Jackie chan

Jackie Chan

  • Jackie Chan was born

    Jackie Chan was born
    Jackie Chan was born in Hong Kong on 7th April 1954. He was named Chan Kong Sang. Chan is the son of Lee-Lee and Charles Chan. Jackie weighed a whopping 12 pounds when he was born and his mother required surgery to deliver him. Jackie's parents were so poor that they had to borrow money from friends to pay the doctor.
  • Jackie Chan joines Peking Opera School

    Jackie Chan joines Peking Opera School
    When Jackie was 7 years old. Walking in with his dad, Jackie saw tens of kids, between 7 and their early teens, somersaulting and playing with swords and sticks. He recalls that he felt like kids must feel today on entering Disneyland.
  • Jackie appears in his 1st film

    Jackie appears in his 1st film
    At age 8, he appeared in his first film, the Cantonese feature Big and Little Wong Tin Bar (1962), when he was only eight, and went on to appear in a number of musical films.
  • Jackie leaves

    Jackie leaves
    Upon his graduation in 1971, Chan found work as an acrobat and a movie stuntman, most notably in Fist of Fury (1972), starring Hong Kong's resident big-screen superstar, Bruce Lee. For that film, he reportedly completed the highest fall in the history of the Chinese film industry, earning the respectful notice of the formidable Lee, among others.
  • Lo Wei and Jackie Chan

    Lo Wei and Jackie Chan
    After Lee's tragic, unexpected death in 1973, Chan was singled out as a likely successor of his mantle as the king of Hong Kong cinema. To that end, he starred in a string of kung fu movies with Lo Wei, a producer and director who had worked with Lee. Most were unsuccessful, and the collaboration ended in the late 1970s. By that time, Chan had decided that he wanted to break out of the Lee mold and create his own image.
  • Release of "Killer Meteors"

    Release of "Killer Meteors"
    In this martial arts film, Jackie Chan and Jimmy Wang Yu portray two men proficient with a special secret weapon, the Killer Meteor. Together they embark is on a mission to find the thief of palace treasure, and in the process are hired by the Immortal Wa to kill Wa's wife, as he believes she has poisoned him.
  • Jackie's movie released

    Jackie's movie released
    "The Big Brawl", also known as "Battle Creek Brawl", was the 1980 martial arts film which marked Jackie Chan's first attempt to break into the American movie market. It was directed by Robert Clouse and featured much of the crew from "Enter the Dragon".
  • Jackie Chan gets married

    Jackie Chan gets married
    In 1982, Jackie Chan married Lin Feng-Jiao. However, he revealed this much later. In an interview he said that he married young because his wife was pregnant. They had a son, Jaycee Chan, in the same year.
  • Jackie Chan Charitable Foundations

    Jackie Chan Charitable Foundations
    The heart of Jackie’s charity work lies in The Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation which was founded by Jackie in 1988 to offer scholarships and active help to Hong Kong’s young people through a variety of worthy causes.
  • Film "Mr. Nice Guy" released

    Film "Mr. Nice Guy" released
    After two less successful efforts, Jackie Chan's First Strike (1997) and Mr. Nice Guy (1998), Chan had another big box-office hit with Rush Hour (also 1998), an American-produced action-comedy.
  • "Rush Hour" first release

    "Rush Hour" first release
    Rush Hour is a 1998 American buddy action comedy film and the first installment in the Rush Hour series, directed by Brett Ratner and starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker.
  • Jackie Chan in "Rush Hour 2'

    Jackie Chan in "Rush Hour 2'
    This is the second installment in the Rush Hour series. A sequel to the 1998 film Rush Hour, the film stars Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker who respectively reprise their roles as Inspector Lee and Detective Carter. The film finds Lee and Carter embroiled in a counterfeit scam involving the Triads.
  • Jackie offficially introduced his JC Collection line

    Jackie offficially introduced his JC Collection line
    Jackie Chan officially introduced his JC Collection line of clothing in Beijing. Jackie's wish is to supply comfortable and stylish clothes with a Chinese feel that can be enjoyed by people all over the world. The clothes make use of American cotton (as well as Chinese materials) for softness and high quality. The line includes fabrics that echo nature and, of course, some that were personally designed by Jackie.
  • Jackie Chan film "Rob-B-Hood"

    Jackie Chan film "Rob-B-Hood"
    Rob-B-Hood is the first film in over 30 years in which Jackie Chan plays an anti-hero. Rob-B-Hood was released in Hong Kong, China and Southeast Asia on 29 September 2006 based in Hong Kong to generally positive reviews. The film topped the Chinese box office in October 2006 and despite not being given a release in most European and North American countries, it grossed over US$20 million worldwide.
  • "Rush Hour 3" came to the world

    "Rush Hour 3" came to the world
    Rush Hour 3 is a 2007 martial arts/action-comedy-Adventure film, and the third and final installment in the Rush Hour series, starring Jackie Chan as Inspector Lee and Chris Tucker as Detective Carter.
  • Release of "Kung Fu Panda"

    Release of "Kung Fu Panda"
    Po the panda (Jack Black) works in his family's noodle shop and dreams of becoming a kung-fu master. His dream becomes a reality when, unexpectedly, he must fulfill an ancient prophecy and study the skills with his idols, the Furious Five.
  • "The Karate Kid"

    "The Karate Kid"
    Work causes a single mother to move to China with her young son; in his new home, the boy embraces kung fu, taught to him by a master.
  • "Kung Fu Panda 2"

    "Kung Fu Panda 2"
    Po and his friends fight to stop a peacock villain from conquering China with a deadly new weapon, but first the Dragon Warrior must come to terms with his past.
  • First time at "快乐大本营" (Happy Camp"

    First time at "快乐大本营" (Happy Camp"
    Jackie first time at "快乐大本营," a chinese/hunan show
  • Jackie Chan visit "快乐大本营"

    Jackie Chan visit "快乐大本营"
    Jackie Chan visited a Hunan show called "快乐大本营," which translate to "Happy Camp"