Watch: Jackie Chan Gets Serious in 'Police Story: Lockdown' Trailer
"Hey, supercop!" Well Go has put out a trailer for the upcoming US release of Police Story: Lockdown, the latest in the Police Story franchise starring Jackie Chan. The film actually played in China back in 2013, and is just now getting a release here in the US, but this isn't the same goofy Jackie Chan we've seen so much of recently. He's as serious as ever in an action-drama where a reunion with his daughter goes bad, and then there's a big battle inside of a club. The cast includes Liu Ye, Jing Tian, Guli Nazha and Zhou Xiao Ou. I can't say this looks like an instant must see, but I'm down to check it out. Give it a look below.
Here's the official US trailer for Sheng Ding's Police Story: Lockdown, direct from Well Go USA:
The newest chapter in the Police Story crime franchise stars Jackie Chan as Wen, a cop with a history of violence. A reunion with his daughter (Tian Jing) exposes a high-stakes hostage plot, forcing Wen to choose between justice and revenge. "Zhong knows about sacrifice. What will he give up to save his daughter?" Police Story: Lockdown is both written & directed by Sheng Ding (Underdog Knight, Little Big Soldier). It is technically the 7th film in the Police Story franchise, which was started by Jackie Chan in 1985 when he starred & directed Police Story. This latest film first premiered in China in late 2013, and has been waiting for US release ever since. Well Go USA will release Police Story: Lockdown in theaters + VOD on June 5th.
Looks like a ton of fun... // As an aside, what happened to Jet Li?
DAVIDPD on May 19, 2015
This film came out literally along time ago in Asia. Do not pay for this turd in theatres. Do. Not. Buy the bluray for the instalment with Daniel Wu.
Zack Snyder on May 19, 2015
i watch this Jackie-San movie online. Very nice karate.
Kesuke Miyagi on May 20, 2015
Exactly what I want. Jackie Kicking ass without Chris Tucker or Owen Wilson messing it up.
R3last on May 20, 2015
You can watch this on you tube it is worth watching
Tazz on May 21, 2015
Being a bit experienced with Jackie Chan's movies, I have to ask that question: Why so serious?
shiboleth on May 21, 2015
I am a huge Jackie Chan Fan but his new movies are hard to watch. They are way to serious. That was the charm of Chan's movies was the slapstick comedy, now that seems to be absent from all his new movies rather disappointing. Hopefully Chan will make a few more movie like Rumble in the Bronx, Wheels on Meals, Lucky Stars, Drunken Masters, Black Dragon, Project As, etc those were THE Chan movies along with police story 123 then it got serious.
noneya on Jan 7, 2016
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