周一在香港国际电影节的一场人头济济的新闻发布会上，功夫明星甄子丹(Donnie Yen)和导演叶伟信(Wilson Yip)介绍了他们的新片《叶问2》。
Kung-fu star Donnie Yen and director Wilson Yip introduced their new film, 'Ip Man 2,' at a packed press conference at the Hong Kong International Film Festival on Monday.
'Ip Man 2,' the follow-up to 2008's 'Ip Man,' follows the life of the 20th-century Chinese martial-arts master by the same name. His students included a young Bruce Lee.
Ip Man, who was born in 1893 in Guangdong province and died in Hong Kong in 1972, is depicted in the movie as a brave and honest man, a loving husband and a devoted father.
'We created a certain image' based on a real person, Mr. Yen said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
'Ip Man is today's standard of a hero because he can fight,' he said. 'But he is also a kind, responsible family man, and that can appeal to all audiences.
Despite the popularity of the first film and the eagerly awaited sequel next month, Mr. Yen said he doesn't expect a third installment. 'I think two is enough for me as an actor and Wilson Yip as a director,' he said.
'We could easily make five more, but we would throw artistic value out the window,' he added. 'I want people to remember what we did for the industry.'