“The Martial Arts Kid” to include Karate Legends ’”
Hollywood California: A new movie to include karate and martial arts legends, “The Martial Arts Kid”, will start filming in June and is scheduled to hit theaters in the Summer of 2015.
The film is co-headlined by two martial arts icons — Cynthia Rothrock and Don “the Dragon” Wilson, industry superstars best known for having starred in over 75 action/martial-arts films combined — will play the aunt and uncle of a troubled teen who moves to a beach town in Florida after the death of his mother. They both teach him martial arts as a way to heal and to protect those he cares about.
“Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson, Cynthia Rothrock – and young star Nassim Faras Lahrizi – will explode on screen with never before seen martial arts technics.” Says former World Champion strength athlete, and Founder of the International Sports Hall of Fame Dr. Robert Goldman, who will serve as an Executive Producer.
The teen star has not yet been cast, but other major roles include TJ Storm (“Black Cobra”), as the opposing instructor to the “Kid” and Matthew Ziff (“Six Gun Savior”), as the bully and tormentor of the “Kid”.Filed under: Headlines