Thursday, December 15, 2011

Teaser Trailer For Jackie Chan's Chinese Zodiac

A really early behind the scenes teaser trailer was released on the 12th of December for Jackie Chan's Chinese Zodiac, a year to the day ahead of it's projected release date of 12/12/2012. I can't help but feel Chan is past this kind of film to be honest but based on the few snippets here, the scale of the film looks exciting so I'm giving him and it the benefit of the doubt. Check it out below.

7 comments:

robotGEEK said...

You know, for someone who hasn't really enjoyed a "lot" of his output in the last 10 years or so, this actually excites me a little. I'm hoping it's not going to have any comedy elements to it and be an all out martial arts action flick, at least that's what the footage I saw here makes me think. And the fact that it's a Jackie Chan film in front of and behind the camera has already pre-sold me on it. :)

Anonymous said...

Sorry to disappoint you robotGEEK, but comedic elements are a trademark of Jackie Chan's films, be it his Hong Kong or Hollywood movies. There are some exceptions, but comedic element is strong in many of his films.

But this trailer does remind me of Chan's older martial art films, which might be a good sign.

Speaking of martial arts, the first review of Tsui Hark's Jet Li-starring "Flying Swords of Tiger Gate" 3D film is out and it's a positive review (latest trailer of Flying swords also contained in the review below):

http://blogs.indiewire.com/thompsononhollywood/tsui-harks-flying-swords-of-dragon-gate-opens-on-5000-3-d-screens-in-china

Anonymous said...

Oops, I meant 'Dragon gate", not "Tiger gate".

robotGEEK said...

Yea I know. It was just wishful thinking. lol.

Charlie Parker said...

This just looks same old stuff

A hero never dies said...

I'm there with all these opinions, what I'm looking for from this movie is something like his 80's and early 90's movies but above all anything better than The Medallion, and The Tuxedo and their likes will do.

A. said...

Is it weird that I kind of wish this was a documentary on the making of a Jackie Chan film than a new Jackie flick?

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