Rush Hour 4 is happening, according to Jackie Chan

Rush Hour 4 is happening, according to Jackie Chan

Rush Hour 4 is happening, according to Jackie Chan

In a recent appearance on Power 106's The Cruz Show, Chan confirmed that the fourth instalment in the highly successful (and hilarious!) franchise should be on its way by next year. The film followed Chan and Tucker as two detectives from different countries who had to work together on an global case. Jackie Chan has spoken to Power 106's The Cruz Show about how hard it has been to get the fourth instalment off the ground.

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Cementing himself as a comedic sidekick, Tucker's star surged from his co-starring role in 1995's Friday and took off into the space with 1997's The Fifth Element, before bottling buddy cop lightning alongside Chan in 1998's original Rush Hour and its two sequels. "For the last seven years, we've been turning down the script, turning down the script", he says in the video above around the 2:30 mark.

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. "No, Karate Men.' They're taller than me now!"

But then Chan said something that will surely make his fans happy, "Rush Hour you can do any time..."

"A few years ago, Karate Kid". Next year, probably start. "Rush Hour, you can do anytime", he said. Chan really wants to do a fourth movie before they both get too old. But now Jackie Chan, who played Lee in the first three movies, is calling on Chris Tucker, his screen partner, to sign on for Rush Hour 4, with a deal recently agreed to add to the existing trilogy. Some series should be left alone and we believe Rush Hour is one of those.

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