Rush Hour 4 News
ign.com – Jackie Chan screened his new film Chinese Zodiac in London last night, then participated in a Q&A in which the action star discussed his life, career, and reasons for currently not wanting to make any more sequels to the Drunken Master or Rush Hour. While talking to Jonathan Ross as part of the BFI’s Century of Chinese Cinema season, Chan explained that he wants to make films with a positive message, stating that he wasn’t too keen on the morals of the first Drunken Master. 2 years 10 weeks ago via donnieyen
screenrant.com – Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables sold more U.S. tickets than director Simon West’s sequel, but the latter outgrossed its predecessor worldwide (taking in $300 million) and earned stronger reviews. Hence, Expendables 3 is coming; not to mention, a women-on-a-mission flick that unites hot-shot female action stars – like Expendables brings together crusty machismo men, looking for another shot at screen glory – and a direct (comedic?) feminine spinoff titled ExpendaBelles. 3 years 44 weeks ago via jetli
8:05 PM 11/26/2012 by Jeff Giles
Rush Hour 3 faced poisonous word of mouth and weak box office during its 2007 theatrical run, but Chris Tucker still seems to think there's enough demand for a sequel.
latino-review.com – Chris tucker hasn’t exactly been making a lot of movies lately. In fact, I think Silver Linings Playbook may be the first film he’s done that isn’t a Rush Hour films since the franchise started in 1998. He’s getting good reviews for Silver Linings, so let’s hope he starts bringing his talent to more films. 3 years 47 weeks ago via jetli
8:36 PM 7/30/2012 by Binh Ngo
With so many years between sequels, no one can accuse New Line of trying to cash in on the Rush Hour franchise, but a new one is slowly inching our way. Whether or not it'll happen is another matter. In a CraveOnline interview, producer Arthur Sarkissian says he's working on Rush Hour 4 with Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker.
comingsoon.net – It's been five years since Rush Hour 3 last brought together Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker's Lee and Carter, but CraveOnline has learned that another adventure is in the works. They caught up with producer Arthur Sarkissian who says that the sequel is moving forward with the involvement of both stars and that a screenwriter will be brought aboard very soon. 4 years 12 weeks ago via donnieyen
rss.feedsportal.com – But might do it in a decadeAt a Cannes press conference to hype up his latest movie — globe-spanning treasure-hunting caper Chinese Zodiac — Jackie Chan announced that he’s done with bone-crunching action for good, but added, “In the future I’ll still do Karate Kid 2, Rush Hour 4…”This statement, combined with the fact that Rush Hour director Brett Ratner flew into France to help his buddy promote Chinese Zodiac, got us wondering whether the fourquel is actually already underway. 4 years 22 weeks ago via jetli