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Jackie Chan

I'm NOT Quitting Action Flicks After All

7/17/2012 11:30 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE



The mourning period is officially over -- Jackie Chan assures TMZ he is DEFINITELY not quitting action films, despite telling the press a few weeks ago he was axing his action slate to become "the Asian Robert De Niro."

We remember it like it was yesterday ... but in fact it was in May ... Jackie was promoting his new film -- "Chinese Zodiac" -- when he told reporters "This will be my last action movie."

After two months of imagining a world without Jackie beating people up ... some good news finally emerged last night when TMZ caught up with the martial-arts God outside fancy-schmancy Bouchon in Beverly Hills.

We asked Jackie point-blank about his self-proclaimed retirement and he told us, "Nooooooooo. I still do action movie."

So rest easy folks, there's still hope for "Rush Hour: 20."

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KP    

Good news! His recent movies are departures from his mano a mano movies that are tireless atrractions to his loyal fans. His attempt at producing dramatic movies are I'm afraid quite disappointing. I believe Jackie realizes this and it's good to hear he'll continue with his action movies. He does tend to self-inflate his abilities when I remembered he spent 1 guest segment on Jay Leno singing his rendition of "I Can't Stop Falling In Love with You", which was quite lousy.

826 days ago
17.

khoran    

is he gay and I only say this he kept his hand on that guys shoulder the whole time he was walking. Just asking

826 days ago
18.

john    

only retired people would actually sit through his lame flix

825 days ago
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joseph ndongoli    

i have enjoyed going through registration process, as a new member,hope to exchange ideas, jokes etc with friends and others a like .

825 days ago
20.

big'un    

His movies are corney. Jumping out of a plane onto a moving car onto a bike and on and on. Retire Jackie, please.

825 days ago
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