Johnnie Walker Blue Label hired director Joseph Kahn to create an ad, and they got one heck of a finished product, titled "Game Changer." It features Bruce Lee in Hong Kong. Well, CGI Bruce Lee, anyway. As Kahn explains on Vimeo:
Way back when, a young and overeager Jackie Chan found himself in a fight scene with the legendary Bruce Lee in the movie Enter the Dragon. It was the opportunity of a lifetime. Bet he didn't think he'd almost get knocked out by his idol.
Watch the above for the full story, as Chan tells it as part of George Stroumboulopoulos's Best Story Ever series.
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Anyone notice how Bruce Lee sometimes talks like a professional wrestler? No? Anyway, Enter the Dragon technically premiered on August 29, 1973, but with the time difference between there and here, I hope you can allow a certain leeway in the post title. This musical tribute by Melody Sheep, posted on Tuesday, samples from a Bruce Lee interview and the movies Way of the Dragon and Enter the Dragon.