Wu Tang vs. The Golden Phoenix – Trailer


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Hier der Trailer zu RZAs „Wu Tang vs. The Golden Phoenix“, seit zehn Jahren in Arbeit, eine trashige Hommage an die 70s Martial Arts-Filme. Von Quiet Earth:

The hip hop icon says he made Golden Phoenix to prove to himself and Hollywood that he could be taken seriously as a director. He had some help from Eli Roth, who is billed as an executive producer for the film. The film also features several kung fu legends like Robert Tai, fight choreographer from the 1978 classic The Five Deadly Venoms. Golden Phoenix was made in the style of 1970’s “Kung Fu Theater” – grainy shots, crazy sound effects and lots of dubbing. RZA is well known for his kung fu obsession; just listen to any Wu-Tang album. Now he’s taken that vast knowledge of the genre to create “a world where everyone fights…and they’re all fighting for one thing – the Wu Tang weapon.”

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  1. MC Winkel

    Mensch Reensen, Du und RZA?! :)
    (Ich glaube, wenn Du nicht diese HipHop-Scheuklappen hättest, würdest Du den sogar richtig gut finden!)

  2. Rug@dizzer

    Ohne irgendwas mit HipHop am Hut zu haben.

  3. xVx

    Geil, geil, geil!!

    Wu-Tang Clan ain’t nuthing ta f’ wit!

  4. George

    Als ich noch klein war, mochte ich auch HipHop und ich war beeindruckt, als der Wu Tang Caln auf die Bühne trat. Heute habe ich damit nichts mehr am Hut, aber bin ich immer noch sehr von den East meets West Soundtracks von RZA begeistert, wie in Kill Bill, Ghost Dog oder Afro Samurai.

    Ob ich mir das da anschauen werde, muss ich mir allerdings noch überlegen.

  5. mömö

    I like. Sieht nach nem verdammt unterhaltsamen Film aus. Wer braucht Handlung wenn man Kung Fu haben kann.

    P.S.: Jeder Film der im Trailer Musik von John Frusciante verwendet ist es wert gesehen zu werden

  6. CinemAn

    Den würde ich mir auf jeden Fall ansehen.
    Sieht so richtig Old School aus.
    Und RZA ist ein gnialer Musiker.

  7. George

    Ich muss gestehen, dass ich ein bischen enttäuscht war, dass Frusciante (hätte ich nicht erkannt, danke mömö) und nicht RZA aufspielt.

  8. marcel

    Sehr gerne hätte ich mir dieses Video angeschaut, jedoch ist dies lieder nicht möglich, denn es ist offenbar nicht mehr verfügbar. Könnt ihr das bitte nochmals raufladen? wäre toll. Vielen Dank

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