Jackie Chan's Auto-Biography Released in English for the First Time

By That's, January 8, 2019

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Marshal arts master Jackie Chan released the English language version of his autobiography last month, shedding light on some of the darkest moments in the Hong Kong-born actor’s life. From totaling expensive cars daily, to throwing his son across the room and numerous affairs – with celebrities and prostitutes alike – Never Grow Up is all at once honest, blunt, remorseful and sincere. It’s safe to say watching Rush Hour just won’t feel quite the same anymore.

[Cover image via of IMDB]

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