New Trailer for ‘Skiptrace’ Starring Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville

Jackie Chan And Johnny Knoxville

Here’s the new international trailer for Skiptrace, the Chinese action comedy movie starring Jackie Chan, Johnny Knoxville, Bingbing Fan, Eric Tsang, Michael Wong, Sara Maria Forsberg, and Eve Torres.

Chan plays a Hong Kong detective who finds himself teaming up with the innocent American gambler (Knoxville) after he witnesses a woman being shot and killed by a notorious Chinese crime lord.

Sciptrace has been in production for years and has had its setbacks including the dropping out of original director Sam Fell and actor Seann William Scott, who was replaced by Knoxville (yep, the chap from Bad Grandpa). Then, during production this past December, veteran cinematographer Chan Kwok-Hung died of an accidental drowning while shooting a scene for the film. Therefore, the release date has been pushed back from last year’s Christmas to sometime this month in China. No U.S. release date yet.

Check out the latest trailer for Sciptrace, directed by veteran action helmer Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2).

Jackie Chan Action Comedy

Looks fun though a bit routine.

Starring Jackie Chan

The film follows Bennie Chan (Jackie Chan), a Hong Kong detective who has been tracking notorious crime boss Victor Wong for over a decade. When Bennie’s goddaughter Samantha (Bingbing Fan) gets right into trouble having Wong’s crime syndicate, Bennie need towards track down the man whose actions got her there: the fast-talking American gambler Connor Watts (Johnny Knoxville). Bennie soon discovers, however, although set bringing Connor back towards Hong Kong he’s ensuring more than his goddaughter’s fate; Connor Furthermore possesses knowledge about Victor Wong although, must exposed, might finally bring the corrupt businessman towards justice. as Bennie races against the clock towards return having Connor towards Hong Kong, the unlikely pair embarks towards an entertaining across having perilous adventure although spans via the mountains of Mongolia towards the dunes of the Gobi desert.