Jackie Chan receives an Honorary Oscar Award 2016

Jackie Chan receives an Honorary Oscar Award 2016

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Jackie Chan receives an Honorary Award at the 2016 Governors Awards

Jackie Chan Finally Gets Honorary Oscar After 5 Decades And 200 Movies.

LOS ANGELES — When Jackie Chan saw an Oscar at Sylvester Stallone’s home 23 years prior, he said that was the minute he chose he needed one.

On Saturday (Nov 12), at the yearly Governors Grants, the Chinese on-screen character and hand to hand fighting star at last got his little gold statuette, a privileged Oscar for his many years of work in film.

“Following 56 years in the film business, making more than 200 movies, after such a large number of bones, at last,” Chan, 62, jested at the ritzy occasion supper while holding his Oscar.

The on-screen character viewed the service with his folks and his dad continually asking him for what valid reason he didn’t have Hollywood’s top honor in spite of having made such a variety of films.

He lauded the place where he grew up Hong Kong for doing right by him “to be Chinese,” and expressed gratitude toward his fans, saying they were the reason “I keep on making motion pictures, hopping through windows, kicking and punching, breaking my bones”.

The performing artist was presented by his Surge Hour co-star Chris Tucker, on-screen character Michelle Yeoh and Tom Hanks, who alluded to him as “Jackie “Chantastic” Chan”.

Hanks said it was particularly satisfying to have the capacity to recognize Chan’s work since combative technique and activity comic drama movies were two classifications regularly ignored amid honors season.

The Foundation of Movies Expressions and Sciences, hosts of the yearly function, additionally gave privileged Oscars on English film editorial manager Anne V. Coates, throwing executive Lynn Stalmaster and productive documentarian Frederick Wiseman.

The night was gone to by Hollywood’s first class, including Denzel Washington, Lupita Nyong’o, Nicole Kidman, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Amy Adams and Dev Patel. REUTERS

 

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