Jackie Chan Talks 4-Minute Stunt Scene In CHINESE ZODIAC

In a recent interview while promoting the launch of his Jackie Chan Maotai Wine, Chan provided an update on the current status of his action adventure film Chinese Zodiac.  So far, the production has wrapped up all filming except save for a major four minute stunt scene that is expected to take two months to finish.  Without giving too much spoiler away, he revealed that it would require a high level of risk comparable to the jump from the Barj Dubai Tower by Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol.  He adds the films will feature his trademark outtakes during the end credits.  On what exactly this set piece entails, I'm sure it will be something jaw-dropping spectacular when given his history as a director who is willing to go to any lengths to achieve his goal.

Frequent film collaborator Frankie Chan, who previously served as co-director in Armour of God II: Operation Condor, also offer some details on the production via Weibo.  He reaffirm that filming is almost complete and that both he and Chan are working on finishing up the editing in post production.  In early April, the production will head to Vanuatu to shoot the live volcano there and then after Vanuatu, the production will head to Latvia to film the last scenes.  The official list of locations include France, China, Taiwan, Vanuatu and Latvia.

The release date is on December 12th in IMAX theaters.
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