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Jackie Chan hopes to shoot 'Rush Hour 4' next year

Jackie Chan hopes to shoot 'Rush Hour 4' next year”

A poster of Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker's "Rush Hour". The filming could start as early as next year, but there's a catch. "The script probably at the end of this month will have a second draft and next year, [we'll] probably start", Chan added.

Jackie Chan fans, rejoice!

Revealing all in an interview with USA radio station Power 106, Chan said: "A few years ago, Karate Kid". The Rush Hour series helped propel Chan's popularity in North America. Who's Chris Tucker? You don't want to see me, I forget you. "No, Karate Men.' They're taller than me now!" Rush Hour, you can do any time. "If, Chris Tucker agrees". It's about [having the] time to make. A fourth Rush Hour movie should before Chan gets too old to do all of his own action scenes. Tucker, back in 2012 weighed in about the possibility of doing a fourth movie, revealing it was being looked into.

The first Rush Hour was released in 1998, followed by Rush Hour 2 in 2001 and Rush Hour 3 six years later.

In 2015, Chris revealed that he was meeting Jackie to come up with ideas for a follow-up, and the 63-year-old confirmed during a radio interview with Power 106's The Cruz Show on Thursday that the script is in a good place and he hopes Chris will be able to shoot next year.

However, keep in mind that Chan, Tucker and the film's writer, Jeff Nathanson, director, Brett Ratner, and producer, Arthur Sarkissian, have been teasing us for years.

A still from Hollywood action comedy film Skiptrace directed by Renny Harlin.



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