Synopsis: Killer legs follows a budding action film star and martial artist Alex Wraith as he trains to break the world’s fastest kick set by his hero Bruce Lee, and we learn more about how Bruce Lee changed the way we watch and enjoy martial arts films.
Nathan McCoy is a personal practitioner of the Bujinkan Kamiyama style of Ninjutsu, as well as having trained in Tae Kwon do, Goshin Jujutsu, and Northern Praying Mantis. He has studied writings of many past and current masters and historians of varying arts with a leaning toward historical significance and application as it pertains to modern uses and ideals. Nathan McCoy has also had extensive schooling in film and television from Los Angeles Film School, KD Acting Conservatory, and Arts Institute of California (Santa Monica), as well as having worked for 18 years in the film industry in many capacities and writing many screenplays for future development. Currently, Nathan works as a post-production producer and digital image technician for New Kind of Crazy Productions in association with Estevez Sheen Productions (owned by Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez).
Bianca Bree grew up in the film industry watching her father, martial artist/actor Jean-Claude Van Damme perform on sets all over the world and is extremely athletic due to her mother, ex-bodybuilder and Miss Olympia fitness competitor Gladys Portugues. Apart from her current positions as an Executive Producer and former Associate Porducer for her father’s films, Bianca was once a competing figure skater and speed skater intent on competing in the Olympic games. A traumatizing back injury left her unable to compete but her current passion for film and athletic achievement lured her to work on this documentary; without her help and expertise, this documentary would not have been possible.