Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, Rush Hour

New Line Cinema

The Rush Hour 4 guessing game marches on.

Even though Jackie Chan has announced that he's retiring from action movies, his Rush Hour costar Chris Tucker is pretty confident that they'll make a fourth installment of their hit comedy franchise.

"It's going to be a lot of fun," Tucker told me the other night at the Silver Linings Playbook screening in L.A. "I hope it happens. We need to do one more."

The first Rush Hour hit theaters in 1998 followed by a second in 2001 and the last one in 2007. Brett Ratner directed all three.

"I just want us to be free and do our thing," Tucker said. "I love working with Jackie, being around Jackie. Stuff just happens when we're together."

Chan said in May that after 100 films, Chinese Zodiac would be his last because he was getting too old for the action stunts and wasn't happy how violent movies have become.

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