Rob Cohen Will Bring Bruce Lee Back to Life

by | November 22, 2006 | Comments

A few months ago we learned that director Rob Cohen was working on a movie ("Rage and Fury") that would "feature" Bruce Lee in some fashion or another. And since Mr. Lee has been deceased for quite some time, a lot of us were curious to see what "feature" actually meant. And now we know.

From Mr. Cohen himself, as sent to Latino Review: "The big headline is that I am NOT using clips from the film; I am creating an entirely photo-realistic Bruce Lee with new, advanced digital technlogy. Digital Domain who did "XXX" and "Stealth" with me are on it big time. We are in the vfx development stage.

This will be the first digital actor and I am very excited about the challenge."

Click here for the rest of the article, and I’ll leave it to you to decide precisely HOW tacky this movie idea is. I say quite a lot.

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