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    Looks interesting shincineHas any one got any pics or trailer etc


    Dragon Warrior (working title)
    Release : the year 2004


    In <Dragon Warrior> the legendary martial arts star, Bruce Lee is going to be digitally resurrected to star, his first film since his death more than 28 years ago.

    <Dragon Warrior> has been developed over the last four years and President Shin made every efforts to turn Bruce Lee into a virtual action hero. Korean and Japanese writers are developing the script and plan on widening its appeal to English-language audiences. <Dragon Warrior> will mark the first time a already passed-away celebrity has been brought back to life for a major role in a feature-length film.

    Instead of digitally tweaking old footage of the deceased star, <Dragon Warrior> literally recreate Bruce Lee using computer-generated technology. The computerized Lee will be indistinguishable from the real deal and will be inserted seamlessly into the live-action film.

    Shannon Lee tells Variety, her family warmed to the idea because "we believe in ShinCine&#39;s and Mr. Shin&#39;s enthusiasm and commitment to making a first-rate film."

    Bruce Lee, who became an international martial-arts sensation star in such films as Enter the Dragon, Fists of Fury, before his untimely death at the age of 32, will come back to life in <Dragon Warrior>.

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    I didn&#39;t know about that.

    I can&#39;t wait&#33;&#33;&#33;

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    Well, then they can do it with his son too. Brandon Lee. And maybe they can resurrect John Wayne to make a Western.

    Well, to be honest I think that the whole idea is a little bit too much. I mean, the guy is dead. Let him rest in peace for Christs sake. Aren&#39;t there enough good actors alive to make a movie with? Why do they have to resurrect someone by using CGI?

    Greetz, D&#33;mensio_x.

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    No-one can replace Bruce Lee. No-one can do wot he did and personally, i think it is an honour that they r resurrecting him

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    Thats awesome&#33; I can&#39;t wait.

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