Well, we're boned.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
All this time, I thought the stories of magic, of faceless henchmen and symbolic elephants in Tony Jaa movies were the just wacky tenets of Thai action films.
This is the French trailer for Tony Jaa's Ong Bak 2, which, after <a href="http://twitchfilm.net/site/view/its-tony-jaa-versus-crocodile-in-the-french-trailer-for-ong-bak-2/" target="_blank">a six-minute trim and some changes</a> to the score, will open in Europe later this month (still no word on a U.
It shouldn't take an expert to tell you a guy wearing a wig, fishnets, and a rope tied around his junk didn't kill himself, but it's still nice to hear.
It was a week ago that David Carradine was found dead in his Bangkok hotel room, and as more details emerge, the circumstances surrounding his death only sound weirder and freakier and kinkier.
(They may have to bring in Oscar De La Hoya as a Hannibal Lecter-type consultant) I'm not going to say the David Carradine story just got weirder, because someone's already mentioned the <a href="http://www.wwtdd.com/2009/06/ninjas-killed-david-carradine/" target="_blank">possibility of ninjas</a>.
Well, that "natural causes" business was sure fun while it lasted, wasn't it.
After the jump, I've got the brand new, English subtitled-trailer for Fireball.
Further proof that the people of Thailand are perverted beyond what you thought possible: a Buddhist temple there <a href="http://www.theoffside.com/leagues/mls/worship-at-the-shrine-of-david-beckham-at-a-buddhist-temple.html" target="_blank">has a shrine in the image of David Beckham</a>:The statue itself is definitely Beckham, sporting his floppy haircut from nearly a decade ago and even with the sponsorship logo Sharp picked out on his chest.