Jackie Chan becomes first Chinese actor to seal prints at Hollywood theatre

7 June 2013 / 3 years 4 months ago

Hong Kong film star Jackie Chan became the first Chinese actor on Thursday to have his hands and feet cast in wet cement at Hollywood's famed Chinese Theatre, alongside generations of Tinseltown icons.He was joined by American actor Chris Tucker, his co-star from the Rush Hour movies, in the ceremony in the courtyard of the TCL Chinese Theatre, as hundreds of fans screamed from across Hollywood Boulevard, reports The Straits Times.Chan, who has starred in over 100 films and directed 20, recalled first coming to the then Grauman's Chinese Theatre - it changed name this year for sponsor Chinese company TCL - two decades ago, invited by Sylvester Stallone."Twenty years, ago, 1993... I was not on the red carpet, (I was) on the side, and I saw there are so many stars doing interviews. I had nothing to do.

Join in the talk