According to Jackie, he prepared long enough for “Chinese Zodiac” and he guaranteed that the fans will enjoy the film’s unique mix of action and comedy. “I just love doiing the movie. I’ve been preparing this for almost seven years. And I spent one and a half years to travel in eight countries and five continents just to make it,” said Jackie, who was the film’s lead star, writer, producer and director.
Known for performing the dangerous stunts in his movies, the the 58-year-old Asian superstar shared that it was his decision to make “Chinese Zodiac” his last action movie. “I want to let the audience know that this is my last big action movie. I don’t like to die on the set. I want to continue filming,” said Jackie. “Maybe on my next movie, I don’t have to roll over, jump over the building, or jump off the car. I want to try drama or be casted in a love story”
From by Star Cinema, “Chinese Zodiac” tells the story of an adventurer and treasure hunter named JC (Jackie) who travels the world to search for and retrieve all the stolen bronze heads of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
“Chinese Zodiac” also stars Oliver Platt, Laura Weissbecker, Liao Fan, Yao Xing Tong, Zhang Lan Xin, and Korean heartthrob Kwon Sang-woo.
Don’t miss Jackie’s last action movie, “Chinese Zodiac,” to hit cinemas nationwide on January 30, 2013.