When the American buddy action comedy film Rush Hour first hit the screens in September 1998, it was a huge success, racking about $70 million at the Box Office. Directed by Brett Ratner, the movie starred Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker as two mismatched police partners who team up to rescue a Chinese Diplomat's kidnapped daughter. The movie's success inspired two follow-ups Rush Hour 2 and Rush Hour 3, released in 2001 and 2007, respectively.
Now, over 15 years since the third installment aired, fans of the action-comedy film have something to smile about. According to Jackie, the franchise's fourth installment is officially in the works. Here's a deeper look at the martial arts extraordinaire's revelation.