The 63-year-old martial arts star from Hong Kong opted for a 125-ft vessel crafted by the Chinese manufacturer Ruiying Yachts.
Jackie Chan has done a lot of stunts during his life. In fact, he's also hurt himself numerous times while attempting stunts, but only one nearly killed him.
"Idle is not one of the speeds in Jackie Chan's gearbox. 'Sometimes I look at some other actors, famous actors,' he says incredulously. 'They're so comfortable! After filming, just holiday! With a girlfriend or the family.' After filming, Jackie tends to an ever-expanding portfolio of business interests, and then he makes more films."
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Jackie Chan returns to Western filmmaking with The Foreigner, an action flick that brings shows off his still-powerful martial-arts chops. The post It’s the Crowd vs. the Critics Over ‘The Foreigner’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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To celebrate The Foreigner releasing in theaters, GQ helped Jackie Chan go undercover on the internet as “ActuallyJackieChan” and respond to people’s real comments on Twitter, reddit, YouTube, Wikipedia, IMDb, Yahoo Answers, and Quora. Show More Summary
For a publicity stunt for his new movie The Foreigner, the lovable Jackie Chan signed up for a bunch of new online accounts under the name "ActuallyJackieChan" and humorously started answering questions from fans. Of course, without verified checkmarks on those accounts, the martial arts actor just looked like someone posing as Jackie Chan. Here's what he wrote on Reddit:
By Rob Hunter It's no franchise-starter, a la Taken, but Chan's "old man gets revenge" flick is a terrific action/drama all the same. The article ‘The Foreigner’ Review: Jackie Chan Connects With the Heart and Other Pressure Points appeared first on Film School Rejects.
The movie is at its best when it's keeping things simple, specifically with the game of cat and mouse that plays out between Pierce Brosnan and Jackie Chan.
"Happy Death Day" topped the charts, but Jackie Chan was this weekend's real winner with "The Foreigner" breaking $100M worldwide. Video provided by Newsy
This week in theaters we have Martin Campbell's "The Foreigner", a very different kind of Jackie Chan action flick, the Blumhouse horror "Happy Death Day", and the biopic... For more, visit our blog !
Jackie Chan critiques a reporter's singing, Sarah Silverman discusses her Hulu show and Jane Goodall talks on the red carpet on Straight Up Hollywood.
I went into The Foreigner expecting it to be a painfully bad Jackie Chan's Taken. Instead it's quite good, the perfect action thriller that you'd stumble across on TNT on a rainy Saturday afternoon while flipping channels and find yourself...
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Jackie Chan in US cinemas, especially as a lead, and I for one, am happy to have him back. Think on it for a moment: Jackie Chan is still one the world’s biggest stars (currently ranking fifth on the...Show More Summary
By Rob Hunter Including 25 to watch via monthly streaming services and an additional 32 you can rent or buy on Amazon! The article 57 Jackie Chan Movies You Can Stream Right Now! appeared first on Film School Rejects.
‘The Foreigner’ Takes audiences on a strange rideI am a big Jackie Chan fan. Many of his films are quite good, but he has made some bad ones too. When I heard of The Foreigner I wasn’t sure if it would be good or not. I was able to see this film early and here… The post ‘The Foreigner’ An Alright film, but by no Means Perfect appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The Foreigner is a good, lean cut of meat—in other words, a typical Martin Campbell movie, expeditious and cold-blooded in its cross-cut, cloak-and-dagger plotting and violence. A bomb explodes into a cloud of black smoke and glass, leaving 12 dead bodies in London’s posh Knightsbridge boutique district and scrambling… Read more...
Jackie’s back in town and it’s nice to see him in something that isn’t so campy. The Foreigner is actually at the other extreme — it’s serious to a fault. Chan plays Quan Ngoc Minh, a Chinese restaurant owner whose wife and two daughters were killed years earlier while escaping ... More »
The turgid revenge thriller "The Foreigner" is an all-around lousy movie. For starters: Jackie Chan, an action star who is struggling to find age-appropriate roles in his sixties, is barely in "The Foreigner," an adaptation of Stephen Leather's source novel. Show More Summary