The initial instantly cult classic film, Kung Fu Hustle, launched on 23 December 2004 in China, is set to finally get a sequel after 15 years. The initial is written and produced by Stephen Chow, and the film will see him at the forefront of the most recent franchise entry, again. After a 95-minute run, the film became the highest-profile of all time in Hong Kong and the highest-profile foreign-language movie in the US in 2005.
The film’s plot is about a poor young man who pretends to be a member of a gang trying to intimidate the occupants of a Chinese ghetto. As the article includes spoilers for the forthcoming season, continue only if you’re happy with it.
What to expect from From new Kung Fu Hustle?
With our let’s hope, we can only hope that Chow will not end up putting the launch of this long-awaited sequel back further fifteen years, even though he had announced the making of the sequel, he was only lingering around the actual announcement of its premiere. While the original film was made in native China, Chow confirmed that Kung Fu Hustle 2 would have an international backdrop, in comparison to most of his movies.
The lively characters of the first part of Kung Fu Hustle contributed to the charm of the show, many of which were more unforgettable than the main characters. Even so, the upcoming sequel will be casting new stars, while leaving alive the chance of casting the returning actors along with the feminine character. In addition to directing, co-writing, and co-producing Kung Fu Hustle, Chow also acted in the film as the lead character, Sing.
This period, Stephen Chow, however, is not going to be part of the series as the leader, he’s still going to play a cameo role. The original film, Kung Fu Hustle, was directed by Stephen Chow, Yuen Wah, Yuen Qiu, Kwok Kuen Chan, and Bruce Leung.
What is the storyline?
Kung Fu Hustle is a Chinese kung fu movie, a satirical spoof, and a special homage to the wuxia genre. While it includes much of the features of a traditional wuxia film, it is salted with such a lot of oversimplifications, serious incidents, and comic strips to make a film worth watching. The second part of the film would be more like a spiritual follow-up to the initial. It’s going to be a remake of the original one instead of only being a continuation.
Will there be a part 2?
Sixteen years after its publication, Stephen Chow has finally announced the release of a sequel to Kung Fu Hustle 2. He said there’s a possibility he might not start in the upcoming movie, because it’s more of a “spiritual follow-up” than a straightforward follow-up, even if he might make a come cameo.