"Kung Fu: The Movie" (Finally) Looks to be Moving Forward

by | November 2, 2006 | Comments

Remember that cool old TV show called "Kung Fu"? Nah, you’re probably too young, but hey, there’s a movie version on the way, and it’ll be directed by The Hughes Brothers.

From Variety: "Directors Allen and Albert Hughes will square off in "Kung Fu," the bigscreen adaptation of the 1970s classic TV series for Warner Bros.-based Legendary Pictures.

The Hughes brothers, who blazed onto the scene with "Menace II Society," haven’t helmed a feature since the 2002 Johnny Depp drama "From Hell.""

Click here for the rest of the story. No word yet on if David Carradine will be making a cameo appearance.

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