Ip Man star Donnie Yen says goodbye to gongfu movies

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Action superstar Donnie Yen talks about his latest movie, Ip Man: The Final Chapter. While he closes the chapter on a beloved character, he is not walking away from action movies as some have reported.
Donnie Yen (left) fighting Chinese actor Wu Yue (right) in a still for Ip Man 4: The Finale. PHOTO: SHAW ORGANISATION
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SINGAPORE - Hong Kong action star Donnie Yen may have said that Ip Man 4: The Finale is his last gongfu film, but the Ip Man star assures fans that he will continue to throw punches and kicks on-screen.

"If I stop doing action films, I might as well quit. I specialise in action movies," says the 56-year-old who was in town on Tuesday (Dec 10) to promote the movie, which opens in Singapore on Dec 20.

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