January 29, 2006

Jet Li "Fearless" Trailer

Jet Li says Fearless will be his last martial arts movie, and it looks like a hot one.. directed by Ronnie Yu with action by Yuen Woo-Ping. Seems to be a remake of Bruce Lee's "Fist of Fury" aka The Chinese Connection (the same one Jet and Yuen Woo Ping drew from in "Fist of Legend"). Here's the trailer that's screening in Asia right now:

Posted at January 29, 2006 5:32 PM | TrackBack

yoo this film is hot man Its like ONE OF UR BEST well all ur movies are the best...... i hope u make more movies heyy jet li e-amil me i wanna make a movie with You Thats My dream.....Thanks

Posted by: Beyar at February 14, 2006 11:42 PM

the movie looks great, but it's depressing that fearless is his last martial arts movie. T_T
now it's only jackie chan. XP
Well, that's all I have to say. ^^;

Posted by: Alex at February 15, 2006 4:37 PM

Lol this is not jet's last movie its his last period epic type of movie

Posted by: lol at February 16, 2006 11:03 PM

hi. i just wanna congrats my favorite action star in the whole world Mr. Li for his new movie Fearless.. he did it again......... i wish i could see him because i really admire and idolized him for being so good...........
good luck Mr. Li........ wish u all the best...... my you have more beautiful and more action movies to come............

Posted by: cristina at February 28, 2006 12:49 PM

hi just wanna congrats my favorate action star in the whole world! hope that this is not your last movie.. its so depressing, T_T.... ilove you jet li, i admire you so much!

Posted by: ganda at March 1, 2006 10:03 PM

hi, T_T.. its so depressing. but you what jet li i love you so much, and i admire you for being such a good person.. your one of a kind! god blessed you! my idol! hope to see sonn!! muah!! ilove you!!

Posted by: schatz at March 1, 2006 10:07 PM

A powerful martial arts film. This is a must see movie for any of Jet Li fans. Very entertaining and motivating.

Posted by: Fei Leung at April 24, 2006 1:54 PM

mr.li does martial arts from his heart now if you people wanna be movie stars go do it on your own no one will help you cuz you have to feel what stars have been threw to get this far you know never give up thats what jet li did and bruce lee my legend and everyones legende he pushed his limit untill there was no limit to his potinal you know try try as hard as you want never give up never never but people will never listen now jet li u have to understand he has a wife and a doughter he can't all ways be a star you know and doing movies he has to see his family now you people only care about money what ever not jet li your trying to get him to right you back well mabey it will happen mabey not jet li is a pro he knows what his doing he has trained all his life he is a master now you see if jet li wasnt famous or didnt have money you wouldnt care would you hey man jet li good luck man hope you live and die in peace respect :D

Posted by: JB at May 21, 2006 12:49 PM

Jet Li has been my favorite asian action star for 20 years, I hope his new direction proves to be as good as his past.Can't wait to see Fearless.

Posted by: paul evans at June 11, 2006 7:41 AM

Jet Li is the king of all martial arts,
Bruce Lee & Jackie Chan are good but Jet Li is the real King!
can you imagine a fight between Jet Li & Bruce Lee? how long would it last!!!
I want to see it again & again

Posted by: Madkelt at June 25, 2006 8:06 AM

you can compare them, bruce lee was a very agressive yet technical and powerfull fighter he knew all about technique also mentally he knew how to beat his opponents and he was always(as a teenager) involved in streetfights so, i think he could beat jet li , but not easy

Posted by: dave ten at July 6, 2006 6:42 PM

First of all guys you should all learn some basic grammar lessons. Second, while Jet Li is my favorite martial arts expert too, it is clear that Bruce Lee would have stomped him. No one stand up to Bruce Lee. Finally, there's no way Jet Li will really quit will he? That is way to sad!

Posted by: Spencer at July 13, 2006 1:51 PM

...and Spencer needs to learn some basic spelling and grammar lessons... "No one stands up to Bruce Lee. Finally, there's no way Jet Li will really quit, will he? That is way too sad!

Posted by: Will at July 18, 2006 10:25 PM

u guys are pussies

Posted by: Cromax at July 19, 2006 7:38 AM

Jet Li is still at the top of my martial artist list, with "Fist of Legend" being my personal favorite among many great films. i can't wait to see "Fearless"; and sincerely hope it is not his last martial-arts movie (and doubt it will be). No offense to Mr. (or Master) Li, but I'm more excited about seeing Tony Jaa in "the Protector". Jaa has yet to give into the sway of wires, CG and other "post-Matrix" trickery in his films. while Li has used such effects well in telling legendary tales, i feel a greater thrill knowing the action is *real*. Jaa moves at least as fast as his predecessors and has spent much time learning nearly-lost moves from elder masters that haven't been seen for many years. His timing is impeccable, as if he were to miss one motion, he'd be hurt or dead.

Chan, of course, is a legend, and due uttmost respect for his agility and use of environment.

I expect a lot of flack for this next statement, but Bruce Lee was a fake. He was nothing more than an actor, not a true master. Jeet-Kun-Do my Arse. Bruce was never a true master of martial arts, he just practiced the choreography enough to make it look good on film. He is 4th on my list behind Jet, Tony, and Jackie.

The real dream is to see the yet-living legends (Li, Chan and Jaa) work together on a film; be they friends or enemies onscreen, it would be amazing to see them perform together in the same film. For me it is hard to claim a favorite out of the three, but Tony Jaa keeps me rewinding and slow-motioning his sequences more than any other, over and over again. God has blessed them all with talent beyond written word; even beyond human thought. Bless them all, thank them all, appreciate and cherish them all. However, in an age where computers can make Keanu Reaves *appear* to move like any of these masters, I must give most present respect to Tony Jaa. I look forward to both Li and Jaa's new films and will judge them fairly.

-Animus Pugna

Posted by: Unicronix at September 1, 2006 1:43 AM

*addendum*- when i refer to Jet Li's "legendary tales", i refer to his awe-inspiring interpratations of *mythology* (hence the ability to leap incredible distances, "fly" from tree to tree, land on swords, etc. these are part of the cultures mythology of heroes, not based in pure fact nor bound by realistic human limits. This is where Jaa technically bests him compared to Li's more recent works, as Jaa continues to push the boundries of what a truly human master can do with his body/mind within the bounds of reality. I appreciate Li's mythological/artistic works, but would like to see him return to true form in the future.

Posted by: Unicronix at September 1, 2006 1:54 AM

first of all, bruce lee started the whole thing and pave the way for everyone else. he basically revolutionalized fight scenes in action movies. even jackie chan was his stunt double at one time. jet li is a true student of the shaolin temple before he got into movies he was a buddist monk.

i think that every generation has their martial arts hero. and with special effects, it only gets better. one thing i always wanted to see is a kung fu master going up against a fighter in UFC.

Posted by: dude lee at September 22, 2006 3:25 AM

Jet your are the best kung fu actor master since Bruce. Please dont stop making kung fu movies.

Posted by: BIG DUDE at September 22, 2006 7:31 PM