Support completion of the Blvd. Warriors documentary

Oh, the stories these theaters could tell! Back in the day, what went on inside urban movie theaters was sometimes more entertaining than the movies playing on screen! And yes, these theaters were all over the country. Yes, these stories will be told, in Blvd. Warriors. Been receiving a lot of well wishes and words
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New Bloodsport and The Crow ‘reinventions’ coming to theaters soon

According to reports, Relativity Media is preparing to shoot a remake of Jean-Claude Van Damme’s 1988 cult classic hit Bloodsport, with V for Vendetta director James McTeigue taking the helm. According to the report, Relativity will produce the new Bloodsport with Edward R. Pressman, Chris Brown, Alberto Lensi, Australia-based Pictures in Paradise and Trans-American Films
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#tonyjaa #rza #marresecrump Exclusive: Musician and filmmaker the RZA to appear in Tony Jaa’s upcoming 3D martial arts thrill ride The Protector 2

World-renowned martial artist Marrese Crump recently wrapped shooting The Protector 2 (aka Tom Yum Goong 2, Warrior King 2), where he collaborated with Tony Jaa. After nearly a year of workshops and training, The Protector 2 has been crafted with specially designed fight sequences that take advantage of the 3D effects and the extreme athleticism
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The groundbreaking and backbreaking Men of the Dragon

I was speaking to my friend Aaron Kai on the phone yesterday, and he reminded me about a little-known but groundbreaking 1974 television movie called Men of the Dragon. The film was shot in Hong Kong as a modern-day kung fu drama. The leading characters are three crimefighting martial arts experts. Americans Jan Kimbro (Jared
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The great photo I didn’t take

I’m currently sorting through my still photos from Grandmaster Ronald Duncan’s 21st Cross-Training Seminar, which took place a few weeks ago. During the seminar, we also took more than 3 hours of video. But this photo of O’Sensei Felix Vazquez stood out to me. Why? First, because I thought it was a nice portrait. But
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