Jackie Chan Mistakes Prince William with his Brother
Jackie Chan is making headlines not for a new movie, but for royal gaffe. Jackie Chan met PrinceWilliam, Duke of Cambridge at an evening reception for the Illegal Wildlife Trade conference at Natural History Museum on February 12 in London. According to South China Morning Post, the actor credited William with a trip Prince Harry did to the South Pole last year.
Mistakes can happen and Jackie Chan is getting older too. He still looks rather young, but he will be 60 in April. He is still doing movies.
According to IMDB he will star in Skiptrace, which begins filming early this year and the release is set for 2015. Jackie Chan plays a detective from Hong Kong teaming up with an American gambler played by Sean William Scott.
The video with the most views that has Jackie Chan in it is his brief encounter with Kung Fu legend Bruce Lee. A scene of Enter the Dragon show Jackie Chan attacking Bruce Lee. Jackie Chan was just a stuntman back then. Watch the scene below.
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