It’s kind of mindblowing to think there are multiple Lego movies on the horizon. There’s the 2019 sequel to The Lego Movie, a Batman-centric spinoff in 2017, and The Lego Ninjago Movie, based on the absurdly popular ninja-themed Lego brand. It hits next fall and the voice cast has just been revealed.
Asia is becoming an increasingly important market for science fiction and fantasy movies, but we’re still waiting for countries like China to produce their own worthy competitors to The Avengers and Star Wars. A new movie now in production could help to change that.
I have to confess I have an ulterior motive in urging everybody in the world to watch Dragon Blade this weekend: I am dying to see the GIFs that people are going to make of this movie. So many GIFs. Endless, wonderful GIFs of WTFery. This movie will never stop giving me joy.
A new Chinese character, "duang," has gone viral. Nobody's sure what it actually means, but Jackie Chan has everything to do with it.
Here we have it: a strong early contender for 2015's guiltiest pleasure. Jackie Chan, John Cusack, Adrien Brody and Peng Lin star in Dragon Blade, an alt-history in which Rome fights Han Dynasty China for control over the Silk Road. You've never seen Brody chewing scenery like this before.
The always excellent Tony Zhou of Every Frame a Painting takes a closer look at what makes Jackie Chan action movies so fun to watch. It's Jackie Chan's brand of action comedy that makes him so special, he plays the underdog, he uses the environment around him, he's a perfectionist and so much more.
Netflix has a lot of kung fu, and almost all of it is great. I say almost because some of it is very terrible, such as Protector 2. Recently added to Netflix's roster and starring Muay Thai superstar Tony Jaa, the Protector 2 is the culmination of terrible CGI choices and a half-assed plot. Luckily, Netflix has much…
El actor, comediante y especialista en artes marciales chino Jackie Chan acaba de descubrir que su imagen da vida a uno de los memes más populares. La divertida reacción de Chan ha sido subir la foto de si mismo que hace de meme con el texto '¿Soy un meme de internet?' acompañado de la frase '¿Sabíais esto?'.
Chinese Zodiac is Jackie Chan's 100th movie, and it's one of his biggest — a single fight scene in this movie reportedly is costing more than $10 million to shoot. And it might be his final action movie, since he's said he wants to retire from doing action films. At the very least, it's reportedly his last big…
Everything about this cyber-security ad is awesome — the explanation of the CyberWorld, the Segway that Jackie Chan rides through Cyberspace on, and the kung-fu battle against malware. Most of all, the final double thumbs-up is AWESOME. [Thanks Jason Scott!]
Dear god. Jackie Chan. On a Segway. Punching computer viruses. While wearing a helmet that says Kaspersky. I can only process this logically as him trying to gin up business for his Segway dealership.
Although Nintendo didn't take much inspiration from Jackie Chan and his crazy 2005 J-Mat Fitness, you can't help but see some similarities between it and Wii Fit. You probably never heard of this Jackie Chan
workout machine because it costs $90 and needed another $80 XaviXPORT console to use. We're kind of…
Barring a miracle, this week sees the last ever episode of Jericho, the nuked-America show that grew into a masterpiece of paranoia. (Maybe the Sci Fi Channel will discover some extra money laying around that it hasn't spent on Ghost Hunters.) Also this week, Clark takes another huge step towards his super-destiny on …