Martial Arts Anthony Wong Chau Sang Martial Arts Roles

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Movies/films with performances by actor/actress Anthony Wong Chau Sang in the Martial arts genre. Starring, supporting, cameo appearances. Alphabetical, sortable by columns.
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Black Mask is a 1996 Hong Kong action film starring Jet Li, Lau Ching-Wan, Karen Mok and Anthony Wong. It was directed by Daniel Lee and produced by Tsui Hark and his production company Film Workshop. In 1999, the film was English-dubbed and released in the US by Artisan Entertainment. The film is based an adapted version of the 1992 manhua Black Mask by Li Chi-Tak. The film was later followed by a sequel, Black Mask 2: City of Masks, in 2002. In homage to The Green Hornet, Black Mask wears a domino mask and chauffeur's cap in the same style as Kato from the series. The Black Mask is even compared to Kato in a news reporter scene. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Jet Li, Dwight Schultz, John DiMaggio, Anthony Wong, Corey Burton, + more

Initial Release: 1996

Directed by: Daniel Lee

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House of Fury is a 2005 Hong Kong martial arts comedy film written and directed by Stephen Fung, who also co-stars in the film, and executive produced by Jackie Chan. The film stars Anthony Wong, Michael Wong and Gillian Chung. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 24 March 2005. House of Fury features a collaboration between Anthony Wong and Michael Wong, reuniting them for the first time since 1998's Beast Cops. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Jon Foo, Daniel Wu, Anthony Wong, Josie Ho, Gillian Chung, + more

Initial Release: 2005

Directed by: Stephen Fung

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The Medallion is a 2003 action-comedy film co-written and directed by Hong Kong filmmaker Gordon Chan, and starring Jackie Chan, Lee Evans, Claire Forlani and Julian Sands. It was much less successful than Chan's other American movies such as the Rush Hour film series, Shanghai Noon and its sequel, Shanghai Knights. Eddie is a Hong Kong police officer who is hired by Interpol to capture a crime lord known as Snakehead, and prevent him from kidnapping a chosen boy with special powers and a medallion that gifts superhuman power and immortality. Much of the film features supernatural and mystical themes, though it is filled with action and comedy. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Jackie Chan, Claire Forlani, Lee Evans, Scott Adkins, John Rhys-Davies, + more

Initial Release: 2003

Directed by: Gordon Chan

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The Storm Riders is a 1998 Hong Kong film based on the manhua series Fung Wan by artist Ma Wing-shing. Directed by Andrew Lau, it starred Ekin Cheng as Wind and Aaron Kwok as Cloud. The plot involves two children, Whispering Wind and Striding Cloud, who become powerful warriors under the evil Lord Conqueror's tutelage. The sequel to the film, titled The Storm Warriors and directed by the Pang brothers, was released in 2009. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Shu Qi, Sonny Chiba, Anthony Wong, Aaron Kwok, Roy Cheung, + more

Initial Release: 1998

Directed by: Andrew Lau

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