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Urban Action Showcase 2014: Interview With Demetrius Angelo

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Urban Action Showcase is an event to showcase action and martial arts to the world. The events are presented by Action Scene Combat (Asc) Productions, a production company which was founded in 2000 by Demetrius Angelo. Demetrius worked on movies and tv shows, not only as a fight choreographer, but also as an actor and director. Some of them include S.E.A.L.S Domestic Warfare (TV series), 3 X Harder: My Man’s and ‘Em and more. Demetrius also has a great background in Martial Arts, studying in styles such as Western Boxing, Chinese Boxing, Kobudo and many more.

Past events have brought many stars which include Michael jai White (Blood And Bone), Robert Samuels (Dont Give A Damn), Kelly Hu (Martial Law), Fred “The Hammer” Williamson, Ron Van Clief and many more great stars. Urban Action also brings you workshops to get involved with,
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David S. Goyer To Tackle Live-Action Hellsing

For many American anime fans, after a likely introduction to the genre from series such as Dragon Ball Z, Bleach, Naruto and/or Sailor Moon, you stumble across the darker and more adult titles such as Hellsing. Hirano's 1997 manga series is ultra-violent and definitely not for the faint of heart. Probably best described as a mixture of Hellboy and Blade to unfamiliar genre enthusiasts, writer & director David S. Goyer (Man of Steel, Batman Begins, Godzilla) will be helming the independent adaptation which features a script from Asim Ahmad (rumored to be playing Michael Morbius in The Amazing Spider-Man sequel) who will also be portraying Alucard. Jake Sharp (All My Children) will be portraying Father Anderson, Daniel Bernhardt (Bloodsport 2, The Matrix Reloaded) will be portraying Walter and Swedish singer Ana Johnsson will be portraying Integra Hellsing. Expect some recognizable names from the action genre to cameo. Filming
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Screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen talks Bloodsport 2, the B-13 remake, and a crazy almost version of The Karate Kid III

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Screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen is known for a particular type of movie. Having written all of the Transporter, Taken and Karate Kid films as well as Lethal Weapon 3, The Fifth Element, Kamen knows a little something about action flicks. He recently sat down with Crave Online and discussed projects that are happening and some that never saw the light of day. On Bloodsport 2 and whether Van Damme will make an appearance: This film resembles the original in title only. It has nothing to do with...
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Creature – Review

I remember once when I was driving over the Louisiana swamps on this long bridge, I happened to notice a little house in the middle. If you stare long enough in the swamps, you’re bound to see something, even if it’s your imagination messing with you. But who would want to live there? Swamp people are weird and damn scary. It’s quaint thinking of the voodoo and gators of Louisiana, which is the jumping off point for Creature, an aptly named creature feature debut from Fred Andrews. While it doesn’t hit the insanity of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, it feels like a true student of the old Roger Corman way of things in B-movies, a notion he’s lost in the trenches of CGI and Syfy. Creature is a non-stop boobs and blood ride that creature feature fanatics will love.

The nature of modern creature features
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Interview: Director Fred Andrews talks about his monster flick Creature

Let’s face it horror fans: we want and rarely get classic rubber monster movies now days. CG has changed the game, but for the better? Occasionally, we get some glimmer of hope in films like Dylan Dog: Dead of Night and Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, and maybe in the upcoming prequel The Thing, but our wishes will soon be granted by director Fred Andrews in his debut, Creature.

In the back country of Louisiana, a group of friends unearth a terrible secret that unleashes a monster from the depths of the swamp.

Starring Sig Haig (The Devil’s Rejects), Daniel Bernhardt (Bloodsport 2), Serinda Swan, Mehcad Brooks, and Rebekah Kennedy (Season of the Witch), Creature is arriving in theaters soon, and Killer Film catches up with director Fred Andrews for a chat about the film, the monster, and making an icon.

Jon: In 2009, you started working on a graphic novel called Blood is Blood,
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Van Damme Rejects Stallone, Considers Bloodsport 2

According to Total Film, when Sylvester Stallone was assembling his team of kick-ass action stars for The Expendables, he asked Jean-Claude Van Damme to join the fight. Apparently Jcvd turned down the part because Sly was more about the money than the characters.

“Stallone gave me a part in his next movie,” Jean-Claude told Total Film. “But I ask him about the subject, about the story. He said, ‘You’re gonna make lots of money.’ I don’t want to hear that, I want to hear what was my character. He was unable to tell what it’s going to be. [Stallone said:] ‘You know, uh, well, the fighting will be good.’ [So I said:] ‘Sly, what is my character?’ So I didn’t do the movie.”

The movie moved on without him, casting Mickey Rourke, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Forest Whitaker, Dolph Lundgren, and of course Stallone.

At first it seemed Jean-Claude had turned over a new leaf.
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Van Damme Wants Bloodsport 2

Hot off the heels of Van Damme’s indy success story Jcvd, the muscles from Brussels is trying to get a true sequel to his first hit Bloodsport greenlit.

