Ip Man 3 | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

Ip Man 3 | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

Ip Man 3 | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

RELEASE DATE: April 19, 2016

Well Go USA presents the Blu-ray & DVD for Wilson Yip’s Ip Man 3 (read our review), starring Donnie Yen (Kung Fu Jungle) and Mike Tyson (The Hangover). This highly-anticipated conclusion of the Ip Man saga features fight choreography by the legendary Yuen Woo Ping (Kill Bill Vol. 1, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon).

When a band of brutal gangsters led by a crooked property developer make a play to take over the city, Master Ip (Yen) is forced to take a stand.

Bonus Features Include: Making of Featurette, Interview with Donnie Yen & Mike Tyson and Behind the Scenes.

Ip Man 3 also stars Lyn Hung (Ip Man), Zhang Han (The Taking of Tiger Mountain), Max Zhang (The Grandmaster), Patrick Tam (Purple Storm), Karena Ng (Kung Fu Angels), Kent Cheng (Flash Point), Louis Cheung (Legend is Born – Ip Man), Leung Kar Yan (The Postman Strikes Back) and Danny Chan (Shaolin Soccer) as Bruce Lee. | Watch the trailer.

Pre-order Ip Man 3 from Amazon.com today!

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32 Responses to Ip Man 3 | Blu-ray & DVD (Well Go USA)

  1. ActionJackson says:

    Seems these days in asian cinema when they say they aren’t going to do it, they will. When they say they are going to do it, they aren’t. I’m suprised either way.

    • HKFanatic says:

      I know! Frankly, I’m shocked too. I mean, I’m excited about the prospect of a “Ip Man 3.” But, at the same time, part of me was hoping Donnie would wait a few years, let the hunger for the movie really build among fans, and then make Part 3 when he was a bit older and could portray Ip Man in his elder years.

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  3. ActionJackson says:

    After what Donnie Yen said I had no hope for an IP Man 3. Plus, didn’t IP Man’s family say no more movies about IP Man? Regardless, I am pleasantly suprised, and I think it would be better if Donnie is younger than older so he can still use his martial arts skills with swiftness. The movie process takes a long time so this movie won’t be out for a very long time. Looking forward to seeing him train Bruce. I am bursting with excitement now, and I just hope they make it the best one of the series.

  4. “with special 3D effects incorporated into the fight scenes.” What’s up with this? 3D is cool. but if it turns into cgi city, that would suck. Still good news though. Wonder who they’ll get for Bruce Lee?

  5. ActionJackson says:

    Seems all martial arts directors are going the 3D route since True Legend. It seems they are more interested in the 3D aspect than the choreography aspect and that’s not a good thing at all. Even classic Italian Horror directors like Dario Argento and his new version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula is in 3D it’s suppossed to come out this year.

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  7. ActionJackson says:

    I don’t really need 3D to enjoy any martial arts movie but I’m just glad to say there will be an IP Man 3. Better start getting back in good shape King Yen.

  8. Tony says:

    Ip Man 3 in 3D would be cool in the theater. 2D will do just fine so I don’t care anyway.

    I think Donnie should handle the action choreography for this one. I respect Sammo’s contribution to wing chun onscreen but it’s time to see Donnie do his take on it as he has proved that he can choreograph pretty much any style and make it look great onscreen.

    • HKFanatic says:

      I agree with you. Sammo’s strength as a choreographer is also sometimes his weakness. He’s very imaginative and dreams up wild stuff, but the result is that he usually has to rely on wires. That works for some movies but the first “Ip Man” was more rooted in reality. The wire-assisted moments in IP2 didn’t seem to fit.

      • Nikolai says:

        I’d prefer Sammo. Yuen Woo Ping did that “Chinese Matrix” with “The Grandmasters” and I’m afraid that he has took out the basic elements of the Sammo’s coreography and show us some kind of “ultra scy-fi spooky Wing Chun version” in Ip Man 3. I don’t know. I have my doubts about this last part of franchise. I hope to be very wrong.

  9. ActionJackson says:

    Yes anything to make part 3 better, or perhaps twice as better as Part 2.

  10. pingu305 says:

    Uh this is turning in to the Wong Fei Hung Once Upon a Time in China movies.As long as they dont suck balls and put more old skool shaw actors like Lo Meng and Fung Hak On it’ll be kool.

  11. Terance says:

    Im so glad IP Man 3 is coming love all the IP Man movies 1 and 2 I hope it will be as good as the first one much better than the second

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  13. STDZ says:

    They are stupid if they don’t make it.

  14. Ghost Dragon Triad says:

    They should cast the kid who beat the crap out of Jaden Smith in “Karate Kid” as young Bruce Lee. He had moves.

  15. STDZ says:

    Donnie does have a point, but he should be willing to compromise at times also.

  16. STDZ says:

    YEAH! Finally!

  17. steve says:

    please go fast release i will be waiting …..pls fast release

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  19. Ningen21 says:

    Well, he might still do films, just not the action-oriented stuff.

  20. Mark Shaver says:

    Well Go is planning a day-and-date with HK/China if they can finalize it in time…so it may hit select US cities for Christmas!

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  22. Ningen21 says:

    Might be for the best. It’d come off as cheap as that Game of Death scene in the Jackie Chan City Hunter.

  23. Brian says:

    Everyone in this Has a great history of film making. not sure how casting mike in this timeline makes sense but I’m sure it will be entertaining can’t wait.I wish someone would put Ti lung in a Wing Chun masterpiece since he Trained with famous Master for many Yrs

  24. Brian says:

    SO glad that they deleted the cgi. CGI should only Be used in impossibly dangerous stunts for a few stunts.because it’s to expensive to do well.bad cgi or wires can ruin a movie.

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  26. Alex says:

    Wow, it looks amazing!! I hope it’s as good as the first film of Ip Man *.* Looking forward to watch it!!

  27. L.B. 367 says:

    I can’t wait!, it’s looks awesome!

  28. DougWonnacott says:

    I wonder how many years it will take for this to come out in the UK.

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