Probably not. I don’t think it is possible. Flies fly very quickly, and unless you catch it when it is still, it is almost impossible. Flies have such quick reactions because their touch sense is connected directly to their wing muscles, which means they can take off as soon as they sense something wrong.
Keeping this in consideration, are the moves in Karate Kid real?
The crane kick is a fictionalized version of the Mae tobi geri (Japanese: 前飛蹴). The move was created by Darryl Vidal for the classic film The Karate Kid (1984).
Likewise, did Daniel really catch the fly?
In an attempt to shoot the “catch a fly with chopsticks” scene they actually tied a live fly to a fishing line but that did not work. A few camera angle changes and voila, Daniel catches the fly.
Did Miyamoto Musashi catch flies with chopsticks?
In feudal Japan, Musashi Miyamoto must cofront Kojiro Sasaki on Ganryu Island, but he meets Arale Norimaki, Gatchan and Taro Soramame on the way. Musashi tries to impress Arale and her friends with his talents as a swordsman and his way to catch flies with chopsticks, but he fails miserably.
Daniel picked up a pair of chopsticks and started trying himself, and succeeded, to which Mr. Miagi said “Hmph. Beginner’s Luck.” So, no, Mr. Miagi did not catch a fly with chopsticks, nor had he ever.
AN unhinged man escaped free from his restraints at a psychiatric hospital in China and killed three women with a single chopstick, according to reports Tuesday. … Three of the women died at the scene or soon after.
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When asked how Morita would feel about Cobra Kai, Macchio expressed his belief that the actor would be more than pleased with how it’s turned out: He would love it. … And During his and Macchio’s chat with Esquire, Zabka echoed his co-stars sentiments: He would be having a blast with this.
The proof is in the original movie: Young Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) enters Mr. Miyagi’s (Pat Morita) home and finds him trying to nab a fly by pincering it with chopsticks.