|US Release Date||11/30/2000|
They shoulda been a contender.
The cast is going in different directions, yet remaining on the same path.
Because that's how you simply a complicated series. Not.
Jackie Chan just won't sit down. The popular Hong Kong actor is lining up to star in not one, not two, but four feature films. First up is Highbinders, a Hong Kong movie about an immigration officer who's killed on the job but returns from the dead with superpowers--with some high-kickin' super-moves to be sure. Next is The Art of War, based on the Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu's treatise, where you keep your friends close and your enemies even closer--with some high-kickin' super-moves added in.
|Sy Shaa Heed||Actor||n/a||1||1000016|
|Vince DiPersio||Executive Producer||n/a||174||3000002|
|Adolf "A D" Barley||Actor||Himself||1||1000003|
|Mike "Monkey" Walsh||Actor||Himself||1||1000013|
|L C Stewert||Actor||n/a||1||1000011|
|Keith "K B" Allen||Actor||Himself||1||1000001|
Are these men drinking from the fountain of youth? Because we sure want some.
You'll be surprised by the names on these celebrities' birth certificates!
These celebs are bold enough to rock rainbow-hued locks and we're totes jeal.