Jackie Chan’s business associates deny ending partnershipDecember 28th, 2007 - 2:40 pm ICT by admin
Washington, Dec 28 (ANI): Jackie Chan’s long-time business associates have dismissed speculations that they have ended their partnership with the actor.
Hong Kong and Chinese media have reported that Willie Chan and Solon So, the actors partners at JC Group, have resigned from their respective posts of CEO and senior VP.
However, So has shot down reports of a split, which could possibly destroy one of the longest partnerships in the Hong Kong film industry.
“Jackie Chan’s business is expanding. Apart from the entertainment side, there are restaurants, cafes and the distribution deal with Segway cars. There will be a further expansion, and the company will be hiring more people,” the Hollywood Reporter quoted So, as saying.
“Besides, Willie and I are producers of Jackie’s new film ‘The Shinjuku Incident,’ now in production,” he added.
The Rush Hour star, who was in Japan shooting Shinjuku, refused to comment on the reported split. (ANI)
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