Jackie Chan finally receives an Oscar, after all those years of damaged bones

It’s been a long, prolonged wait for a nicest chairman in a world, Jackie Chan. And his debate was value a wait.

After 52 years and over 200 films, a Hong Kong movement star and martial artist has been recognized for his contributions to a film attention by The Academy. He perceived an Honorary Oscar during a Governors Ball on Saturday. 

The endowment is a possibility for The Academy to acknowledge an artist’s whole physique of work. Chan has essentially featured in martial humanities and action-comedy films — dual genres that don’t unequivocally get approval by endowment givers. 

Receiving a endowment was a “dream” for Chan, who suggested that 23 years ago, he visited Sylvester Stallone’s residence and touched, kissed and melt a Oscars displayed inside.

“I told myself. we unequivocally wish one,” Chan told a rapturous audience. Now he can during final contend he has an Oscar. “After 56 years in a film industry, creation some-more than 200 films, I’ve damaged so many bones, finally this is mine,” he said.  

Chan’s co-star on a strike Rush Hour film series, Chris Tucker, congratulated him before introducing him on stage.

“Working with a vital fable was amazing. Everyday we couldn’t wait to come on set to work with Jackie Chan,” Tucker said. 

“It was only an honour operative with we … we done a lot of people rich, Jackie. A lot of people rich.” 

Chan also perceived congratulations for his endowment from other actors on Twitter.

“Congrats to my crony Jackie Chan on his illusory respect [sic] — after 200 movies, we positively merit this Oscar. You always inspire,” Arnold Schwarzenegger wrote.

We agree. It couldn’t have left to someone some-more deserving.

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