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Win a Copy of Wu Dang on Blu-ray [Ended]

We have three (3) copies of Well Go USA Entertainment’s Wu Dang on Blu-ray Disc available and now’s the chance for three lucky readers of Blu-rayDefinition to win one of those copies! See below for further details on this title, on how to enter, and read our review here.

WU DANG

Wenzhuo Zhao, Yang Mi and Fan Siu-Wong Star
in Director Patrick Leung’s Action-Packed Martial Arts Adventure Tale Debuting on Blu-ray®, DVD and Digital December 4th

Bonus Materials Include a Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
and Deleted / Extended Scenes

PLANO, TEXAS.  (October 16, 2012) –  Wenzhuo Zhao (Sacrifice, True Legend), Mi Yang (Painted Skin: The Resurrection) and Siu-Wong Fan (Flying Swords of Dragon Gate) star in Director Patrick Leung’s (Blade of Kings) thrilling action-adventure film WU DANG, debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital December 4th from Well Go USA Entertainment. With action choreography by Corey Yuen (Shaolin), WU DANG is a high-flying, fresh look at the wire-fighting martial arts epics of the past, with a new twist: WU DANG is the first film to examine the art of Wu Dang Kung Fu, and the mysticism of Ying Yang. Bonus materials include a behind-the-scenes featurette and deleted/extended scenes.

Synopsis:
There is a rumor:  secret treasures hide in Wu Dang mountain. In the early days of Republican China, an American man – greedy for gold and hungry for riches – brings his daughter, a prodigy in martial arts, to compete for a championship title in kung fu combat, while planning to find and steal the riches for himself.  It won’t be easy. Fierce competition, dedicated protectors, and unexpected romance block the path to the Wu Dang fortune, and when the true nature of the prize is discovered – everything you know about martial arts will change forever.

Bonus Features Include:
§  Behind-the-Scenes Featurette
§  Deleted / Extended Scenes
§  Trailer

WU DANG has a runtime of approximately 101 minutes and is not rated.

Ends December 4, 2012 @ 3:00 P.M. ET

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