Teaser Trailer Tsui Hark’s The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate


There’s nothing quite like waking up in the morning to a brand new teaser trailer for legendary director Tsui Hark’s upcoming martial arts epic “The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate”, which, from what I understand, is the world’s first 3D Wu Xia flick. And while the latter doesn’t impress me that much, I am pretty freaking excited to see Hark and Jet Li teaming up once again for something awesome. Instead of going on and on about a subject you’ve heard plenty about in the past, I’ll simply refer you to the embedded trailer and leave you to it.

“The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate” opens in China this December.

Source: Twitch

The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2011) Movie Poster

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  • http://www.grifiti.com Tin Hoang

    Hopefully this thing doesn’t take 5 years go get here after Magnet picks it up for distribution.

    Maybe we’ll see a box set with both of his Dragon Gates together.

    On a side note: It didn’t take long for Jet Li to make a period costume wu xia picture after announcing he would do any more! When Tsui Hark or Zang Yimou comes calling, guess you have to strap on the swords one last time.

  • AQ

    well good morning, check this out. Someone recorded The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate trailer (not teaser).. i believe the trailer was intended for 3D viewing..


  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

    Yes please!!!


    Was this actually filmed with 3D cameras? or just post-conversion? Pity I probably won’t be able to see this on the big screen in 3D. We’ll have to wait at least 1.5 years after its release date to be on the big screens here (Canada) and by then I’ll already have seen it on Blu-Ray haha. Actually I’ll even be lucky if it even screens at my city undubbed with subtitles.