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A food deliveryman named Bruce Lee took an errant turn and entered the Lincoln Tunnel on his bike during rush hour.
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by Chase Burns I have no idea who Vikki Yin Lai Miu is but I'm interested in starting a cult that worships her grave. CB Lake View Cemetery is a nice hill that's known for holding Bruce and Brandon Lee's rotting bones. People from all over the world visit these bones so they can gawk and leave knick-knacks for the ghosts and/or squirrels to enjoy. Show More Summary
Nicolas Cage’s facial expressions are some of the many things we love about his unhinged performances. Vampire’s Kiss and Face/Off are definitely top three Cage face movies. Mandy is a contender too. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and Cage stars as a man avenging his girlfriend after they are attacked by an […]
Inspired by this artwork depicting Bruce Lee with lightsaber nunchucks, artist Patrick Nan of San Jose, California decided to add some light-weapons to the karate master's 1972 Fist of Fury. It's a cool effect! (The Awesomer)
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Watching the late, great Bruce Lee take on an opponent is already pretty rewarding, but after seeing this image, Patrick Nan decided to amp things up even more, by adding a lightsaber (and lightsaber nunchucks) to a classic martial arts fight sequence from Fist of Fury.
‘Cooking in America’ heads to Tai Tung to sample beef in oyster sauce Cooking in America is in Seattle for its brand new season, and we’re kicking things off with the iconic Tai Tung — Seattle’s oldest Chinese restaurant. It’s managed...Show More Summary
Inspired by a piece of fan art he saw online, this is a scene from the 1972 Hong Kong martial arts classic Fists Of Fury edited by Youtuber Patrick Nan to put lightsaber nunchucks in the hands of Bruce Lee. And I thought regular lightsabers...Show More Summary
Patrick Nan recreated a scene from Fist of Fury to make it look like Chen Zhen (Bruce Lee) battles Hiroshi Suzuki (Riki Hashimoto), armed with a red lightsaber, with deadly lightsaber nunchucks. Nam was inspired by Ameen Naksewee‘s (a.k.a. “ameeeeba“) amazing illustration, “Bruce Lee Jedi.” image via Ameen Naksewee Les Misérables Performed With an Epic...
When Youtuber Patrick Nan saw an illustration featuring Bruce Lee with lightsabers, he just knew he had to create a similar scene using real footage. The man then took a scene from Fist of Fury (1972) and added a little magic so that Bruce Lee would appear to wield lightsabers Nnunchucks. Show More Summary
Martial arts legend Bruce Lee, sadly, didn't live long enough to turn in even half of the brilliant performances he was capable of, a tragic fact which leaves a lot to the imagination of his fans. Like, what would Bruce Lee have looked like as part of the modern rise of science fiction cinema? More »
Bruce Lee was the most badass martial arts movie star ever. How could you possibly make his moves any cooler? Maybe with a lightsaber! Inspired by a digital artwork by DeviantART member Ameeeeba, Patrick Nan altered a scene from the 1972 movie Fist of Fury to include lasers in dangerous places- like nunchucks. Show More Summary
Bruce Lee is the only person who could wield a Nunchuck Lightsaber without killing himself instantly.
A new fan-made video shows what Fists of Fury would have looked like if the weapons were replaced with Lightsabers.
Here are the notes from the Chris Brogan Media broadcast for 12/28/17. (You can watch this on my Facebook account). The goal of these posts is that there are trends and ideas here that might impact your business now or soon. Think on the stories here and look for ways to adjust your business accordingly. Show More Summary