Enter the Dragon is arguably one of the greatest – if not the greatest – martial arts movie of all. It cemented Bruce Lee's iconic and immortal status as a master of those arts, in no small part because it was released in 1973 after his untimely – and still disputed in causedeath in the Hong Kong home of actress Betty Ting, 45 years ago this July 20.

The official cause was cerebral edema (swelling of the brain from excessive fluid build-up) caused by hypersensitivity to the pain killing tranquilizer drug Equagesic in the 32-year-old Lee. Like Elvis, Jim Morrison, Marilyn Monroe, and Jimi Hendrix (to name but a few). The death of such a talented young entertainer stirred their greatest fans, and at times caused them to drift into conspiracy theories over the object of their adoration's death.

Enter the Dragon was such a huge hit after its release that it did much to spur an explosion in martial arts studios and classes opening in the US, in addition to many imitators.

David Leitch – in addition to Deadpool 2 – helmed Atomic Blonde with Charlize Theron.

Not much else is known about the new Enter the Dragon as of now. We will update as we hear more. For now, enjoy the trailer for the 1973 original below.