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Bruce Lee’s daughter is producing a TV series based on his writings

The show will be set in San Francisco’s Chinatown where Lee was born. It will revolve around the story of a young martial arts prodigy.

tv Updated: Sep 06, 2016 14:46 IST
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The show will be set in San Francisco’s Chinatown where Lee was born. It will revolve around the story of a young martial arts prodigy.
The show will be set in San Francisco’s Chinatown where Lee was born. It will revolve around the story of a young martial arts prodigy.

Bruce Lee’s creation entitled Warrior will soon be turned into a TV series.

Lee, who died at the age of 32 in 1973, left behind some handwritten notes that were later discovered by his 47-year-old daughter, Shannon Lee who thought of weaving it into reality, reported FemaleFirst.

The show will be set in San Francisco’s Chinatown where Lee was born. It will revolve around the story of a young martial arts prodigy.

Lee once developed a script for a movie, The Silent Flute, which was made into Richard Moore’s film Circle of Iron five years after Lee’s death.

The cast has yet to be decided but the show will be developed by Justin Lin and Jonathan Tropper.

Shannon will serve as a producer to the project under Bruce Lee Entertainment.

Warrior is not the first creation that the Big Boss star left behind.

He once developed a script for a movie, The Silent Flute, which was made into Richard Moore’s film Circle of Iron five years after Lee’s death.

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