"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.

Tag Cloud

2016 RT History historical drama NYCC PaleyFest Superheroes Nickelodeon LGBTQ Winners serial killer GIFs Pop Warner Bros. composers sitcom vampires cooking Marathons Martial Arts Star Wars First Look TV Pirates cats Opinion AMC dramedy Countdown TruTV Musical WGN Nat Geo Action 24 frames Trailer SundanceTV Musicals supernatural X-Men Paramount Comedy Central Drama DirecTV Thanksgiving Mary Tyler Moore Fantasy Oscars FOX E! police drama crime drama sports TNT harry potter Ghostbusters Polls and Games war talk show Winter TV Star Trek Year in Review boxoffice PBS TLC Syfy Adult Swim Summer President singing competition Awards FXX Sundance Hulu travel Nominations Super Bowl Animation docudrama Interview Sneak Peek Trivia Country CBS Music 2015 Calendar American Society of Cinematographers technology Video Games Box Office TV Land Esquire Fox News Dark Horse Comics Emmys psycho ESPN BET Masterpiece zombie A&E Podcast Toys Extras Tomatazos TBS Watching Series Comedy comiccon USA Marvel FX 007 VH1 Lifetime Mystery APB cops biography Freeform Horror NBC CBS All Access Kids & Family Ellie Kemper ABC Family CNN GLAAD MSNBC Schedule Logo Character Guide Universal Fall TV crime thriller Disney 2017 Disney Channel CMT 45 social media Election discovery Sci-Fi political drama E3 crime DC Universe Premiere Dates adventure Amazon period drama Crackle Cosplay based on movie Rom-Com Food Network science fiction Cartoon Network Red Carpet Bravo Spring TV Tumblr BBC America IFC Reality what to watch VICE aliens ABC Set visit Photos Certified Fresh BBC Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Starz MTV Rock Teen The CW Showtime thriller Mindy Kaling OWN Writers Guild of America HBO cinemax Biopics Lionsgate Best and Worst Grammys SDCC Netflix ITV diversity Reality Competition Infographic Comic Book The Arrangement Rocky DC Comics TCA 2017 transformers TCM GoT Holidays YA History TIFF El Rey TCA Valentine's Day politics