The interest of Hollywod towards ‘Kung Fu’, the legendary series of the 70s starring David carradine to star it, does not stop growing. A few months confirmed the launch of a reboot feminine for the small screen and now it has announced its jump to film hand David Leitch, director of ‘Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw’.
there is currently no screenwriter, but soon ficharán someone to not lose to Leitch, who also was behind such titles as ‘Deadpool 2’, ‘Atomic’ or ‘John Wick’. The latter was co-written next to Chad Stahelski, which assumed control of the franchise after the departure of Leitch.
Released in 1972, ‘Kung Fu’ told the story of a master of martial arts that leaves China after the death of his teacher and travels through the Old West in a peaceful way until someone provokes him, thing that used to happen very often. Sure this power point quite a lot in the film having behind the camera to someone as a Leitch.
Universal tries to return to the path of success
Behind this new ‘Kung Fu’ is Universal, a company that lately has been chained are huge failures box office ‘Cats’ and
By the way, this will not be the only adventure in the martial arts of Leitch, as it also has in development a new version of ‘Operation ‘ Dragon’, one of the titles most celebrated of Bruce Lee.
Via | Deadline
The news ‘Kung Fu’: the legendary series will make the leap to the cinema of the hand of the director of ‘Fast & the Furious: Hobbs & Shaw’ was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
January 21, 2020
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