New Trailer for Jackie Chan’s sci-fi actioner ‘Bleeding Steel’

"Bleeding Steel" Chinese Teaser Poster

“Bleeding Steel” Chinese Teaser Poster

In addition to the upcoming thriller, The Foreignerand a small part in Journey to China – not to mention the newly announced Five Against a Bullet and Ex-Baghdad – the legendary Jackie Chan is tapping into the sci-fi genre with Bleeding Steel, a big budget actioner written and directed by Leo Zhang (Chrysanthemum to the Beast).

In Bleeding Steel, Chan stars as a hardened special forces agent who fights to protect a young woman from a sinister criminal gang. At the same time, he feels a special connection to the young woman, like they met in a different life.

The film also stars Show Luo (The Mermaid), Nana Ouyang, Erica Xia-Hou, Tess Haubrich (Alien: Covenant) and Callan Mulvey (Beyond Skyline).

Bleeding Steel hits theaters on December 22, 2017. Watch the film’s New Trailer below:

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15 Responses to New Trailer for Jackie Chan’s sci-fi actioner ‘Bleeding Steel’

  1. ColinJ says:

    I was in the JC fan club back when he was shooting MR. NICE GUY here in Australia, so we got to visit the set for the day when he was shooting in the Hunter Valley. Back then it was just called A NICE GUY, which is why Gabrielle Fitzpatrick say that in the movie..

    Got meet Sammo and Richard Norton, and we all went out for dinner with Jackie and some of his stunt team that night (including Mars!).

    Good times.

  2. Dan says:

    My God, even at 62 there’s no slowing the man down!

    P.S. Mars is awesome. Guy doesn’t get nearly enough credit for all the insane stunts he’s done.

  3. hank says:

    So I think Railroad Tigers will be awesome. The Foreigner will be a competent thriller, hopefully as good as the director’s fantastic Bond movies. Kung Fu Yoga and Skip trace look straight up embarrassing. I hope I’m wrong and they’re loads of fun. This…well, should be interesting! At least Jackie is doing lots of different kinds of films. He should continue to seek out directors like Ding Sheng who is an auteur that also knows how to use an older Chan to great effect. I love guys like Renny Harlin or Stanley Tong, but Jackie seems to old now to fit their style of filmmaking (big, dumb, all about the action.) He can still pull off some great moves/stunts, but at 62 that’s not enough to captivate an audience for 90-120 minutes. Now, he needs to find better films to surround his action scenes.

  4. Sharon L Walsh says:

    I don’t care what it is or what it’s about, if it’s got Jackie, I WILL see it.He’s always been my favorite MA actor for his charm and wit. 🙂

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  6. Cans says:

    sigh no mention of Show Lo in any major sites yet.
    But nevermind that, i am so proud that he made it into this film.
    Always been an amazing singer/dance/comedian/host.
    And now finally a debut to the international stage!! Go luo zhi xiang!! Love from Australia!!

  7. BC Grace Sullano says:

    Jiayou Show Lo..looking forward for your new big project…now going to real action movie..you’ve proven your capabilities as an actor ..And now,,to be with one of my favorite Chinese actor Jackie Chan ,I am surely that this movie will be record breaking.. 2017 is such a great year for you again..and this movie could be the best gift that you could given to your fans this Christmas..
    ———Fans from Philippines

  8. john Jackson says:

    Worked with him in Rumble in 95 and working the last two days with him on Steel, 21 years since last time we worked together and still a funny guy! Couldn’t believe he remembered me when he arrived on set yesterday, trying to convince me to come work in China. The man is a truly class act human being, total respect for the guy!

  9. Rico says:

    Been a fan of jackie since his early work and never stopped being a fan, but skiptrace was just awful…totaly no chemistry between the 2 leads, the story was ridiculous and even jackie’s fighting and stunts were below par…

    Lets hope there will never be a part2 to that movie.

  10. Paul Bramhall says:

    I almost feel embarrassed to say that, prior to the trailer being released, I was actually pretty curious about this one, & tentatively hopeful we’d get something a little different. Less than 10 seconds into the trailer & it’s safe to say those hopes are dashed. This looks completely awful.

  11. Kiril Valkov says:

    It is a different project for Chan, however some CGI explosions and obscure trailer doesn’t set my hopes high (or at least too high) at this point. Surely Jackie wishes to experiment with his acting persona and tries to deliver different films, but in this one I hardly ever felt the sci-fi vibe. It looks like something in the veins of Soldier with Kurt Russel, but on a smaller scale, it has a high contrast between some scenes and while I’m sure it will bring some nice action pieces it doesn’t shine from the rest of the titles released or yet to be released. I’ve enjoyed Railroad Tigers, hated Kung fu Yoga and remained somewhat neutral towards Skiptrace, I have a bit of hype for The Foreigner and I still think that the best is yet to come 🙂

  12. Dan says:

    Hmmmm….not sure what to think about the new trailer. It had some cool stuff but also a bunch of goofy bits. It reminded me a little bit of City Hunter which is never a good thing.

  13. Kyle Warner says:

    What… the hell. That trailer was so much weirder than I expected. Some of it looks cool, more of it looks silly, and it all looks completely bonkers. Jackie Chan vs. a vampire soldier from The Strain and some reject from Street Fighter or something. Love the bizarre delivery of the film’s title by the TV host. I think I’m actually looking forward to this.

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