‘Iceman’ on Blu-ray November 11th!

Iceman International martial arts icon Donnie Yen (Ip Man franchise, HeroSpecial ID) brings his trademark action to ICEMAN, debuting on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Nov. 11 from Well Go USA Entertainment. A remake of the 1989 film Iceman Cometh, Yen plays a Ming era warrior who, along with his three traitorous childhood friends, are accidentally buried and kept frozen in time. 400 years later, they are defrosted and continue their battle in modern times where they left off.  


International Marital Arts Icon Donnie Yen Stars with Eva Huang and Wang Baoqiang in Director Law Wing Cheong’s




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Bonus Materials Include “The Making of Iceman

Directed by Law Wing Cheong (Punished, The Wrath of Vajra), ICEMAN also stars Eva Huang (Kung Fu HustleRace to Witch Mountain), Wang Baoqiang (Lost in Thailand), Simon Yam (The ThievesIp Man franchise), Mark Wu (Due West: Our Sex Journey), Gregory Wong (Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen) and Yu Kang (Special ID). Bonus materials include the seven-part featurette “The Making of Iceman,” which takes an in-depth look at the filming of the rooftop sequence and the disco scene, as well as interviews with Donnie Yen, Wang Baoqiang and Eva Huand.


Donnie Yen is a Ming Dynasty palace guard, wrongly accused of murder and hunted by three vengeful brothers. All four are accidentally buried, frozen at the height of battle. 400 years later, they are defrosted and resume their mortal struggle – while also adjusting to modern-day life.

ICEMAN has a runtime of approximately 105 minutes and is rated R for some violence, language and a sexual reference.

For more information, please visit www.wellgousa.com.


Well Go USA Entertainment (www.wellgousa.com) is a theatrical and home entertainment distribution label that specializes in bringing top content, including the best in Action, Genre and Independent films from the US and around the world, to North America, Latin America, Asia, and Europe. As a leader in independent film distribution, Well Go’s titles can be seen across a variety of formats, including theatrical, digital, subscription and cable VOD, packaged media and broadcast television. Well Go currently releases five to eight films per month. Well Go USA Entertainment’s corporate headquarters are in Plano, Texas, with offices in Taiwan and China.



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