Jackie Chan has affirmed that Rush Hour 4 is coming back soon, however it's all reliant on whether Chris Tucker returns for another cut of amigo cop activity.
The match collaborated for three movies in the vicinity of 1998 and 2007, with Chan playing Chief Inspector Lee, a straightforward Hong Kong cop who reluctantly unites with astute breaking LAPD Detective James Carter (Tucker).
However, while it's currently been a long time since the third film was discharged, it appears like a fourth film is presently nearer than any time in recent memory.
Uncovering all in a meeting with US radio station Power 106, Chan stated: "A couple of years back, Karate Kid. There should be a Karate Kid 2 yet the content isn't right. Quite a long while later they need to do it and I say, 'regardless you need to do Karate Kid? No, Karate Men.' They're taller than me now!"
He included: "Rush Hour you can do whenever… Next year!"
Chan additionally explained, and asserted that he had acknowledged a content for the fourth film prior this week.
"Throughout the previous seven years, we've been turning down the content, turning down the content. Recently, we simply concurred", he said.
And keeping in mind that he asserts that the film could start shooting as right on time as one year from now, he additionally said that it's reliant on "if Chris Tucker concurs".