The transcript below is from the video “Ip Man 4 – The Making of” by SCOTT ADKINS.

SCOTT ADKINS (Official Scott Adkins Website, English actor, producer, screenwriter and marital artist):

Ip Man 4 is an upcoming Hong Kong biographical martial arts film directed by Wilson Yip and produced by Raymond Wong. It is the fourth and final film in the Ip Man film series based on the life of the Wing Chun grandmaster of the same name and features Donnie Yen reprising the role.

Yip Wai Shun (Hong Kong actor, filmmaker and screenwriter, director of Ip Man movie series):

 “Ip Man 4 is mainly a continuation of Ip Man 3.  It does get more difficult when it comes to the fourth film.  A fight must happen for a good reason.  If the fights simply serve as hard entertainment, I don’t think that would make a great film.  A martial artist has a strong sense of justice.  Going beyond keeping his body fit and healthy, he practices with a sense of duty to righteousness, or a sense of duty to the society.  When justice is lost, he will step up and take a stand.”

(Scene from the movie Ip Man series – Donny Yen): 

“That’s enough!”

Donnie Yen (as Ip Man, Hong Kong actor, martial artist, film director, producer, action choreographer, stuntman & multiple-time world Wushu tournament):

“Ba Ye (Mr. Yuen Wo-ping) is a respected senior, a well-celebrated master.  I have absolute faith in his action choreography.  He always comes up with new, original ideas.”

Vanness Wu (as Hartman Wu, Taiwanese-American actor, entertainer, singer, director, and producer):

“Ba Ye has high standards.  He makes sure every shot attains perfection.  He only approves when the best moments are captured.”

Chan Kwok Kwan Danny (as Bruce Lee in Ip Man, Hong Kong actor, dance choreographer, and lead singer of the rock band Poet):

“In terms of angles, atmosphere and scene design, this film offers many surprises.  It’s extraordinary.”

Yuen Woo-ping (Hong Kong martial arts choreographer & film director):

“In this film, Wing Chun battles Tai Chi, Karate, kickboxing and mixed-style.  The action choreography is dazzling for sure.  What Wing Chun moves are used to beat their moves.”

Wu Yue (as Wan Zong Hua in Ip Man, Chinese actor):

“A remarkable sequence is the single-hand battle between Wing Chun and Tai Chi.  This is unprecedented in the previous three Ip Man movies.”

Chris Collins (as Colin Frater in Ip Man, former US Marine based in Hong Kong, actor):

“It is an amazing experience to be a part of because if you follow Yuen Woo-ping and you follow Donnie Yen’s career for so long, you know you realize that hey, you’re working with two legends.”

Scott Adkins (as Barton Geddes in Ip Man, English actor, producer, screenwriter & martial artist):

“There is nothing better than Ip Man at the moment and when it comes to the  martial arts, the speed of which he moves, the Wing Chun-style that he uses – just completely blew me away.”

Donnie Yen (as Ip Man, Hong Kong actor, martial artist, film director, producer, action choreographer, stuntman & multiple-time world Wushu tournament):

“I am quite particular about making the fights highly realistic and that every punch feels like it hits hard.  It often gets pretty ferocious in our combats.”

“The Master returns in a decade spanning franchise.”




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