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Official Trailer For ‘Warrior’ Based On The Writings Of Bruce Lee Released
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Cinemax has released an official trailer for Warrior, an upcoming original series based on the writings of the legendary Bruce Lee which is set in the 19th century.

The series is created by Jonathan Tropper, who co-created Banshee for Cinemax. He executive produces through his Tropper Ink Productions, as well. Also executive producing the show is Bruce Lee’s daughter Shannon Lee for Bruce Lee Entertainment, and Justin Lin (Fast & Furious 6, Star Trek Beyond) and Danielle Woodrow (Scorpion, S.W.A.T.) for Perfect Storm Entertainment.

Continue below for more info on Warrior and to check out the official season one trailer.

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‘Warrior’: Cinemax Orders Series Inspired By Idea From Bruce Lee
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Cinemax has given a straight-to-series order for Warrior, a 19th century drama based on an idea from the late martial arts legend Bruce Lee.

President of HBO miniseries and Cinemax programming Kary Antholis made the announcement. The series is created by Jonathan Tropper, who also co-created Cinemax’s Banshee. Executive producing is Tropper through his Tropper Ink Productions, Fast & Furious 6 and Star Trek Beyond director Justin Lin and Danielle Woodrow (Scorpion, S.W.A.T.) for Perfect Storm Entertainment, and Bruce’s daughter Shannon Lee for Bruce Lee Entertainment.

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Book Review: Kid Athletes By David Stabler
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Kid Athletes: True Tales Of Childhood From Sports Legends
Hardcover | Kindle Edition
Written by David Stabler
Illustrated by Doogie Horner
Quirk Books
Release Date: November 17th, 2015

Did you know that Danica Patrick started her racing career in a go-kart? Or that Peyton Manning was a master tango dancer? George “Babe” Ruth got into so much trouble, his parents gave him away. Did you know he grew up in reform school? No? Well these legends were once kids, just like all of us. Some were poor, some were picked on, some were too small or too tall, and some were not believed in. But all overcame their circumstances to become legends, and have quirky little stories of when they were young.

Author David Stabler and illustrator Doogie Horner bring you Kid Athletes: True Tales Of Childhood From Sports Legends, the follow-up to their Kid Presidents.

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Bruce Lee To Be Playable Fighter In ‘EA Sports UFC’ (Video)
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If you’ve been wanting to play as the legendary martial artist Bruce Lee in a video game again, or if you’ve ever wanted to see him throw down in the UFC’s iconic Octagon, well, you, my good sir or madam, are in luck.

Electronic Arts has announced that Bruce Lee will be a playable character in their first UFC game, simply titled EA Sports UFC, and has also released a new trailer for the game including Lee.

You can find out why they chose to include Lee, how they built him (in a game where most of the athletes were scanned in order to achieve the most realistic digital representations possible), how you can gain access to him, and watch the new trailer below.

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Brandon Lee: Remembering The Late ‘Crow’ Star On His Birthday
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Today would have been the 49th birthday of Brandon Lee, martial artist and actor best remembered for being the lead role in The Crow, a film which was marked with tragedy when Lee died of an accidental gunshot wound during filming. Lee was also the son of the legendary monarch of the martial arts, Bruce Lee.

Born on February 1, 1965 in Oakland, CA, Brandon Bruce Lee’s life has been wrapped in a sort of shrouded mysterious enigma ever since his fateful death back on March 31, 1993. Like his father, Brandon Lee died young, under unorthodox circumstances and was also on the precipice of super stardom as an actor and practitioner of the martial arts. That unfortunately never got attained for him and in the wake of his death, Brandon Lee didn’t become the kind of iconic almost mythical figure that his father became in the wake of his passing in 1973, but instead, the younger Lee became a sort of footnote to the whole Hollywood pool of unfortunate, work-related deaths. But make no mistake, Lee was on a path to put himself as a successor to some of the empire his father had built; films like Showdown in Little Tokyo and Rapid Fire were starting to put Lee in the driver’s seat as an action star of these kind of purposely bombastically cinema potboilers, where dialogue and narrative took a back seat to the stunning visuals of the martial arts on screen, and he seemed poised to become the next action star, like a Van Damme or Steven Seagal.

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