (2008) and “Ip Man 2” (2010) grossed $14M and $30M, respectively. Although those figures seem modest now, they were blockbusters in their respective years.

    Even though “Ip Man 3” only needs to “roll punch” $50M in ticket sales from the China audience to break even, I think it still needs to get to $100M in order for it to be considered a hit nowadays. And that figure could be affected by online piracy and the impending blu-ray release. We’ll see in a few days.

    (Box office figures from
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