Bruce Lee comes to .. Bradford?!?

Exclusive showing of new Xbox game at Bruce Lee convention

Bruce Lee's Quest Of The Dragon has apparently led him to Yorkshire of all places, as Bradford's Pictureville Cinema will be playing host to a public showing of Vivendi Universal's new Bruce Lee Xbox game. Punters will be able to take the action-adventure yarn for a spin and then see the uncut version of Way Of The Dragon, which is celebrating it's 30th anniversary this year. For those of you having trouble keeping track, that's the one where Bruce Lee goes to Rome to help save a Chinese restaurant from gangsters, and ends up fighting Chuck Norris in a really tacky plywood set that's supposed to be the Colosseum. While this was hardly Bruce's greatest movie, it is quite amusing and the impressive fight scenes are sure to be a hit with any self-respecting martial arts afficionado. All of this is taking place as part of the Bruce Lee Fan Club's UK convention, where you will also be able to buy a wide range of Bruce and Brandon Lee related merchandise (possibly including the game itself, if it comes out on schedule) and see two new documentaries about the man behind the legend, featuring interviews with friends and co-stars. Doors open at 10am on September 1st, and it won't cost you a penny to get in. Ee by gum. Or something. Related Feature - Bruce Lee screenshots

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