Jackie Chan’s ‘Chinese Zodiac’ 2012 – Official Trailer released kingofkungfu May 21, 2012 Hong Kong/Chinese Movie Trailers, Trailers We at Asian Movie Pulse are proud to post the official trailer for Jackie Chan’s latest action adventure Chinese Zodiac. The trailer was shown at The Cannes festival where Chan spoken about himself not getting any younger and he cant perform stunts and fight scenes like he used to do, but gives it is all in this movie. 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. I have been waiting a long time to see this and i am not disappointed, this will be Jackie’s last major action movie, so let’s all sit back and enjoy the true master of Asian cinema. The movie itself is not released until December 2012, but if you cant wait that long, then watch this trailer. Source:Wikipedia http://profiles.google.com/sibtiger33 Brian Stewart I’m spotting alot of Wirework… Yep hes geting too old kingofkungfu Yeah i expected wires to be fair, 58 years old. But as long as it’s a great movie, it wont bother me. Cant wait. kingofkungfu I cant wait for this movie, always like this when Jackie releases a new one, but knowing it’s going to be his final big action movie makes me want to watch it even more. Hulk’s Jazz Guitar This trailer looks fantastic. A return to classic Chan! I can tell Brett Ratner didn’t have his dirty – hack job -Hollywood – hands anywhere near this! As long as this film delivers on the fight scenes then I will be happy. The last good fight scene Chan had in his current age range were those fight scenes from “New Police Story.” So I hope we see deal of great fight scenes. tow snake How is the Jackie Chan movie of 2012 in December?