One of the greatest names to grace the Hollywood and global stage, Bruce Lee, has been immortalised time and again. This time, his entire filmography on the Criterion Collection has been compiled into a massive Blu-ray box set, which will launch on 14 July.
Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits is a massive 7-disc collection that will feature 4K digital restorations of the five films that made Lee a global icon such as Game of Death, The Way of the Dragon, The Big Boss and Fist of Fury. Additionally, there will also be a 2K digital restoration of the rare 99-minute 1973 theatrical version of Enter the Dragon – meaning this is definitely one for the fans.
But that’s not all the box set has to offer, as it features a slew of additional never-before seen content, including various interviews, a Game of Death Redux, which is a rearrangement of the original movie’s footage, as well as audio commentaries on the five films.
Pre-orders for Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits is available now on Amazon for US$124.95.
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