Despite expressing a desire to distance himself from the Rush Hour franchise, Jackie Chan appears ready, willing and able for another go around. "For the last seven years we've been turning down the script, turning down the script". There was supposed to be a Karate Kid 2 but the script isn't right.
You can check out Jackie Chan's interview below. Jackie told me, 'I chased you for five, six years! Tucker's been inactive ever since, with only a rumored role in Rush Hour 4 and even hazier prospects for a return to the Friday franchise floating about.
Chan further elaborated, and claimed that he had accepted a script for the fourth film earlier this week.
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During a Facebook Live chat with San Francisco Chronicle, Chan confirmed that a script for a fourth Rush House film was nearing completion. Chan explained. "It's about [having the] time to make". But now Jackie Chan, who played Lee in the first three movies, is calling on Chris Tucker, his screen partner, to sign on for Rush Hour 4, with a deal recently agreed to add to the existing trilogy. "I'm just going to get a script done". These are dark times and we needs a new Rush Hour. Have you been hoping for a follow-up to 2007's Rush Hour 3? In an interview with Thought Co, when asked about Rush Hour 4, Chris Tucker revealed that Jackie Chan "chased him" for five years to agree to Rush Hour 3.