Jackie Chan revealed he is in talks for a "Rush Hour 4."The legendary martial arts star made the announcement at the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where he spoke about his upcoming projects and 60-year film career in front of a a crowd of adoring fans who regularly interrupted the talks to shout out questions, congratulate him on his honorary Oscar and ask him to sing. (He was happy to oblige with a quick burst of...
JC Group International
Chan made his name in martial-arts films in his native Hong Kong before establishing himself in Hollywood with 1995’s “Rumble in the Bronx” and then achieving global attention in the wildly popular “Rush Hour” franchise. His rep for performing his own jaw-dropping stunts helped him to become one of the world’s most bankable action stars. Chan’s next film, “Ride On,” sees him play a washed-up stuntman who, along with his horse, becomes an overnight media sensation when his real-life fight with debt collectors goes viral. The film is directed by leading Chinese filmmaker Larry Yang, known for 2019’s “Adoring.” As a far more complete filmmaker than is widely appreciated — co-directing, producing and acting in films altogether — Chan was given an honorary Oscar in 2017.