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Jackie Chan appears at his handprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre on June 6, 2013. - Provided courtesy of OTRC
06/07/2013

Jackie Chan had his handprints (and sockprints) immortalized in cement ... again.

The action star was the guest of honor at his handprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Thursday, June 6. During his speech, Chan revealed it was actually the second time he had left his handprints at the theatre.

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11/20/2012

Jackie Chan says his newest film, "Chinese Zodiac," will be his last major action film, but adds that he is not quitting the genre entirely.

The 58-year-old Hong Kong actor had in May told reporters at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival that "Chinese Zodiac," which is set for release in December, would be his "last action film." He said he was "not young any more" and was "really, really tired."

07/17/2012

It seems that Jackie Chan is not giving up his action movie career just yet.

The 58-year-old "Rush Hour" actor and Hong Kong native, had told reporters at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival in May that "Chinese Zodiac," set for release in December, would be his "last action film." He said he was "not young any more" and was "really, really tired."

05/18/2012

Jackie Chan says he's finished with action films.

The 58-year-old Hong Kong actor made his comments at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival in France on Friday, May 18. He has been dominating the action film world for some 50 years, starring in a number of films including "Rush Hour" and "Shanghai Knights." He is in Cannes to promote his new adventure flick, "Chinese Zodiac."

05/18/2012

Jackie Chan says he's finished with action films.

The 58-year-old Hong Kong actor made his comments at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival in France on Friday, May 18. He has been dominating the action film world for some 50 years, starring in a number of films including "Rush Hour" and "Shanghai Knights." He is in Cannes to promote his new adventure flick, "Chinese Zodiac."

03/29/2011
Jackie Chan in a promotional photo for the 2010 movie The Karate Kid. - Provided courtesy of Gustavo Caballero / Columbia Tristar Marketing Group

Jackie Chan is not dead but is the latest celebrity to have fallen victim to an online death hoax.

"Jackie is alive and well," a message on the martial arts and action film star's official Facebook page said. "He did not suffer a heart attack and die, as was reported on many social networking sites and in online news reports. Jackie is fine and is busy preparing for the filming of his next movie."

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