Jackie Chan revealed to fans that he is now in discussions to produce a fourth Rush Hour movie during a rare on-stage visit at the Red Sea Film Festival on Thursday.
He informed the festival attendees that they were now discussing part 4 and that he will be meeting with the movie's director this evening to go through the screenplay. The three prior versions were all directed by American director Brett Ratner, albeit he did not include his name.
Since 2014, Ratner has not helmed a motion picture. The producer-director was accused of sexual harassment and assault by seven women, including actors Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, in November 2017. As a result, Warner Bros. severed all relations with the producer-director with whom they had a lucrative contract.