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People Think The “Shang-Chi” Fight Scenes Appear To Be Inspired By Jackie Chan Movies — And That’s Because They Are
An homage to the GOAT himself.
“‘Never Have I Ever’ was really good. If it had come out when I was 15 or 16, it would have been a game-changer. But it’s just pushed to the side because there are teens in it.”
Jackie Chan and Tom Cruise have escaped death SEVERAL times.
Here's looking at you, Michael Cera.
Are you a movie buff or what?
Why do I really want some butter right now?
Bruce Willis was supposed to be Li Shang?
I repeat: NO ONE compares to young James Earl Jones.
"There are no coincidences in this world."
Despite Chan's decades of film experience, the average American moviegoer still doesn't give him the credit he deserves. The Foreigner may just change that.
"I am at that point where I realise that I can use my experience to tell my truths and help others just like me."
Although the martial arts legend is a beloved figure among Asian-Americans, some are slamming the upcoming film’s erasure of Vietnamese people.
Falls du es verpasst hast.
More like Jacutie Chan, amirite?
"Who is Jackie Chan?" Nope. "Who is Bruce Lee?" Sigh.
Life is hard, man.
Jade Chan was living every kid's dream.
Akshay Kumar earns more than Johnny Depp, Daniel Craig, and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Either way you're legendary.
"I've never met anyone so eager to give Beijing a rimjob." On Chinese social media, Jackie Chan is persona non grata.