‘Ride On’ begins filming with Jackie Chan in the lead role
Jackie Chan will then find himself in a mind-boggling tale about a man and his horse, elevated to a martial arts-based comedy, named Ride On. Since the days of the COVID-19 pandemic methodology, the actor has strived to deliver a few films, the tickets of which have sold out quickly among his fans. Nonetheless, a large portion of them, like Vanguard or Mystery of the Dragon Seal: Journey to China, independently scored 4.5 and 3.6 out of 10, according to Chinese review platform Douban, in the face of the fundamental fury of viewers.
This movie, in any case, could break the chain with Chan as a martial arts specialist named Lao Luo, whose adoration for his horse prompts him to embark on a wild excursion. As the Variety reports indicate, Jackie Chan kicked off the project, which is slated for release in 2022. Yang Zi, who directed the 2020 pet-themed animated film Adoring, wrote and directed the project.
Jackie Chan will introduce a tidy martial arts specialist, whose horse may be belittled to him due to a matter of obligation. The film follows Chan’s excursion, as he enlists the help of his daughter Xiaobao (Liu) and darling (Guo) and they go on an excursion together to face danger. Besides Chan, the film also stars actor Guo Qilin, who is also the son of famous Chinese performer Guo Degang.
Funding for the film is handled by Alibaba Pictures, Beijing Hairun Pictures in the same way as HG Entertainment Film Company. The film’s Chinese title openly involves Dragon Horse Spirit, with the dragon as the reward for Chan’s martial arts ability and the horse being worshiped by the actor. Beside that, Chan is famous for his martial arts films like the 1978 action comedy Drunken Master, which was directed by Yuen Woo-ping, the reprehensible action film series Police Story, which was co-directed by Chan in the same way as the 1986 Armor of God, which was actually written and directed by him.