New, Ridiculously Action-Packed U.S. Trailer for Tai Chi Zero


Yuan Xiaochao in Tai Chi Zero (2012) Movie Image

Still not sold on Stephen Fung’s “Tai Chi Zero”? Check out a new U.S. trailer for the film that really packs on the action. The hero, incidentally, has a horn on his head that when poked, turns him into some crazy superhero type fella. That’s kinda nuts right there.

In legendary Chen Village, everyone is a martial arts master, and uses a powerful form of Tai Chi in all aspects of their life. Yang has arrived to try and learn it, only to find that it’s forbidden for the villagers to teach their secret style to an outsider. But when a mysterious man comes to town with a frightening steam-powered machine and plans to build a railroad through a village, the villagers realize they may have no choice but to put their faith in Yang, who has a secret power of his own. With action directed by the legendary Sammo Hung (Ip Man 1 & 2), Tai Chi 0 is a full-on steampunk kung-fu throw down that will knock you out of your seat.

Starring Yuan Xiaochao, Angelababy, Tony Leung Ka Fai, and Shu Qi.

Opening everywhere October 19th, 2012, but you should still check your local listings anyway before running out to your local theater.

Tai Chi Zero (2012) Movie Poster

Via : Apple

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  • Sketchalexander

    can’t wait for this movie!

  • Lexavi80

    Looks fun!

  • Arthur

    “Flying Swords of Dragon Gate”, “Ip Man”, “Bodyguards & Assassins”, Jet Li’s “Fearless” and “House of Flying Daggers” are all good films but there hasn’t been any fun Hong Kong/China martial arts films since “Kung Fu Hustle”, “The Twins Effect” and “Shaolin Soccer”. I haven’t seen “The Sorcerer and the White Snake” and “True Legend” yet. And “Twins Mission”, “The Twins Effect II”, “Dragon Tiger Gate” and “House of Fury” were just ok. Looking forward to “Tai Chi Zero” and “Tai Chi Hero”.