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    Mr. Stunt - "I believe that today's audiences are very clever. They can tell the difference between a real stunt and a special effect. I always remind myself about this when I think about doing a movie." An online interview with Jackie in 1996 with Hotwired before the release of 'Rumble in the Bronx' discussing his many and varied stunts. With accompanying videos.

    An Evening with Jackie Chan - "No women. No bodyguards. No ego. This was a far cry from the Jackie Chan of the 1980s." Jackie spills his guts verbally, this time. A 1993 interview with the actor published in Bright Lights Film Journal.

    Jam! Showbiz - A collection of Canadian news articles about the actor.

    Does Jackie Chan dream of eclectic stunts? - "...talking to Jackie Chan, arguably the world's biggest movie star, and not feeling nervous or humbled." Hong Kong action king takes another shot at America. SPLICEDwire's 1996 interview with the star on how his movies differ from the normal American blockbuster.

    Extra Special - "I've never done any acting work before, but it's good fun." Article about being an extra in Jackie Chan's new movie Highbinders, published in the South China Morning Post late in 2001.


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