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(2016)

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Seann William Scott was set to star as Connor Watts but dropped out. Johnny Knoxville replaced him.
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Bennie commented that he cannot swim. In real-life, Jackie Chan cannot swim.
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The Mandarin/Chinese song that Johnny Knoxville sings that can be seen in the trailer is actually Jackie Chan's song "Ming Ming Bai Bai Wo De Xin" (Please Understand My Heart). Back in Hong Kong, Jackie Chan sung this song to great acclaim.
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On December 17, 2014, Cinematographer Kwok-Hung Chan drowned while on a shoot for this movie.
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Jackie Chan and Director Renny Harlin had scheduled filming a fight scene for the abandoned film "Nosebleed" on the roof of the World Trade Center the morning of the 9/11 attacks. Instead re-scheduling the shoot for the next day as Jackie Chan came up with new stunt and fight choreography ideas using a window washing lift.
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Jackie Chan came up with the name "Bennie" for his character, so, at some point, his partner's daughter Samantha to called him "Uncle Bennie". This is an homage to Kim Chan, who played the character "Uncle Benny" in American movies including Lethal Weapon 4 (1998). He only changed the ending -y to -ie out of courtesy.
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This movie reunites Director Renny Harlin and Jackie Chan after shelving "Nosebleed", which would have been the only Hollywood movie to allow Chan to use his signature 1-2 "Super Stunts".
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This movie setting spans three countries (China, Russia, and Mongolia) and six territories (including Macau, Hong Kong, and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region).
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The character Dasha was played by Eve Torres, who is trained in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and was previously in WWE as a wrestler.
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Eric Tsang and Richard Ng also appeared with Jackie Chan in several 1980s movies like Winners & Sinners (1983), Wheels on Meals (1984), and My Lucky Stars (1985).
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First theatrically released movie for Eve Torres (Dasha).
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Hollywood movie debut of Jeong-hun Yeon (Willie).
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The entire journey that Bennie (Jackie Chan) and Connor (Johnny Knoxville) took (from Siberia, Russia to Zamiin-Uud, "China Border") is supposedly over two thousand kilometers (one thousand two hundred forty-two miles).
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Director Renny Harlin replaced Sam Fell.
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First movie written by Jay Longino and BenDavid Grabinski.
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Wilhelm Scream. Near the beginning of the movie when Jackie Chan kicks the bad guy's ladder over.
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