Thursday, November 15, 2012

Jackie Promotes CZ12 in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Action superstar Jackie Chan will head to Singapore on December 18 to promote his blockbuster film "CZ12", also known as "Chinese Zodiac 2012".

The 58-year-old film veteran will be attending a number of promotional activities during his Singapore stopover, which is part of his two-week, Asia-wide promotional tour for "CZ12".

"CZ12", which opens in Singapore and across Asia on December 20, sees Chan play Asian Hawk, a treasure hunter who travels the globe in search of a set of priceless Chinese sculptures.

Chan, who wrote, directed, produced and starred in the film, had previously described "CZ12" as his "last major action movie".

Eight years in the making, "CZ12" cost US$50 million (S$61.1 million) to shoot, and also stars Kwon Sang Woo, Yao Xingtong as well as Laura Weissbecker.



Anonymous said...

As for me, I hope this movie turns out to be good because it definitely looks like it's gonna be fun with some classic Jackie Chan action comedy. And yes, I know this isn't exactly the same but I'm sensible enough to know I can't expect that from him at this age. And he's gotten better as a dramatic actor as well and I hope to see him in more dramatic roles, especially in Hollywood (he was the only good thing about The Karate Kid )

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