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Martial Arts Action Meets Hip Hop Style In RZA's 'The Man with the Iron Fists'


Here's the Cliffs Notes version: The Man with the Iron Fists marks the directorial debut of Wu-Tang Clan member RZA. It is produced by Quentin Tarantino, co-written by Eli Roth, and stars Russel Crowe, Lucy Liu, and a slew of hip-hop and martial arts movie stars. In short, it will be gratuitous in its violence, stylish in its action and (hopefully) a stunning martial arts flick. We'll have to wait until later this year before reaching a final verdict. My only complaint: I hope they fix that CGI blood effect by final release. It's pretty distracting.

WARNING: The above trailer is in fact a Red Band Trailer (read: The extra naughty version) for an already violent film. It is not intended for children, young audiences, or those with delicate sensibilities.
The Expendables 2 Video Game Detailed, With Screenshots

Cover? We don't need no stinking cover!


Ever since the announcement of The Expendables 2, many gamers have been left to wonder just what the video game version of the cinematic beefcake-fest will look like. Will it be an FPS? Perhaps a third-person shooter? Turn-based strategy? Well the latest Ubisoft press release is here to shed some fiery light on the details of the game. Oh and there's some screenshots there too.

Continue reading to check out the rest of the screenshots.

(via Joystiq)
Martial Arts Actor Spotlight: Dolph Lundgren
Close to two months ago Time magazine featured an interesting list of "Brilliant Classroom Characters: The Top 10 Wicked Smart Actors". While much of the list is worth taking a look at, one name stood out more than others. Dolph Lundgren, whose martial arts action background could inspire jealousy alone, also maintains a shockingly impressive academic background that few people seem to realize.

Continue reading for a brief rundown of some of Mr. Lundgren's more impressive accomplishments both on and off screen.

via (Time Entertainment)
Young Female Martial Arts Student Uses Kung Fu Expertise To Subdue Attackers


The big news in martial arts today didn't have anything to do with top-winning karate champion or the latest mixed martial arts fight. As the above video interview shows, two Washington teens were given a rude awakening when they accosted young kung fu practitioner, Priscilla Dang.

Perhaps the most fascinating element of the story involved how well Priscilla handles the situation mentally. As she describes the events, one gets the sense that she was almost completely aware of her training during the entire exchange. No easy feat given the situation which ultimately culminated in one of the boys brandishing a knife.
Better Memory Through Tai Chi: New Study Connects Brain Health To Ancient Martial Art


If you or someone you love is at high risk for the devastating disease of Alzheimer's a new study may prove some aid in combating the most familiar symptoms.

A recent collaborative undertaking between University of South Florida and Fudan University (Shanghai) discovered marked increases in brain volume as well as memory function in elderly Chinese. What was the contributing factor to the improvement? According to the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, the seniors were on a regiment of Tai Chi classes for three times a week.

Continue reading for more interesting details regarding this unique study, or check out the link below for the full press release.

(Press Realease)

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