When I’m making an American film, it’s more safe because there are so many people on the set to watch me. Whatever I do, they say, ‘What are you doing!? Tell me first!’ There are so many restrictions.
Why did I become Jackie Chan? Mostly because I work very hard. When people were sleeping, I was still training.
As a father, I always want my son to be perfect. When he was young, I tried to train him in martial arts, but he said, ‘I don’t want to become like Bruce Lee’s son, with everybody telling me how good my father was.’ I just think my son is too lazy.
I just make good movies. That’s the way I thank my fans.
I’m not a god – I do bad things.
If everyone does some good, think of what a good world this will be.
When you are learning about a martial art, it is about respect.
I do small things. I try to do good things every day.
I really hope someday in Hollywood, some producer or director will hire me only to do drama.
When I make a film – I direct my own film, I write my own script – that’s what I want to hear from the audience. ‘Oh, thank you, Jackie!’
Besides entertainment and action, I want to educate. You know, as a producer or director, we do have a responsibility to society.
I want to be in ‘Avatar’. I want somebody to hire me to be Superman, a Chinese Superman or Spider-Man.
My wish is to bring my heroes to the big screen, and many of them have already appeared in my films.
Most of the time, I’m not even working; I’m just helping people, because I feel that I am too lucky.
Now I am older, I understand we have to accept who we are.
I loved cowboy movies when I was a kid. When I was five years old, I was already wearing a cowboy hat and suit. When I grew up, I knew John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Kirk Douglas and so on.