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The film debuts in theaters and on demand July 6 The post Bleeding Steel Trailer: Jackie Chan Hunts a Cyborg appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Based on a story from “One Thousand and One Nights” The post Jackie Chan and Constance Wu to Lead Sony Animation’s Wish Dragon appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Self professed Jackie Chan fanboy Edgar Wright, hot off his smash hit “Baby Driver,” sat down with one of his filmmaking heroes for a far ranging conversation covering all things cinema, overcoming insecurity and Chan’s elusive retire…
Local comedy ‘Never Say Die’ outperformed Chan’s STX-backed action thriller, which earned $21.9 million on Saturday and Sunday. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office
While there may be plenty of reasons to scoff, here’s a friendly reminder that whenever you’re ready to dismiss the next movie announcement based on a brand likea “Pez,” “Monopoly” or “Candyland,” there can be exceptions to the rule. An outstanding little animated picture called “The LEGO Movie” was a tooner you sneered at initially too. ‘LEGO’ shouldn’t have worked on paper, but clever filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller proved creative minds could build bricks out of anything by using an imaginative take. Continue reading ‘LEGO Ninjago’: Daddy Issues, Divorce & Kung Fu Fighting [Review] at The Playlist.
If you’re young enough not to remember it directly, you probably have no idea exactly how massive Jackie Chan was in the late 1990s. The action star had been famous in Hong Kong for decades but struggled to break out beyond that when suddenly, a hastily put-together dub by Miramax of Chan’s “Rumble In The Bronx” exploded unexpectedly at the box office. It led to a number of similar hits as well as the absolutely enormous “Rush Hour” series, made in the U.S. Continue reading It’s Jackie Chan Vs. James Bond In New Trailer For ‘The Foreigner’ [Watch] at The Playlist.
Pierce Brosnan also stars in the October 13 release The post Jackie Chan Returns to Kick Ass in New The Foreigner Trailer appeared first on ComingSoon.net.