Jackie Chan is at long last giving activity comic drama film fans what they need: another keep running at “Rush Hour.” Jackie Chan on Thursday in L.A. based radio station said that “Rush Hour 4” is at present in progress and could begin shooting one year from now. Yet, there’s one noteworthy issue that may keep the film down. Chan said that Chris Tucker, who plays the LAPD analyst who wisecracks inverse Jackie Chan Hong Kong cop, still needs to sign on.
“It’s about time to make ― otherwise in ‘Rush Hour 4,’ we’ll all be old men,” Chan told the hosts of “The Cruz Show.” “I tell Chris Tucker, ‘Before we get old, please!’” Chan didn’t let the producers off that easy either. He said that it took most of a decade to nail down the right script for a third sequel. “For the last seven years, we’ve been turning down the script, turning down the script,” Chan said. “Yesterday, we just agreed.”
While Jackie Chan seemed eager to repeat his part in the trick loaded arrangement, the veteran performer said he needs to investigate more genuine acting and a more extensive scope of characters. His featuring part in the new activity show movie “The Foreigner” is a stage toward that path. “All these years I received these scripts from Hollywood and around the world,” Chan explained. “Police from Hong Kong, police from China, CIA from Hong Kong, CIA from China.”
Host J Cruz inquire, “Were you worried about being typecasted?” “Yes, because action star life is very short,” Chan said. Artists who don’t perform martial arts in every role, “like Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman,” he said, “they act forever.”
“I’m getting old, I cannot fight anymore. Cannot do any stunts,” he said. “At that time, I change my character too late.” At the end of the day, “Rush Hour 4” might be the last time we see Chan and Tucker as Detective Inspector Lee and Detective James Carter roundhouse kicking their way into funny misfortunes. HuffPost has connected with Tucker’s illustrative for input and will refresh this story in the event that he reacts.