Hot off the heels of the blockbuster hit ‘Deadpool 2’ along with helming the upcoming ‘Fast & Furious’ spin-off starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham, action maestro DAVID LEITCH (John Wick) is in talks to direct Bruce Lee’s 1973 martial arts classic ENTER THE DRAGON.

The original movie was Lee’s final film before his death and was a massive hit grossing over $90 million worldwide at its time. It’s also considered one of the greatest martial arts movies of all time and was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress in 2004.

The plot sees a Shaolin martial artist who is summoned by a British intelligence agent to enter a karate tournament on the island owned by the crime lord ‘Han’, who is suspected for using the tournament for drug trafficking and prostitution.

The remake is currently searching for a writer with casting to follow.

Who would you like to step into the shoes of the legendary ‘Bruce Lee’? Comment below and stay tuned!

SOURCE: Deadline



  1. […] “I know the guys who did the John Wick movies, and one of them has gone on to do Hobbes & Shaw. His name is David Leitch and he was a stunt double on one of my movies. These guys, Chad and David, came to my house many years ago and they saw this Bloodsports poster on the wall and you’d think they’d seen a religious icon. And apparently now that they’ve gotten to be these big shots in action movies. The movies they want to do are a reboot of Bloodsport and they also want to do a reboot of Enter the Dragon.” […]


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