The Rock battles a raging inferno and a gang of dangerous criminals in the Towering Inferno/Die Hard mash-up Skyscraper.
Separated as babies when their parents are killed, Chad and Alex Wagner reunite as adults to get revenge on the men responsible in Hong Kong.
Enlisted from prison by an international task force, former hacker Nick Hathaway has to help track a dangerous rogue hacker who is committing escalating cybercrimes around the globe.
After years of making historical Chinese epics, John Woo is back in the action/drama genre that made him famous with Manhunt, where a wrongfully accused prosecutor goes on a slow motion, dove filled run to escape a detective in pursuit.
Former soldier turned head of security for the Lucky Dragon casino in Hong Kong, Josh Randall has to go to war with gangsters who are looking to take the casino by any means necessary, including murder.
Hong Kong police inspector Chan Ka-Kui has taken on various criminals, and risked life and limb, in the four original Police Story movies.
Jackie Chan is a Hong Kong cop who has to get an American gambler (Johnny Knoxville) back to Macau so he can testify against a Chinese crime boss he witnessed murder a woman in the upcoming buddy action movie, Skiptrace.
Back in 2009, Chris Evans was fighting a different superpowered battle as telekinetic “mover”, Nick Gant in the movie Push.
CBS is rebooting Rush Hour this March with Justin Hires and John Foo taking over for Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan, but seemingly lacking both the action chops and the comedy chemistry of their predecessors.
Tony Jaa leads the sequel to SPL: Kill Zone, which came out in 2005, as a prison guard who gets roped into an insane criminal plot to try and save his daughter.