Tag Archives: Ang Lee

Ang Lee To Direct Remake Of Sci-Fi Actioner Gemini Man

Some projects just linger on in development hell for ages because no one is able to figure out how to do them. One such example is “Gemini Man”, the sci-fi action TV series that debuted in 1976 and lasted all of one season. One wonders why anyone would bother with a property that barely isContinue Reading

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword Of Destiny Trailer

Donnie Yen and Michelle Yeoh return to this (English language!) sequel to the Chinese martial arts epic, with renowned fight choreographer Yuen Wo-Ping directing…

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon To Get A Sequel

The Western world went gaga over Ang Lee’s “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”. The 2000 martial arts fantasy was to their eyes something they’d seldom seen before. To most of Asia, this was pretty much what we’d grown up on. With some added thematic depth of course, seeing as it was an Ang Lee film. ItContinue Reading

The Value Of Pi

“Life Of Pi” is the latest from that great cinematic chameleon Ang Lee. Could he have given us one of the year’s best films?…

Life Of Pi ‘Flying Fish’ Clip

This 1-minute clip from the highly-anticipated Ang Lee film focuses on a young Indian boy who’s stranded on a lifeboat at sea, and has to compete with a savage tiger for his supper…

Tobey Maguire Part Removed From Life Of Pi

On the list of worst fears for an actor, one of the topmost is getting removed from the film they’re in. Director Terrence Malick is notorious for doing that, and Rachel Weisz was the latest to suffer the indignity from having her entire performance in “To The Wonder” omitted in the final cut. Looks likeContinue Reading

Life Of Pi Trailer

Director Ang Lee is back with an adaptation of the popular fantasy novel, about a Indian boy who gets lost at sea with only a ferocious Bengal tiger for a companion…

First Look! Ang Lee’s Adaptation Of Bestseller Life Of Pi

Ang Lee sure likes to diversify his portfolio. The Taiwanese director has done pretty much everything from English period pieces (“Sense And Sensibility”), to arthouse-flavoured kungfu flicks (“Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”), to superhero blockbusters (“Hulk”). Then there was the gay cowboy film. You know the one. This time, he’s got an adaptation of the veryContinue Reading