Rush Hour 4: Is Still Happening?

Most recently, Brett Ratner tried to shift the franchise to the small screen, with the filmmaker executive producing the Rush Hour TV series with Bill Lawrence (Cougar Town). Justin Hires and John Foo were cast as Carter and Lee, with a supporting cast that included Aimee Garcia, Page Kennedy, Wendie Malick and Kirk Fox. The show was was picked up to series by CBS, but it was canceled in May after just one 13-episode season. Despite the failure of the TV show, it seems Brett Ratner is determined to make Rush Hour 4 work on the big screen.
Back in 2012, Brett Ratner said that he was not too happy with Rush Hour 3, hinting that he would like to bring Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan back. It is not known if this is still the approach Brett Ratner is taking with Rush Hour 4, but if it does move forward, hopefully we’ll have a better idea of whether or not Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan will be back, and in What capacity. It is not known if Brett Ratner would come back to direct Rush Hour 4, since he has not directed a movie since 2014’s Hercules, starring Dwayne Johnson.
… Given that the first part was filmed almost 10 years ago, interest in the film is not lost, but on the contrary it always remains at a high level. The two protagonists of Lee and Jace Carter are constantly looking for adventure, if in the first series, the adventures found them when they rescued the daughter of the Chinese Ambassador – Su Yen, so afterwards they had to fight with the Yakuza itself, from where the heroes emerged victorious.
The third part of the film told us about Carter’s error on one of the tasks, after which he was sent to patrol the streets. Once, when he patrolled one of the streets, he managed to get acquainted with a beautiful girl, after which, Carter invited her to a meeting, where he called and Lee. But Li is busy with another job, he accompanies the ambassador to an important event. …

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