Chan and Tucker to rush again
The duo are set to rejoin after the success of Rush Hour 2 that made over $300 million worldwide and for the sequel Tucker will earn $20 million and a percentage of profits while Chan will pocket $15 million and own the distribution rights in China and Hong Kong.
Rush Hour 3 will be Tucker's first appearance on the silver screen since Rush Hour 2. His career has included very few films, including Jackie Brown and The Fifth Element, as he prefers to concentrate on stand up comedy, despite his big star draw.
Chan's CV by comparison is huge, with almost one hundred films which has very often not only starred in but also been the producer, fight choreographer and even sung the theme, as he did in Once Upon A Time In China II.
Being a star for some time in Hong Kong films he finally crossed over to Hollywood in the original Rush Hour and built on this success in Around The World In 80 Days, alongside Steve Coogan, Shanghai Knights, and The Tuxedo.
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