From AintItCool -

Jean-Claude Van Damme has confirmed to totalfilm.com that he is working on Bloodsport 2, a true sequel to his first hit movie.

“You know, like, we’re gonna do Bloodsport 2,” he told us in a recent interview. “Which was my first movie. And I want to do it now in a very mature way, where the guy from Bloodsport is a complete bum, maybe abusing his son.”

The original Bloodsport spawned three follow-ups, but Jean-Claude was connected to none of them.

Despite the recent success of latest movie Jcvd, Van Damme is encountering some resistance from the studio.

“They told me, ‘No, no, no! You cannot make a movie in America where a father is abusing his son physically!
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Van Damme is a Child Abusing Bum in Bloodsport 2?

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Yes, if Jean-Claude Van Damme has his way, oh and yes, really, Bloodsport 2...

{sidebar id=1}So I guess if he's a bum we won't be seeing any "splits across the ropes" poses huh?

Ah well, Jean Claude had this to say to Totalfilm.com,

Â.You know, like, weÂ.re gonna do Bloodsport 2," he told us in a recent interview. "Which was my first movie. And I want to do it now in a very mature way, where the guy from Bloodsport is a complete bum, maybe abusing his son."

The original Bloodsport spawned three follow-ups, but Jean-Claude was connected to none of them.

Despite the recent success of latest movie Jcvd, Van Damme is encountering some resistance from the studio.

Â.They told me, Â.No, no, no!  You cannot make a movie in America where a father is abusing his son physically! ItÂ.s wrong."

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Van Damme to make another Bloodsport

Jean-Claude Van Damme is said to be looking to bring a sequel to one of his early movies Bloodsport to the big-screen.

The Muscles From Brussels told Total Film magazine in the UK:

"We're gonna do 'Bloodsport 2,' which was my first movie," he said. "And I want to do it now in a very mature way, where the guy from Bloodsport is a complete bum, maybe abusing his son."
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Van Damme Wants More 'Bloodsport'

Bloodsport 2? Yep.

Jean-Claude Van Damme managed to get through an interview without hitting on the journalist , and confirmed to Total Film that a sequel is imminent. Now, perhaps you're well-versed on all things Bloodsport, and you remember that there were already sequels. Ah, yes, that's true, but none of them starred Jcvd. And he wants to get it done the right way.

“We’re gonna do Bloodsport 2, which was my first movie. And I want to do it now in a very mature way, where the guy from Bloodsport is a complete bum, maybe abusing his son," offers Van Damme.

Two things: Bloodsport wasn't his first movie. I thought it was No Retreat, No Surrender, but there are a few things earlier that that. His first movie was actually Monaco Forever, in which he played Gay Karate Man. Tough to live that one down.
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Jean-Claude Van Damme Wants to do "Bloodsport 2"

First of, if you guys haven't seen "Jcvd" yet, what are you waiting for? It's actually a good film, with Van Damme poking fun at his celebrity stature.

Now, Jcvd has confirmed to our friends at totalfilm.com that he is working on "Bloodsport 2," and he is calling it a True sequel, not the other wannabe sequels namely "Bloodsport 2," "Bloodsport 3," and "Bloodsport: The Dark Kumite."

It is of interest to note that Van Damme wasn't part of any of those sequels!

The actor further says:

.You know, like, we.re gonna do Bloodsport 2...which was my first movie. And I want to do it now in a very mature way, where the guy from Bloodsport is a complete bum, maybe abusing his son."

Hhhhmmmm...a darker take? A mature angle? Wow, I just may see this one If studios agree, but...

.They told me, .No,
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Van Damme To Resurrect Bloodsport

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Van Damme To Resurrect Bloodsport
Hollywood hard-man Jean-claude Van Damme is to reprise his role in cult martial arts movie Bloodsport - over twenty years after its original release. The 48-year-old actor confirmed he is working on Bloodsport 2, a follow-up to the 1988 hit which launched him to stardom.

The original film, in which Van Damme's Frank Dux won a deadly fighting tournament, spawned two straight-to-video sequels - yet Van Damme was attached to neither.

And the Timecop star wants to make the new movie a deeper affair.

He tells Total Film, "You know, like, we’re gonna do Bloodsport 2, which was my first movie. And I want to do it now in a very mature way, where the guy from Bloodsport is a complete bum, maybe abusing his son."

Van Damme is making Bloodsport 2

Jean-Claude Van Damme has confirmed to totalfilm.com that he is working on Bloodsport 2, a true sequel to his first hit movie. “You know, like, we’re gonna do Bloodsport 2," he told us in a recent interview. "Which was my first movie. And I want to do it now in a very mature way, where the guy from Bloodsport is a complete bum, maybe abusing his son." The original Bloodsport spawned three follow-ups, but Jean-Claude was connected to none of them. Studio Hesitant Despite the recent success of latest movie...

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