Fistful of Vengeance is now available on Netflix, and it has everything that action fans are looking for. It combines fantasy and violence. Roel Reine’ directed the martial arts fantasy starring Iko Uwais and Lewis Tan. When the actor Lewis Tan took over the Netflix Golden account on Twitter, he shared some behind-the-scenes footage.
Lewis Tan took over Netflix Golden twitter account
Lewis informed his followers on Twitter that he will take over the Twitter account of Netflix Golden on Thursday. He then posted a two-minute BTS video of the movie’s cast practicing for the fight scenes.
In celebration of our films release today I will be taking over the @netflixgolden account from 9-11am PST, hit me up and ask questions, I will post some BTS and chat with you guys 🙂 see you soon !! #FistfulofVengeance @netflix
— Lewis Tan (@TheLewisTan) February 17, 2022
Iko Uwais, Lewis Tan, JuJu Chan, and Pearl Thusi can be seen practicing with their trainers in the video. Lewis Tan mentioned in his tweet that the film has insane action scenes, which are visible in this BTS video as well as the film’s trailers.
Let’s start off big. I’m getting alot of questions about training. This film has some insane action sequences but let me show you how the cast trained for the fights!! Exclusive BTS #FistfulofVengeance @netflix pic.twitter.com/mtkCJJwXBF
— Golden (@netflixgolden) February 17, 2022
Aside from the action sequences, the best aspect of Fistful of Vengeance is its amazing cast of skilled actors who you will be delighted to see on your screens.
Fistful of Vengeance picks up where Wu Assassins left off
Previously, it was unclear whether the film was a continuation of the cancelled series Wu Assassins, but we can now confirm that the film picks up right where the series left off. Although some threads remained unresolved, the main plot of the show, which divided San Francisco chef Kai (Iko Uwais) and his friends against the elemental Wu Lords, ended.
The film begins in Bangkok, Thailand, with Kai, former stolen-car dealer Lu Xin (Tan), and former triad member Tommy (Lawrence Kao) on a new mission for vengeance. Roel Reiné fully commits to the role of creating a film that works both as a series finale and as a stand-alone film for people who are unfamiliar with the series.
This action packed fantasy film is now on Netflix. If you haven’t seen it yet, you should definitely put it on your watch list.