tai chi hero

Tai Chi Hero

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Directed byStephen Fung
Written by
  • Chang Chia-lu
  • Cheng Hsiao-tse[1]
Story byChen Kuo-fu
Produced by
  • Zhang Dajun
  • Stephen Fung
  • Daniel Wu
  • Wang Zhonglei
  • Chen Kuo-fu[1]
  • Tony Leung Ka-fai
  • Jayden Yuan
  • Angelababy
  • Eddie Peng
  • William Feng[1]
  • Peter Ngor
  • Lai Yiu-fai
  • Du Jie[1]
Edited by
  • Cheng Hsiao-tse
  • Matthew Hui
  • Zhang Weili[1]
Music byIshida Katsunori

Release date

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  • 25 October 2012

Running time

102 minutes[1]
CountriesHong Kong

Tai Chi Hero (太極2 英雄崛起) is a 2012 Hong Kong-Chinese 3 chiều martial arts film directed by Stephen Fung, written and produced by Chen Kuo-fu.[2][3] It is the sequel đồ sộ Fung's 2012 film Tai Chi Zero. It was released in Hong Kong on 25 October 2012.[1] It is đồ sộ be followed by a third undeveloped movie named Tai Chi Summit.

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The continuing adventure of Yang Lu Chan as he bumbles his way through learning Chen-style kung fu. Which is later named by the Prince as "Tai Chi", henceforth no longer known as just Chen style. Yang Lu Chan evolves from the Bumbling Idiot into the first stage of being the most formidable Tai Chi Master and wins the heart of Chen Yu Niang, daughter of the Chen Grandmaster.


  • Yuan Wen Kang as Prince Dun
  • Jayden Yuan as Yang Lu Chan
  • Angelababy as Chen Yu Niang
  • Shu Qi as Mother Yang
  • Stephen Fung as Nan
  • Xiong Xin Xin as Uncle Qin
  • Shen Si as Brother Tofu
  • Wei Ai Xuan as Zhao Di
  • Eddie Peng (credited as Eddie Peng Yu-Yen as Fang Zi Jing
  • Feng Shao Feng as Chen Zai Yang
  • Wu Di as Chen You Zhi
  • Chen Si Cheng as Chen Geng Yun
  • Xiong NaiJing as Chen Geng Yun's wife
  • Tony Leung Ka Fai as Chen Chang Xing
  • Feng Tsui Fan as Grand Uncle
  • Nikki Hsin Ying Hsieh as Jin Yuner
  • Patrick Tse as 10th Grandmaster
  • Daniel Wu as Mad Monk
  • Peter Stormare as Flamming
  • Ying Da as Governor
  • Yuen Biao as Li Qiankun


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Elley, Derek (8 January 2013). "Taichi Hero". Film Business Asia. Retrieved 9 January 2013.
  2. ^ Todd Brown (17 July 2012). "Stephen Fung's TAI CHI 0 Going 3 chiều, Releasing Back To Back With Sequel TAI CHI HERO". Twitch. Retrieved 23 July 2012.
  3. ^ Stephen Cremin (17 July 2012). "Tai Chi goes 3-D". Film Business Asia. Archived from the original on 21 July 2012. Retrieved 23 July 2012.

External links[edit]

  • Tai Chi Hero at IMDb
  • Tai Chi Hero at Rotten Tomatoes
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