He also brought up doing another rush hour. Asked the crowd if they wanted another crowd went crazy and he was like so do I go ask Warner brothers about it. (I think that was the studio,or paramount, I don't remember)
Chris through, I would imagine is an instant yes from the get go.
That being said, I miss seeing Jackie and Chris onscreen together and will be there day one in theaters.
I get what he means though.
But hopefully this one turns out good. Jackie and Chris Tucker are such a fun and iconic duo.
He's been vocal about not doing the Rush Hour movies anymore for years, because he cannot relate to the American comedy on the film.
The Rush Hour films appear to be the only western movies Chan actually enjoys doing, so I'm not surprised he was waiting for a script he liked.
I still dream of that from time to time. Shanghai Knights is said Jackie at one time to be Jackie's favorite American production, and as a long time Jackie Chan fan, long long before Rush Hour was a thing, it's so easy to see why as the action fight choreography and set pieces are a stratosphere above anything in the Rush Hour series.
Hold the phone.
We are still getting the third entry in the Shanghai Noon series.
I've been quite enjoying the Lethal Weapon TV Series. I need another buddy cop series in my life.
He was in Shanghai Knights along with Little Finger
Jet Li's time is up
Time for Donnie Yen to be a bad guy now
It's time for Iko Uwais from the Raid
I was too slow
Donnie and Jackie have fought each other on screen already, Tony Jaa or Iko Uwais would be nice.
(Young Jackie in Wheels on Meals)