Warner Bros, Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker all want Rush Hour 4 to happen, but what's the holdup?
Warner Bros. may still make Rush Hour 4 but Brett Ratner definitely won't be directing it.
Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan are both on board for Rush Hour 4, promising fans something they'll never forget.
Jackie Chan confirms in a new interview that he and Chris Tucker are meeting the director soon to develop Rush Hour 4 even further.
Rush Hour director Brett Ratner says he's currently talking to writers and will start working on Rush Hour 4 soon.
Justin Hines and John Foo star as Detectives Carter and Lee, who team up to solve a deadly case in CBS' new TV series Rush Hour, debuting in March.
CBS has added seven new shows including fall dramas Supergirl and Limitless, with Rush Hour being held for midseason.
CBS has handed out series orders for Rush Hour, Limitless a new Criminal Minds spinoff and three more shows.
Relatively unknown actor and comedian Justin Hires beats out a number of big names to take the second lead in Rush Hour.
Jon Foo has signed on to play Detective Lee in CBS' Rush Hour pilot, the same role played by Jackie Chan in the hit movie franchise.
National Treasure director Jon Turteltaub has signed on to direct and executive produce CBS' Rush Hour TV series.
Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence wrote the pilot script for CBS' Rush Hour, following an L.A. detective and a Hong Kong cop.
Rush Hour TV show creator Bill Lawrence says that the series will feature the same type of characters seen in the movie, with a new plot.
Rush Hour director Brett Ratner is executive producing the pilot, which follows an LAPD cop who is paired with a Hong Kong investigator.
Rush Hour director Brett Ratner is teaming with Cougar Town co-creator Bill Lawrence for an hour-long action comedy series.
The Chris Tucker/Jackie Chan film makes its 1080p debut.
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