Sunday, 7 March 2010
Forbes says Jackie Chan is officially a generous man.
Well I could have told you that from his cheery lined face.
 
posted by Justin at 3/07/2010 06:03:00 pm | 35 comments
Thursday, 4 March 2010


Recently, after learning about a girl suffering from lukemia, Jackie sent out a plea over the internets to seek a bone marrow donor. and happily one has now been found. But was there ever really a little girl? Was there ever any lukemia? Or did Jackie just want to consume the bone marrow himself to bolster his already might immune system?

No, but many in Hong Kong may think otherwise after Jackie was voted one of the least trusted celebrities there: 'Jackie Chan least trusted in Hong Kong'

Well they say 'least-trusted' but really he's the 77th most trusted person in the poll, which out of 80 might not be great, but it doesn't mean he's a scoundrel. All 80 of the Hong Kong celebrities seem like pretty good guys to me.
 
posted by Justin at 3/04/2010 11:33:00 am | 5 comments
Tuesday, 31 July 2007
Apparently Chinese authorities reckon that Rush Hour 3 is "fundamentally anti Chinese", but China's film bureau still say that the film has not been banned there, so it might just be cut to shreds in the editing room before it gets released in China.

Honestly that Chris Tucker is just too cheeky for billions of people across the world.

BBC News
 
posted by Justin at 7/31/2007 11:52:00 am | 5 comments
Friday, 13 July 2007
 
posted by Justin at 7/13/2007 02:31:00 pm | 4 comments
So it's been a while, exams took over my life for a little while. But while I was away Jackie has been working as hard as ever. He polished off Rush Hour 3, which is due to come out on August the 10th and starting filming The Forbidden Kingdom with Jet Li. (Fearless Jet's last martial epic? Didn't ever believe that one) And it seems like they're having a lovely time doing it.

Today I finally “fought” with Jet Li. It was as if we were brothers from the same kung fu school; every movement, punch, and kick was smooth – we could anticipate each others' moves, timing, and rhythm. I felt like I used to feel when I fought with Sammo Hung or Yuen Biao. Whether it was eye-contact, a facial expression, or a turn, we were very much in harmony and it was really terrific!


Which gives me pretty high hopes for the film seeing as how well the films with Jackie, Sammo and Yuen Biao turned out. Especially Wheels on Meals and Dragons forever, they are pretty much the perfect mix of comedy and action.



And in the meantime Jackie's restaurant in Hawaii, called Jackie's Kitchen, closed down. Oh well, he's never been the greatest entrepreneur.
 
posted by Justin at 7/13/2007 12:05:00 pm | 4 comments
Saturday, 5 May 2007
 
posted by Justin at 5/05/2007 02:28:00 am | 4 comments
Sunday, 15 April 2007


A clip from Rush Hour 3 was released recently It's part of the scene where Jackie and Chris fight Sun Ming Ming, the seventh tallest man on the planet, standing at an impressive 7' 9". And I'm glad to see Chris Tucker is being as cheeky as ever.

"I'm goin' to hit you in the nuts man, if you don't let me go!"
 
posted by Justin at 4/15/2007 07:31:00 pm | 3 comments