police story 2013
A fifth and possible final trailer arrived for the upcoming release of action star Jackie Chan’s Police Story 2013. Directed by Ding Sheng, the film promises to bring a new, darker aesthetic to the classic, more colorful titular film series that earned Chan his fame as a leading figure in Hong Kong action cinema back in the 1980’s.
In all likelihood, fans of action superstar Jackie Chan will flock to see his latest hard-hitting, car tossing, bullet-riddled action thriller, Police Story 2013, no matter what they hear from critics on whether or not it’s good or bad. The marketing behind this new film from director Ding Sheng has been quite as explosive as all of the trailers and behind-the-scenes clips netizens have been spotting for the past month, revealing Chan in a newer, grittier and more hardcore titular reimagining of the classic Hong Kong film franchise that launched him to superstardom.
International action superstar Jackie Chan‘s latest venture into the genre he’s so well known for, Police Story 2013, is becoming one of the most hotly anticipated action films to date. Arriving to China on Christmas Eve, the new film from director Ding Sheng will.also be gloriously topped off with an IMAX and 3D domestic release. And here to share a few thoughts are Chan himself, with legendary stunt coordinator Bruce Law, with segments focused on the films fiery explosive scenes, bone-breaking fight choreography, and break-neck high speed chase sequences that surely aim to please while marking one of Chan‘s final entries into action movies before filming his personal passion project, Skiptrace.
It’s round two of the promotional push now underway for director Ding Sheng‘s upcoming action cop thriller, Police Story 2013. Spinning off the classic Hong Kong action franchise into new territory with new characters and a new story, the film is headlined by the one and only Jackie Chan, along with Liu Ye, Huang Bo, Jing Tian, Zhang Lanxin, Wang Zhifei, Zhang Xiaoning and Guli Nazha for an IMAX and 2D release in Mainland China and Hong Kong on December 24, 2013.
This week Chan-atics can finally indulge in the latest new teaser for director Ding Sheng‘s Police Story 2013. As stated in previous reports, the film will follow actor and Star Asia Lifetime Achievement Award winner Jackie Chan in a role suited with a different narrative diverging from prior films of the franchise leading up to New Police Story (2004).
A new report from the National Post is announcing that international action star Jackie Chan will be one of the celebtated attendees at an Asian film and art festival program titled A Century Of Chinese Cinema, at this summer’s Toronto International Film Festival Bell Lightbox. The event will be held between June 5 and August 11, featuring films including Chan’s smash hit classic, Police Story, and footage from his upcoming follow-up in the series, Police Story 2013.