Here’s the second official trailer for Ong Bak 3 (a word of warning, the trailer begins with a fairly brutal torture scene):
Looks pretty crazy.
Interestingly, it seems Ong Bak 3 will be delving a bit into the supernatural with what appears to be evil spirits possessing the golden-armored main baddie from Ong Bak 2, as well as the already creepy-looking, black-clad “Crow Ghost” (played by Dan Chupong) from the previous entry in the series.
While Ong Bak 2 wasn’t what I had hoped it would be, this new trailer has me pretty excited to see the story’s conclusion.
You can check out the first full trailer for Ong Bak 3here.
Here’s the new trailer for Tony Jaa’s latest, Ong Bak 3, which debuts in Thailand May 5, 2010:
No word yet on a U.S. release date.
You can check out the teaser trailer here along with some of my thoughts on Ong Bak 2 and other two-part sequels.
Despite being somewhat disappointed by 2008′s Ong Bak 2, I’m still looking forward to seeing this year’s followup; after all, Tony Jaa’s always a lot of fun to watch, even if we have seen his signature “elbow(s) to the top of the head” and “super high jumping double knee to the chest” moves a bajillion times.
Story-wise, it’ll be nice to see Tony Jaa’s Tien go toe-to-toe again with the “Crow Ghost” character (played by Dan Chupong) from the previous installment.