Wu-Tang Clan head, the RZA, will officially make his directorial debut this Friday (November 2) with the release of martial arts/action flick, The Man With the Iron Fists. But, he’s not stopping there. He already has two other films lined up.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, RZA is set to helm John Milius’ biopic on Genghis Khan, the historic leader of Mongol Empire in the early 1200s; and an action thriller called No Man’s Land.
The Genghis Khan biopic has apparently been in the works for years, with Milius originally slated to direct. He is,however, credited as the writer and executive producer. The story will be told from the point of view of Khan’s son and grandson, and will be shot in China next year.
Meanwhile, No Man’s Land takes place on one night and will focus on “a man who steals a powerful criminal’s diamond that soon proves to be far more valuable than initially thought. With the help of a dancer, he attempts to stay alive and cash in on the jewel.”