Posts filed under: Ip Man 4

Ip Man 4: How to Write Racism | Video Essay

Ip Man 4 is a strange case where, its greatest sin is that it comes after Ip Man 2. In every way, it is a technically superior film to the... Read More

Top 10 Best Moments from Ip Man 4

For this list, we’re looking at scenes in “Ip Man 4: The Finale” that stuck out for their rousing fight choreography or emotional resonance.... Read More

陳國坤 Danny Chan Worked Hard for “Bruce Lee” in Ip Man 4

Danny Chan is a practitioner of Jeet Kune Do, the martial art created by Bruce Lee, he was chosen to portray Lee in the film series Ip Man 3 and... Read More

[Ip Man 4] Why did Chris Collin’s give up U.S. Army to promote Wing Chun in Hong Kong?

Chris Collins served in the US Marine Corps and is Wing Chun master in Hong Kong. He plays Colin Frater a US Marine Corps Karate coach in Ip Man 4.... Read More

Donnie Yen’s Wing Chun vs. the Grandmaster’s Wooden Dummy | Ip Chun & Wilson Yip Interview

The Kung Fu master travels to the U.S. where his student has upset the local martial arts community by opening a Wing Chun school.... Read More

Scott Adkins & Mark Strange Ip Man 4 UK Premier Q&A

Scott Adkins & Mark Strange discuss the making of Ip Man 4: The Finale at the UK premier at Hackney Picturehouse London.... Read More

Scott Adkins Interview for Ip Man 4: The Finale

Scott talks about his experiences working with Donnie Yen and Yuen Woo Ping in the latest installment of the Ip Man franchise.... Read More

Donnie Yen & Danny Chan Talk Last Ip Man Movie And Bruce Lee

Donnie Yen says goodbye to the final Ip Man film and Danny Chan talks about what he learned from playing Bruce Lee! ... Read More

Donnie Yen: “It would have been refreshing to fight Bruce Lee, but it’s not in the script.”

Hong Kong action star Donnie Yen answered multiple questions from the press during a media interview to promote Ip Man 4: The Finale in Kuala Lumpur.... Read More

Ip Man 4 – The Making of

Ip Man 4 is an upcoming Hong Kong biographical martial arts film directed by Wilson Yip and produced by Raymond Wong. ... Read More