Sean Stone and Bianca Van Damme’s [daughter of JCVD] new martial arts comedy feature “Fury of the Fist and the Golden Fleece” hits theaters in the US on May 25, 2018.
The film tells the story about the Fist (Sean Stone) who found a mystical gold fleece jacket, and became the biggest adult movie star of the 1970s. But in the ’80s, he founds himself on the cusp of eviction from a run-down apartment, having lost his gold fleece and his mojo with it.
The action evolves when a local street thug named Superfly (Tiny Lister) enters the diner where Fist works, robbing his customers. Fist and friends fight back. And thus begins a wild adventure, as Superfly’s bosses come to collect from Fist, sending him on a journey that unravels a conspiracy to sell meat pumped full of estrogen to emasculate men. As Fist faces off against the Superboss (Michael Dudikoff), he finds his long lost mojo, and ultimately, his gold fleece jacket.
The film hits theaters in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and other markets in conjunction with a worldwide VOD release. It was written by Sean Stone and Alexander Wraith, and directed by Alexander Wraith. The producers are Stone, Patrick and Judy Durham, Peter Antico, Gary Williams and Natalie Gal.
“In politically divisive times, sometimes a joke can be the most important thing to make. We’re very proud that Comedy Dynamics is taking a risk with an anti-PC movie that will hopefully leave everyone slightly offended, and laughing out loud,” said Stone.
The film Features cameo appearances from Danny Trejo, Tommy Davidson, Bill Goldberg, Richard Grieco, Don “The Dragon” Wilson and many others in the martial arts community. The list includes Cynthia Rothrock, Ernie Reyes Jr (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2), Taimak (Last Dragon), Judo Gene Lebell, Gokor Chivichyan, Michael Dudikoff (American Ninja), Simon Rhee (Best of the Best), Don Frye (UFC hall of Fame), Rigan Machado, Benny the Jet Urquidez, Victor Ortiz and Dave Lea.
“As a huge fan of comedy and martial arts, getting in business with this film was a no-fister,” said Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of Comedy Dynamics.