Academy Award- winning director Ang Lee has actually teased producing something “new” with his upcoming Bruce Lee biopic. But he will not be tinkering the frame rate this time around. Speaking with Discussing Film, Lee exposed that he will make every effort to do something various with the action that will be on display screen. An method that will be needed when informing the story of an icon of Bruce Lee’s stature.

“I’m not going to with this movie. But I’m going to bring something new to the action and the way to do action. But no, I don’t break the frame rate this time that way. With 120fps you’re really challenging viewers’ habits and the industry because history is built for the 24 frames. So that’s a holistic ecosystem of the movie world. Someday we’ll create something new, but not with this movie. I’m going to break some other rules though, like Bruce Lee would do.”

While he keeps his vision for the Bruce Lee action near his chest, the filmmaker does state that the job will not be shot in 120fps like his 2 previous trips Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk and the Will Smith actionerGemini Man The outcomes of which have actually drawn a blended action.

Ang Lee’s Bruce Lee biopic was initially revealed at the end of in 2015, with the director, who is best understood for the similarity Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, The Ice Storm, Hulk, and Brokeback Mountain, describing why he was drawn to informing the story of the martial arts legend. “Accepted as neither completely American nor completely Chinese, Bruce Lee was a bridge in between East and West who presented Chinese Kung Fu to the world, a researcher of battle and a renowned carrying out artist who transformed both the martial arts and action movie theater,” Lee stated in declaration at the time. “I feel compelled to tell the story of this brilliant, unique human being who yearned for belonging, possessed tremendous power in a 135-pound-frame, and who, through tireless hard work, made impossible dreams into reality.”

Ang Lee Congratulates Michelle Yeoh for Her First Oscar Nomination

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Aside from exposing information of his Bruce Lee biopic, Ang Lee likewise went over the success of his 2000 Oscar winner Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, congratulating star Michelle Yeoh for her very first Academy Award nod for her efficiency in the absurdist action-drama-comedy, Everything Everywhere All atOnce A film that Lee felt permitted Yeoh to actually shine.

“Yeah! I was one of the pushing hands for her. I’m very proud of it because Crouching Tiger was one of the earliest parts of her career where was doing serious acting and also being an action hero. [Everything Everywhere All At Once] really made her shine, I thought that must be like the peak, the culmination of her career. I’m just so happy for her. She’s one of the most determined people I know, hardworking, soulful, and earnest. We’ve remained great friends. I couldn’t be more happy for what Asian Americans can do these days. It took a while, but they shine each year. So wonderful.”

The Ang Lee Bruce Lee biopic will star Ang Lee’s kid, The Hangover Part II and Limbo star Mason Lee, asBruce Lee The job does not yet have a release date.