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Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Rumor Mill: Jerky Chan?

Report by Tyler "Ty" Deschanel

In shocking news, Hong Kong action legend Jackie Chan has admitted he once starred in a soft core porn movie when he was a struggling actor.

The martial arts expert, famous for his death-defying stunts world over, appeared in a Hong Kong made X-rated movie entitled "All In The Family" 31 years ago when he was an unknown 21-year-old.

However, Chan, now 52, insists he is not ashamed of the film and says if you watch the flick you will see that it is very tame compared to modern porn.

He revealed to Britain's Daily Express newspaper, "I had to do anything I could to make a living but I don't think it's a big deal - even Marlon Brando used to be exposed in some of his movies. The porn movies at that time were far more conservative than the current films." Later adding "I'm not Dustin Diamond for gosh sakes and no I'm not ashamed, in fact it's a lot better compared to some of my new films!"

Chan isn't the only Hollywood action hero with a hidden past.

Before making it in Tinseltown "Rocky Balboa" star Sylvester Stallone appeared in a soft-core porn film entitled "Party at Kitty and Stud's."

The movie (which was originally a hardcore movie before the most graphic scenes were cut) was re-released after Stallone became a superstar under the title "The Italian Stallion"- a reference to boxing character Rocky's in-ring nickname. Allegedly Stallone is planning a sequel to the skinflick if new movie Rocky Balboa flops.

Jackie was also recently injured in Paris on the set of Brett Ratner's highbrow epic period drama Rush Hour 3. This is the 46,092th injury Jackie has sustained yet he won't let it stop him "I will be making films even when I'm in a wheelchair! Ha ha ha ha!" he said from a wheelchair.

VIN wishes him a speedy recovery and also wishes him success in both of his film careers!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have his contact details? I really want to invite him to my next event


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