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The one thing Jackie Chan is afraid of…
November 22nd, 2017 under Conan O'Brien, Jackie Chan. [ Comments: none ]

When you think of Jackie Chan, you think he so brave that he is not afraid of anything. Turns out there is one thing that scares him and he told Conan O’Brien it is getting a shot. In fact, he told a story how he ran away from a nurse who was trying to give him one after he got bit by a dog. He runs towards danger, but runs away from a needle. Which I cannot blame him because they hurt.

You know what, he needs to do a movie where he is constantly being chased by doctors who are trying to give him a shot. They can call it Shot in the Dark or Take Your Best Shot.


Jackie Chan and his month old twins!!!
August 17th, 2010 under Jackie Chan, Movie Star Gossip. [ Comments: none ]

Jackie Chan Tweeted this awwwwdorable picture and said, “Happy 1 month birthday to my babies, LA & ZY Chan!” I didn’t think that Jackie Chan could get any cuter but seeing him with those stuffed panda bears, I just want to squeeze his cheeks! LA and ZY are lucky to have him as a daddy! I wonder if they will be in his next movie?


Karate Kid’s Daniel-son is now Dre-son
May 6th, 2009 under Jackie Chan, Stupid Sequels/Remakes. [ Comments: 4 ]

Moviehole was (un)lucky enough to get their hands on the sh!tty details of the movie that claims to be a remake of The Karate Kid with Ralph Macchio.

Sherry is offered a transfer to China. Considering the U.S office is about to lay off everyone, it’s really her only choice; especially since nobody else at the office has been offered a transfer. With her young son Dre (Jaden Smith) in tow, the single-mother makes Beijing her new home. Needless to say, not knowing Chinese, and experiencing a bit of culture shock, they both find it a little hard to settle in – – Dre especially.
Like Daniel Larusso in the original film, Dre (who, unlike Larusso, is a skateboarding video-game buff) immediately catches the attention of the local bullies – in particular, Lui Wei Cheng. And before too long, Dre is going home with bruises (he tries to hide a black-eye under a cap by pulling it as far down his face as he can) and whining about wanting to return to the states.
Dre’s enrolled into a strict Beijing Middle School. His first day there is a bit of a shambles – the assistant principal spots his bruises, and assumes he’s been fighting (which, of course, they don’t accept under any circumstances), and he turns up in a school uniform, something he didn’t have to wear that day (there’s only certain days when a uniform is required).
The Mr Myiagi character is actually named Mr. Han (Jackie Chan). He’s the maintenance man of the apartment lock that Sherry and Dre have moved into, and meets the new residents when he’s called over to fix their hot water service. From the bathroom, Han spots Dre practicing martial-arts kicks (unsuccessfully) in front of a video-game, and catches his black eye. Later, of course, he’ll agree to teach him – both martial-arts and the Chinese language (so he can impress his mother by haggling over apples).
The ‘John Kreese’ character – the character played by Martin Kove in the original film – is Li Quan Ha, the owner of the Fighting dragon school of Kung-Fu. One visit to the school – in which Li Quan terrorizes his students (who range from the age of 3 onwards), namely Lui Wei Cheng – and Dre is immediately put off.
Oh, and yes, there’s a love interest – someone mother wants Dre to bring home for dinner.
“The film has a similar tone to the original movie”, I’m told. “There are a lot of funny lines – mainly delivered by Jackie Chan. It is actually a good script though, very good in fact. It’s different enough to be considered its own beast too”.

Will Smith needs to give up that this piece of crap he created for his son Jaden is anyway related to the original The Karate Kid. Seriously I pray this movie goes straight-to-DVD because it really deserves to go straight-to-the-trash.
On that note, here is something positive…According to CinemaBlend Robert Rodriguez’s Barbarella with his fiancee Rose McGowan is officially dead!!! One remake down, many many more to go!!!

UPDATE: I just figured out why the character’s name is Dre it is short for Dreadful which this movie is going to be!


Jackie Chan as Mr Miyagi?
January 14th, 2009 under Jackie Chan, Stupid Sequels/Remakes. [ Comments: 6 ]

(photo from WireImage)
Jackie Chan is very close to teaching Jaden Smith how to wax on wax off in the new Karate Kid movie according to The Hollywood Reporter. While I think his casting is a good move, I stilll think the movie is a bad idea. It doesn't really sound like the original, so I just don't understand why they don't just do it as a karate movie instead of clinging on to the Karate Kid name.

What a blockbuster! Jackie Chan and Jet Li to do a movie together!!!
October 31st, 2006 under Jackie Chan, Movies. [ Comments: none ]

Let the fight begin. Jackie Chan and Jet Li will star together for the first time in a $70 million family pic that Relativity Media will finance and Casey Silver produces. Robert Minkoff will direct, while martial arts expert Yuen Woo-Ping ("The Master") will create the action sequences. Shooting is set for April. Film is one of two new big-budget projects that Relativity — backed by hedge fund money — will be offering to buyers at the American Film Market, which unspools Wednesday in Santa Monica. The second is Brian De Palma’s $70 million prequel "The Untouchables: Capone Rising," which Paramount will distribute domestically. Both films will be repped at AFM by Mario Kassar’s Magnetik Media, which also will be selling Relativity’s previously announced Russell Crowe-Christian Bale starrer "3:10 to Yuma," which James Mangold is shooting. Chan-Li starrer, known as the untitled J&J project, has been rumored for some time, but Relativity, headed by Ryan Kavanaugh, boarded only recently. John Fusco script is based on the legend of the monkey king and his quest to achieve immortality. Li is set to play two roles, that of the monkey king and the silent monk. Chan will play the monk T’sa-Ho. The two martial-arts masters have long said they would like to appear together in a film and fight each other.


This movie is going to be hot, if it is done right! I just love Jackie Chan!


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