"Enter the Dragon" Re-Released in Theaters to Honor Bruce Lee's 50th Anniversary
2024/02/16

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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bruce Lee's passing, select theaters worldwide are re-releasing his iconic 1973 film "Enter the Dragon," restored in 4K. The martial arts legend, celebrated globally, left an indelible legacy, with the movie grossing over $2 billion adjusted for inflation. In Seattle, where Lee spent his formative years, his memory is cherished. Lee's influence is evident in the Jun Fan Gung Fu Institute, which he founded, and his favorite restaurant in the city's Chinatown International District. His grave, alongside his son Brandon Lee's, remains a pilgrimage site at Lake View Cemetery.

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Seattle's Wing Luke Museum houses a permanent collection, including personal artifacts and Lee's extensive book collection. Joel Barraquiel Tan, the museum's executive director, highlights Lee's enduring spirit, felt through the collection. Meanwhile, Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee, announced the upcoming animated series "House Of Lee," inspired by her father's legendary quotes. The re-release of "Enter the Dragon" in 650 theaters nationwide, accompanied by the "House of Lee" trailer, pays homage to Bruce Lee's timeless influence.

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