Mike Moh


Tarantino Responds to Bruce Lee Depiction Criticism in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Tarantino Responds to Bruce Lee Depiction Criticism in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"

The late martial arts icon was played by Mike Moh was seen in a friendly sparring match with the fictional stuntman Cliff Booth played by Brad Pitt[caption id="attachment_1072653" align="aligncenter" width="2000"] Editorial credit: Andrea Raffin / Shutterstock.com[/caption]Detractors argued Lee would never be as arrogant as depicted in the film and wouldn’t trash talk about crippling[...]

Shannon Lee Not a Fan of Bruce Lees Depiction in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Shannon Lee Not a Fan of Bruce Lee's Depiction in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood"

Lee spoke with The Wrap about how uneasy she became when audience's laughed at Tarantino's depiction of her father.“It was really uncomfortable to sit in the theater and listen to people laugh at my father." Lee added it was disheartening to see him that way knowing the struggles he had to endure being treated as an[...]

Fans Call for Mike Moh to Play Marvel Studios Shang-Chi

Fans Call for Mike Moh to Play Marvel Studios' Shang-Chi

After seeing Mike Moh’s astonishing turn as martial arts legend Bruce Lee in the first trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, some fans have greater aspirations trying to get Marvel Studios to cast him as the lead for the upcoming Shang-Chi film.https://youtu.be/Scf8nIJCvs4Shang-Chi, a Chinese martial arts expert and master of kung-fu,[...]

Talking With Karnak Triton And Gorgon Of Marvels Inhumans

Talking With Karnak, Triton, And Gorgon Of Marvel's Inhumans

Marvel has released more red carpet interviews for Marvel's Inhumans and here we have Eme Ikwuakor, who plays Gorgon, Ken Leung, who plays Karnak, and Mike Moh, who plays Triton Each talks about their character and the Royal Family dynamic It's interesting how each of these actors look at their characters and the motivations they[...]

Its Not A Story Just About Ryu And Ken Anymore &#8211 NYCC: Street Fighter Panel

It's Not A Story Just About Ryu And Ken Anymore – NYCC: Street Fighter Panel

A part of the epilogue to the series was shown as well.Joey Ansah, co-creator of the series and playing the role of Akuma, came on stage and introduced the Assassin’s Fist cast: Mike Moh (Ryu), Gaku Space (young Gouki/Akuma) and Akira Koieyama (Gouken) In an entertaining Q&A session they talked about martial arts styles, their[...]