68-year-old veteran actor Jackie Chan has confirmed that Rush Hour 4 is in the works adding that he has had talks for the fourth instalment of the global hit movie.
He was speaking at the Red Sea International Film Festival where he confirmed the news, according to Variety.
The fourth Rush Hour movie has reportedly been in the works for quite some time now, with fellow star Chris Tucker confirming back in 2018 that it was on the cards.
Tucker said in 2018 that “it’s happening (Rush Hour 4),” and that “this is gonna be the rush of all rushes. Jackie is ready and we want to do this so that people don’t ever forget it.”
At the moment, it is still unclear who will be directing the movie, although director Brett Ratner has claimed that he will be helming the movie, despite the producers brushing off his claims.
Ratner was previously forced to exit the Wonder Woman franchise due to allegations of misconduct against several women.
The first Rush Hour movie made US$244.4 million at the box office, with Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker returning for 2 more sequels in 2001 and 2007, earning US$141 million and US$140 million respectively.