A new kung fu comedy is set to have a double dose of action legends as its directors.

Made in Chinatown is an upcoming martial arts comedy that will star Sopranos stars Tony Sirico and Vincent Pastore along with Alfred Hsing in the lead role of Vinny Chow, who attempts to join the Mafia to get the attention of an Italian girl. The film is said to have some martial arts legends join the cast from Lo Meng and Tak Wah Eng to  Samuel Kwok alongside Eric Kovaleski and Silvio Simac and others.

The duo of Art Camacho and Bobby Samuels will be helming the film, replacing original director Suza Singh. Camacho has years of experience, having worked as PM Entertainment’s top action director, working with the likes of Michael Worth, Don “The Dragon” Wilson, and Gary Daniels to name a few. As for Samuels, he got his start in Hong Kong as a member of both the Hong Kong Stuntman Association and was a primary member of the Sammo Hung Stunt Team.You can see Samuels in films like Police Story III: Super Cop, Don’t Give a Damn, and The Red Wolf along with the 2001 U.S. action thriller Blazin’. Both Samuels and the legendary James Lew serve as the film’s stunt coordinators.

Check out the film’s official website for more information on the film.

H/T: Film Combat Syndicate