Chinese Zodiac is the latest offering from the legend that is Jackie Chan. Here we have a few videos showing Jackie behind the scenes of the movie, we hope you enjoy them. There is also a video from someone’s phone catching Jackie greeting the fans.

It is the sequel to the 1991 film Armour of God II: Operation Condor, in which Jackie will reprise his role as Asian Hawk. The movie tells about Asian Hawk bringing back the bronze head statues of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals, which were sacked by the French and British armies from the imperial Summer Palace in Beijing in 1860.

A major fight scene of the action movie cost 70 million yuan, or more than 10 million U.S. dollars.

From April 18 to May 2, Jackie Chan has visited Jelgava, Latvia to make some acrobatic scenes for movie at the “Aerodium” vertical wind tunnel.Filming also took place in France, China, Taiwan and Vanuatu.

Release Date:December 2012.

Original Trailer:

Jackie Chan as Asian Hawk
Cary Woodworth as Jonathan
Vincent Sze as Michael
Laura Weissbecker
Oliver Platt
Kwon Sang-woo
Pierre Bourdaud
Yao Xingtong
Ken Lo
Caitlin Dechelle
Kenny G
Zheng Wei
Bo-Yee Poon


About The Author

Hi my name is Justyn Hughes, I have been involved or watched martial art kung fu movies most my life. I started muay thai when i was around 4-5 years old for ten years. I became a fan of kung fu flicks after watching prodigal Son in the mid 90's and that blew me away. Some of my favorite stars are: Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, lam Ching Ying, Lau Kar Leung, Ti Lung, David Chiang, Chen Kuan Tai and many more. King Of Kung Fu (Justyn Hughes) Favorite movie: The prodigal Son

5 Responses

  1. Terri Busby

    thank you so much for this updated news and video on our beloved Jackie Chan . I really enjoyed all you shared and I also shared your page on Facebook and Twitter <3

  2. kingofkungfu

    Thanks a lot, appreciate it. Yes great to see Jackie being a humble guy, chatting to fans ect. I cant wait for this movie. 

  3. Xino

    you know when making movies.
    do all the wires gets edited out single handedly in editing room?
    or is there a software  that automatically removes wires on detection?


    • Tiger33

      I don’t believe it’s an automatic process. I believe it’s scene by scene


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