Jackie Chan

Bleeding Steel (Trailer)

Bleeding Steel (Trailer)

Our first look at martial arts master Jackie Chan’s sci-fi action flick, about a policeman on the hunt for a mechanically-augmented villain, and a young girl carrying a bio-chemical invention that everyone wants. Yeah, we just want to see Jackie kick some ass too.

Jackie Chan Jumps over Fences

Jackie Chan Jumps over Fences

Jackie Chan’s new movie The Foreigner comes out very soon, and looks like a wild ride. To celebrate its impending release, editor Jim Casey of The Solomon Society compiled a reel of some of Jackie’s finer moments jumping and climbing over various barriers.

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The Foreigner (Trailer)

The Foreigner (Trailer)

A businessman loses his daughter to a terrorist attack in the UK. Turns out he used to be a soldier (no way!), and starts hounding a British official for information about the terrorists. It’s Taken, but with Jackie Chan. Based on Stephen Leather’s The Chinaman.

Jackie Chan Gets an Oscar

Jackie Chan Gets an Oscar

Jackie Chan deservedly joined the likes of Chuck Jones, Orson Welles, Akira Kurosawa and other film industry greats when he received an honorary Oscar at the 2016 Governors Awards. In his speech, he spoke about his excitement and disbelief at finally having his own Oscar.

Dragon Blade (Trailer)

Dragon Blade (Trailer)

Adrien Brody plays the Roman general Tiberius leading an army to take over the Silk Road. This prompts Roman general Lucius played John Cusack to defect and help the Chinese, led by Jackie Chan and his awesome fireman’s hat.

How to Do Action Comedy

How to Do Action Comedy

Film critic Tony Zhou summarizes Jackie Chan’s nine principles of action comedy. The Charlie Chaplin of action flicks, Jackie combines his fighting skill with considerate filmmaking to create humor and excitement.

Jackie Chan Chopstick Portrait

Jackie Chan Chopstick Portrait

Artist Red Hong Yi not only got the privilege of meeting martial arts master Jackie Chan, she managed to create an incredible portrait of the man using nothing but 64,000 chopsticks, string and wire to bundle them together.

CZ12 (Trailer)

CZ12 (Trailer)

59-year-old Jackie Chan still deals out the blows in his latest flick (released in China last year) – which sends Chan on a mission to recover 12 bronze animal heads of the Chinese zodiac. Haven’t we seen that suit somewhere before?

When Jackie Chan Met Bruce Lee

When Jackie Chan Met Bruce Lee

In the 1970s, Jackie Chan was cast in a very minor role in Enter the Dragon. Like many other extras, he was unintentionally hurt in a fight scene by the insanely fast limbs of the Dragon himself. But Jackie made the most of it.

Chinese Zodiac (Trailer)

Chinese Zodiac (Trailer)

Jackie Chan returns to the big screen to direct, produce and star in what he is saying is his “last big action film,” and from the looks of this early trailer, we won’t be disappointed.

Movie Trailer #2: Karate Kid

Movie Trailer #2: Karate Kid

We’re digging this second trailer for Karate Kid, which makes no attempt to hide its Kung Fu focus; the Jackie Chan-isms and spectacular scenic shots of China don’t hurt, either.

Movie Trailer: Karate Kid

Movie Trailer: Karate Kid

Jackie, Jaden, and jackets replace Miyagi, Daniel, and wax-on, but we’re cautiously optimistic over this first trailer for The Karate Kid; it reboots the 1984 classic and swaps karate for kung fu.

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