Donnie Yen is Fighting Jackie Chan in ‘Ip Man 4’

Donnie Yen is Fighting Jackie Chan in ‘Ip Man 4’

July 12, 2018
A fight scene between Donnie Yen and Jackie Chan will reportedly be the highlight of
In a Weibo post in June, lead star Yen announced that the movie completed filming scenes in China, although he was unable to celebrate with the cast and crew over other commitments.
“Ip Man 4” completes filming in China. Image via Weibo / 甄子丹
The actor confirmed the film in 2017 and shared the first look in April.
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“Ip Man 4” follows Bruce Lee’s arrival in the United States with hopes of opening his own martial arts school, which turned out to be challenging when he offends locals.
Ip Man (Yen), who comes to Lee’s aid, then earns the locals’ respect and helps lay the foundations of kung fu in America.
Image via Instagram / donnieyenofficial
According to Chinese entertainment outlet, the film’s biggest highlight is Yen’s fight scene with Chan, who plays “a respected Big Brother in Chinatown.”
Directed by Wilson Yip, “Ip Man 4” also includes Scott Akins and Vanness Wu in the cast, both newcomers to the film series.
Are you excited for “Ip Man 4”?
Featured Images: Ip Man (Left), Instagram / eyeofjackiechan (Right)
      Carl Samson

      Carl Samson is a Senior Editor for NextShark




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