For those of us who have seen Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill, it is probably undeniable that the two-part noir tale of feminine revenge best epitomises the oft-used proverb "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned".
For rapper and Wu-Tang Clan leader RZA, though, Tarantino's employment of martial arts in the two iconic films served as inspiration for his own work, which he now unveils -- Man With the Iron Fists, a story of a group of lone warriors who are forced to band together to defeat a common enemy and protect their land.
Featuring a star cast that includes Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu and Byron Mann, RZA pays tribute to the biggest martial arts films in history in Man With the Iron Fists, and stars in it too, as -- as one might guess -- the Man With the Iron Fists.
Man With the Iron Fists opens in Singapore on 28 February. Watch the trailer here:
Director RZA also shares his inspiration for the film in Man With the Iron Fists: A Look Inside, here: