Dec 26, 2000 · Iron Fist is just one of several Marvel Comics properties now in-development at Artisan Entertainment. ¿ STAX thinks Ray Park is the right man for the job. Related LinksAuthor: Stax. If an Iron Fist movie actually is made some time in the relatively near future, I can't think of anyone who could possibly be better or even close to as good as Ray Park.
Aug 25, 2010 · Almost exactly a year ago, action star Ray Park (Snake Eyes in G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra, Darth Maul in The Phantom Menace) stated that he very much desires to play Iron Fist in his film adaptation, after having been attached to star in the project a decade ago before Marvel got back the rights to the property. In May 2000, Marvel Studios brought Artisan Entertainment to co-finance an Iron Fist film, hiring Ray Park to star and John Turman to write the script in January 2001. Park extensively read the comics Iron Fist had appeared in. Kirk Wong signed to direct in July 2001, with filming set for late 2001/early 2002.Created by: Roy Thomas, Gil Kane.
An Iron Fist film had been in development at Marvel Studios since 2000, originally to be co-financed by Artisan Entertainment. Ray Park was hired to star, but the project went through multiple directors and ultimately did not come to fruition.No. of episodes: 23 (list of episodes). In last week's rundown of "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" actors' connections to comic books, I reminded you that Ray Park once courted the coveted role of Danny Rand in an "Iron Fist" adaptation.
Ray Park was rumored to be Danny Rand/Iron Fist in 2002 after his appearances in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) and X-Men (2000), when there was talk about the possibility to make a movie about the superhero.