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Mania Exclsuive: THE GRANDMASTER Clip

From Behind the Scenes

By Robert T. Trate     February 26, 2014

THE GRANDMASTER arrives March 4th, 2014
© ANCHOR BAY ENTERTAINMENT has obtained an exclusive clip from acclaimed director/writer Wong Kar Wai's THE GRANDMASTER. Take a look at the behind the scenes exclusive from the Blu-ray. THE GRANDMASTER is available on Blu-ray and DVD March 4th, 2014

Press Release: Anchor Bay Entertainment and The Weinstein Company announced today the Blu-ray™ and DVD release of THE GRANDMASTER from writer and director Wong Kar Wai (HAPPY TOGETHER, IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE AND MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS). Presented by Martin Scorsese, THE GRANDMASTER, recently made the Oscar Best Foreign-Language Film Shortlist as Hong Kong's submission. The film is currently available on all major digital retailers, Video On-Demand and on Pay-Per-View services.

From acclaimed director/writer Wong Kar Wai comes an epic tale inspired by the life of the warrior hero who taught Bruce Lee. Asian superstar Tony Leung (IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE) portrays legendary Kung Fu master Ip Man, who survived the turmoil of 1930s China to change the world of martial arts forever. Ziyi Zhang (CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) and Chang Chen (RED CLIFF) co-star in this visually stunning saga of love, honor and vengeance, featuring breathtaking action choreography by Yuen Wo Ping (THE MATRIX, KILL BILL).
THE GRANDMASTER Blu-ray™ and DVD special features include THE GRANDMASTER: From Ip Man to Bruce Lee, A Conversation with Shannon Lee (Daughter of Bruce Lee), THE GRANDMASTER: According to RZA and Behind the Scenes footage.

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monkeyfoot 2/26/2014 10:20:50 AM

I love a good martial arts film and the look and choreography I've seen in the trailers and this clip are beautiful. I will have to check it out.

Dazzler 2/27/2014 4:15:14 AM

I always love the "Martin Scorsese" presents tag on there.  Like Quinton T presents also.  What does that even mean?  They don't intro the movie Hitchcock style.  Makes no sense and it does not add to me wanting to watch them either. 



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