and Jackie expresses his delight ...
Embraer secured Chinese validation for the Legacy 500 on 24 July and is now preparing to deliver the first midsize business jet to Chinese launch customer and ambassador of its executive jets division, Jackie Chan.
The 10-seat twinjet entered service late last year and Embraer had shipped 14 of the type by the end of the second quarter, according to Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database.
While the USA is, and will continue to be the largest market for the Legacy 500, Embraer expects the aircraft to be popular in China, despite a preference for long-range and large cabin types in the country until now.
“Today, Chinese customers’ expectations for executive jets are evolving, from seeking large, luxurious, ultra-long-range jets, to finding midsize jets that can satisfy the business needs of most entrepreneurs,” says Guan Dongyuan, president of Embraer China. “Having identified this market trend, we are confident that more potential customers will turn to midsize jets like the Legacy 500 due to its exceptional innovation, efficiency and technology.”
...I have also heard that you are very concerned about which movie I am going to make next. In fact several projects are in development, however my usual practice has always been to see which project genuinely matures, to achieve a point where it is good enough to go ahead and make. I do not blindly follow the crowd, and I do not rush the time it takes for the movie to be good, to naturally find it's audience. On the other hand, if a project still has not reached my standards, then I will immediately work at polishing it, I am not afraid to take the time to expend a great deal of effort.
What are your feelings about the last "Rush Hour" movie?
I had fun doing it. It was great working with Jackie, and it was lots of fun. I don't know if we'll do another one, but Jackie and I are talking all the time about working together again.
So there's the possibility of another "Rush Hour"?
If they come to me, we'll see what happens. I don't know what they're thinking. But I'm definitely open to it.
Actor Chris Tucker Has Confirmed Rumours Suggesting He Is Planning To Reunite With His Rush Hour Co-star Jackie Chan For A Fourth Instalment Of The Action Comedy Franchise.
Tucker tells U.S. talk show The View, "We were talking about some stuff (for a sequel) so we're thinking about doing something like that."