Legendary kicks in on ‘Kung Fu’

'70s TV skein comes to the bigscreen

Warners-based Legendary Pictures is bringing “Kung Fu” to the bigscreen after acquiring film rights to the 1970s TV skein from series creator Ed Spielman. Legendary has optioned a screenplay from Spielman and Howard Friedlander, also a writer on the original series.

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