Men's Health

Enter the Next Dragon

THE FIRST TIME

Mike Moh met Quentin Tarantino, they were crammed into a small room inside a Los Angeles casting office. Moh was in the second round of auditions for the role of Bruce Lee inOnce Upon a Time… in Hollywood (out July 26). After watching Moh deliver his lines, Tarantino pounced. “Let’s get you up on your feet,” he said.

Moh stood up and found himself toe-to-toe with the Academy Award–winning director, not knowing what to expect. “So here’s what I’m thinking for the fight,” said Tarantino, who then spent the next five minutes taking Moh through the Hong Kong–style martial-arts moves he’d picked up from a lifetime of watching kung fu movies. Moh labored to

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