Chris Tucker finally confirmed Wednesday that he and Jackie Chan are already working on Rush Hour 4 already nicknamed 'Grumpy Old Rush Hour'. Last year, Jackie Chan spoke about a possible Rush Hour 4, saying that it's likely to happen.
"There was supposed to be a "Karate Kid 2" but the script isn't right". No, Karate Men.' They're taller than me now!
"For the last seven years, we've been turning down the script, turning down the script", he said during an appearance on The Cruz Show.
Beyond that, details are scant, with production rumored to begin in 2018, a year in which Tucker will turn 47 and Chan an astounding 64, raising some very real concerns about the dad-joke-to-karate-kick ratio.
The honorary Oscar victor (born Chan Kong-sang) told Power 106 LA's The Cruz Show back on October 5: "Yesterday, we just agreed". Next year, probably start.
He said: "It's not about money!"
Two late-'90s action classics get a modern-day makeover thanks to amusing or Die, who posted a new movie parody titled, confusingly enough, Rush Hour 4: Face/Off 2. It's about time to make, otherwise...
Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker started making audiences laugh with the Rush Hour films back in 1998. "Before we get old, I tell Chris Tucker, before we get old, please do the Rush Hour 4". "We're trying to get it going, so we're developing something, so hopefully we'll get something in".
The SAG Award nominee is back as LAPD Detective James Carter and the Chinese 63-year-old returns as Detective Inspector Lee of the Hong Kong Police Force for the amusing four-quel penned by original screenwriter Ross LaManna.