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JJCC - Notable Rookie Group of April

jackiechan compiled - Wed, 04/23/2014 - 04:51

I never knew Jackie Chan liked K-pop! Either way, his newly created boy band isn’t that bad, I love their “At First” MV. They seem very successful for a rookie group.

Take a look:

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Jackie Chan&#039;s <i>Chinese Zodiac</i> (quick movie review)

jackiechan compiled - Wed, 04/23/2014 - 01:41
Chinese Zodiac was fun to watch, but I feel that it was missing one thing that all Jackie Chan movie
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Gareth Evans Listed His Top 5 Action Scenes Of All-Time (Minus His Own)

Jet Li Collection - Tue, 04/22/2014 - 23:30

Wheels on Meals

Between The Raid: Redemption and The Raid 2: Berandal, it’s safe to say that director Gareth Evans knows what he’s talking about when it comes to great action and fight scenes throughout movie history. Evans recently took some time to chat with David Chen about his personal list of “Top 5 Action Scenes,” but it would be way more accurately described as his Top 5 Fight Scenes, because that’s basically what is being discussed here. And if there’s one thing to take away from this, it’s that Evans was highly influenced by Jackie Chan’s best work.

While I’m sure that this list opens the door for critics and haters to tell Evans why he’s so wrong, and complaining that he missed Movie A or Movie B, I like to imagine that he’d simply respond by slapping a person across the face with a hammer. My only complaint? A glaring lack of Big Trouble in Little China.

Gareth Evans’ Top 5 Action Scenes from David Chen on Vimeo.

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Gareth Evans Listed His Top 5 Action Scenes Of All-Time (Minus His Own)

jackiechan compiled - Tue, 04/22/2014 - 23:30

Wheels on Meals

Between The Raid: Redemption and The Raid 2: Berandal, it’s safe to say that director Gareth Evans knows what he’s talking about when it comes to great action and fight scenes throughout movie history. Evans recently took some time to chat with David Chen about his personal list of “Top 5 Action Scenes,” but it would be way more accurately described as his Top 5 Fight Scenes, because that’s basically what is being discussed here. And if there’s one thing to take away from this, it’s that Evans was highly influenced by Jackie Chan’s best work.

While I’m sure that this list opens the door for critics and haters to tell Evans why he’s so wrong, and complaining that he missed Movie A or Movie B, I like to imagine that he’d simply respond by slapping a person across the face with a hammer. My only complaint? A glaring lack of Big Trouble in Little China.

Gareth Evans’ Top 5 Action Scenes from David Chen on Vimeo.

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New Ad Questions Clay Aiken's 'Invisible' Presence On Presidential Committee

american idol - Tue, 04/22/2014 - 22:46
One of Clay Aiken's Democratic primary opponents is attacking the former "American Idol" runner-up for missing meetings during his tenure on the Presi...

Read more: Elections 2014, Politics, HuffPolitics Blog, Politics News, Video, Congress, Clay Aiken Congress, Clay Aiken North Carolina, North Carolina Politics, 2014 Election, American Idol, Clay Aiken, North Carolina, Politics News

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Im back!

jackiechan compiled - Tue, 04/22/2014 - 21:27

After a long little Easter celebration, which happened to coincide with my birthday this year woohoo!! I am finally back. Don’t you worry, I have been busy. 

I have seen Divergent….twice, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Bad Words, have been watching Game of Thrones (RELIGIOUSLY) and strolled down memory lane with a little Rush Hour marathon.

And so, I leave you with one of the greatest movie scenes basically ever as I start making posts to catch up on all that I have been watching

Crock-skin, buttercream, buttercream

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Amy Helmes: 10 Celebs and Their Shakespeare Counterparts

angelina jolie - Tue, 04/22/2014 - 21:21
These 10 headline-making Hollywood celebs could easily be confused with some of the Bard's best-loved characters.

Read more: Natalie Portman, Charlie Sheen, Jennifer Lawrence, Will Ferrell, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Taylor Swift, Angelina Jolie, Shakespeare, Leonardo Dicaprio, James Franco, Robert Downey Jr, Entertainment News

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BBC: Michelle Yeoh coming back for prequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Jet Li Collection - Tue, 04/22/2014 - 19:31

 

Michelle Yeoh

 

BBC: 

Titled The Green Destiny, the movie will see Michelle Yeoh reprise her role as female warrior Yu Shu Lien.

Pre-production is believed to have begun. Filming is due to start in Auckland, New Zealand, with two further weeks of shooting in China.

Yuen Woo-ping, who co-ordinated the action scenes in the original, will step behind the camera for the prequel.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon remains the most successful Chinese-language film of all time, making $213.5m (£127m) on its release in 2000.

It won the best foreign-language Oscar the following year, with three more awards in the technical categories.

Ang Lee accepts his Oscar in 2001Ang Lee won the first of three Oscars for the original

Part of the reason for the film’s success was that it operated on many different levels. It was a love story, a martial arts fantasy with a feminist twist and an historical epic set against a backdrop of spectacular locations in China.

Director Ang Lee also employed sophisticated technology that enabled the characters to perform gravity-defying stunts, drawing in fans of the previous year’s box office hit, The Matrix.

But plans for a prequel were delayed by a row over the film rights to Wang Du Lu‘s novels, on which the film was based.

Columbia Pictures claimed it had struck a deal with the late writer’s son in 2005. He denied this, and said he had signed an agreement with The Weinstein Company, another US studio.

With the case resolved, The Weinstein Company is pushing ahead with the prequel, choosing New Zealand as a location thanks to a generous production incentive that offers filmmakers a 20% rebate on money spent in the country.

The Green Destiny draws on the fifth book in Wang’s series, Silver Vase, Iron Night.

This introduces a new generation of star-crossed lovers, and a new series of antagonists in a battle of good and evil,” screenwriter John Fusco told movie website Deadline last year.

Although Fusco is known for US blockbusters such as Young Guns I and II, he also penned The Forbidden Kingdom for Jet Li and Jackie Chan in 2008.

The film, which drew on the writer’s own martial arts training, broke opening day box office records in China.

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Michelle Yeoh coming back for prequel to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

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