“Life of Action” Latest News

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In the lead up to the release of my forthcoming book, “Life of Action”, each week I announced a new name from the world of action cinema who is interviewed in the book. The full list is now featured below and comprises a wide range of actors, filmmakers and stunt personnel from the East and West. The book will be released as a paperback and e-book in early 2015, with more info to follow soon.

As for the above image from Ninja: Shadow of a Tear, both star Scott Adkins and director Isaac Florentine feature in “Life of Action”!

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The book features (in no particular order):

Andy Lau (actor, Infernal Affairs I-III, House of Flying Daggers, Detective Dee)

Mike Leeder (producer and casting director, Fearless, Ip Man 2, Pound of Flesh)

Mark Strange (actor and producer, 12, Bodyguard: A New Beginning, The Medallion)

Clement Cheng (writer and director, Gallants, Merry-Go-Round)

David Leitch (stunt coordinator and director, Ninja Assassin, The Mechanic, John Wick)

Yang Ik-june (actor and director, Breathless, The King of Pigs, Our Homeland)

Christian Howard (actor, Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist, Green Street 3)

Chee Keong Cheung (director and producer, 12, Bodyguard: A New Beginning)

Johnny Strong (actor, The Fast and the Furious, Black Hawk Down, Sinners and Saints)

Zara Phythian (actress, 12, The Hike, Alien Uprising)

Don “The Dragon” Wilson (actor, Bloodfist, Ring of Fire, Red Sun Rising)

Tsui Hark (director and producer, Once Upon a Time in China, Detective Dee)

Joey Ansah (actor and director, The Bourne Ultimatum, Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist)

Alan Mak (writer and director, Infernal Affairs I-III, The Lost Bladesman)

Eric Jacobus (stunt coordinator and actor, Death Grip, Mortal Kombat: Legacy)

Richard Norton (actor, Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Stars, City Hunter)

Paul Lazenby (stuntman and actor, This Means War, The Package, Recoil)

Ryoo Seung-wan (director, Arahan, Crying Fist, The City of Violence)

Cynthia Rothrock (actress, Yes Madam, The Magic Crystal, China O’Brien)

Darren Shahlavi (actor, Ip Man 2, Bloodmoon, Mortal Kombat: Legacy)

William Kaufman (director, Sinners and Saints, One in the Chamber)

Donnie Yen (actor, Ip Man, Once Upon a Time in China II, Special ID)

Dolph Lundgren (actor, Rocky IV, Universal Soldier, The Expendables)

Carlos Gallardo (actor and producer, El Mariachi, Desperado)

Sam Hargrave (stunt coordinator, The Hunger Games, The Host)

Rina Takeda (actress, High Kick Girl, Karate Girl, Dead Sushi)

Isaac Florentine (director, Undisputed II & III, Ninja 1 & 2)

Chad Stahelski (stunt coordinator and director, The Expendables, John Wick)

Robin Shou (actor, Mortal Kombat, Beverly Hills Ninja, Death Race)

Jesse V. Johnson (director and stuntman, Charlie Valentine, The Package)

Monique Ganderton (stuntwoman, Iron Man 3, I Robot, Hansel & Gretel)

Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (actor, Mortal Kombat, Memoirs of a Geisha, 47 Ronin)

John Hyams (director, Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, Dragon Eyes)

J.J. Perry (stunt coordinator, Warrior, The Expendables 3, Oldboy)

Scott Adkins (actor, Undisputed II & III, The Expendables 2, Ninja 1 & 2)

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3 thoughts on ““Life of Action” Latest News

  1. Please, try and get Benny “The Jet” Urquidez, Phillip Rhee, and Simon Rhee to do an interview for your book. I think they would be wonderful additions. You have an outstanding list so far! Looking forward to the release!

    • Hey man, unfortunately I don’t have those guys on this occasion but it would be great to interview them in the future. There is a pretty big list already as you said and, to be honest, there are still many others I’d like to have in there. I’m thinking maybe a second volume down the road! 🙂

  2. I read your last interview with Robin Shou and really enjoyed it.

    I found out about his frustrations with Hollywood but it was sad that had a lead role in any movie after Mortal Kombat. I think he is a great martial artist and much better looking then say Jackie Chan. I wish he had done more movies.

    Fortunately, he had a supporting role in Death Race which lead to his character getting a larger roles in the prequels.

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