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John Woo Net Worth

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John Woo Biography

John Woo Net Value: John Woo is a Hong Kong film director, writer and maker who includes a net worthy of of $60 million dollars. born 1 May 1946) is normally a Hong Kong film director, article writer, and maker. He debuted as a film director in the 1974 Kung Fu film offering Jackie Chan titled ‘The Crimson Dragons’. Early Lifestyle (Childhood): John Woo was from the center class family members born in Guangzhou, China. Woo’s career beginnings time back again to 1969 when he was employed as a script supervisor at Cathay Studios. 3 years afterwards, he continuing to hone his directing abilities as an associate director at Shaw Studios, working beneath the tutorship of observed director Chang Cheh. He finally got the opportunity to make his directorial debut in 1974 with the movie The Youthful Dragons. He provides since directed many notable Hong Kong actions films, among them, AN IMPROVED Tomorrow (1986), The Killer (1989), Hard Boiled (1992) and Red Cliff (2009). For the time being, he successfully were able to pursue a Hollywood profession creating features like Hard Focus on (1993), Broken Arrow (1996), Encounter/Off (1997) and Objective: Difficult II (2000). Furthermore, he was the creator of the comic series Seven Brothers, released by Virgin Comics in 2006. Produced on a grand level, it is his initial film in China since he emigrated from Hong Kong to america in 1993. Who’s John Woo: John Woo is among the famous directors and manufacturers from Hong Kong. He in addition has set up himself as a article writer. His childhood times was sort of bad because after that, China was moving through civil battle. Born Wu Yu-Sheng on October 1946, in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, he acquired vital acclaim as a global Chinese film director and maker, especially for his impact on the actions genre. He has main influence on actions genre. Interesting Specifics: John can be among the richest guy in Hong Kong and his net worthy of is approximately $60 million. His film “AN IMPROVED Tomorrow” broke all container office information in Hong Kong in 1986. Personal Lifestyle: John is a wedded guy, he wedded Annie Woo Ngau Chun-lung from in 1976. The few seems happy with one another and their relation appears to be very strong. They possess three children together. Accomplishment: He provides been nominated in a large amount prestigious awards and in addition has won a few of them plus some of the awards he provides gained are Asian Film a lot more, Awards and Dvd movie Exclusive Awards. His Hollywood films are the action movies Hard Focus on (1993) and Damaged Arrow (1996), the sci-fi actions thriller Face/Off (1997) and the actions spy film Mission: Difficult II (2000). He’s one director which has successfully combined actions and comedy in films till time. A director, producer, article writer, and editor, John Woo is normally most more popular for his make of “operatic” action movies. He is considered a significant influence on the actions genre, known for his extremely chaotic actions sequences, Mexican standoffs, and frequent usage of slow movement. Woo has directed many notable Hong Kong actions films, among them, AN IMPROVED Tomorrow (1986), The Killer (1989), Hard Boiled (1992), and Crimson Cliff (2008/2009). Rumor: It really is rumored that he offers some trade tag in producing film and that is clearly a personality with gun in both of your hands. He also developed the comic series Seven Brothers, released by Virgin Comics. Woo cites his three preferred movies as David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia, Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai and Jean-Pierre Melville’s Le Samouraï. In 2008, Woo came back to Asian cinema with the completion of the epic battle film Red Cliff, predicated on an historical fight from Information of the Three Kingdoms. Although by the mid-1980s he experienced professional burnout, John Woo offers successfully re-founded himself in the film industry and went additional to cement his position as a significant director. Component 1 of the film premiered throughout Asia in July, 2008, to generally favourable reviews and solid attendance. Woo’s scriptwriting profession began dating back to 1969 when Cathy Studios employed him as their script supervisor at age 23.John Woo was offered a Golden Lion award for Life time Accomplishment at the Venice Film Event this year 2010. John Woo can be a Chinese-born Honk Kong film article writer, editor, director, and maker with around net worth of $60 million. The 63 calendar year old veteran film maker established fact for his action movies which were shot in Hong Kong,the united states and other areas of the world. A few of his best movies include: Mission Difficult 2, Encounter/Off, Hard Boiled, and AN IMPROVED Tomorrow. John Woo is normally one film maker whose movies transcends cultural and spiritual divides as he makes intercontinental films. The popular superstar magazine, ‘The Observer’ once defined him as the very best movie maker nowadays. Born May 1, 1946, John Woo may be among the pacesetters in the actions film series with the sort of hard core films he makes. Part 2 premiered in China in January, 2009. His movies, which have been stated in both Hong Kong and the united states, have already been hugely popular, you need to include such hits as, “AN IMPROVED Tomorrow”, “Hard Boiled”, “Encounter/Off”, and “Mission Difficult 2”. In 1977 he directed his first humor movie ‘Crazy Cash’ which ended up being a huge achievement. He migrated to the united states in 1993 and got a contract with General Studios to Immediate the film ‘ Hard Focus on’ which highlighted Jean Claude Van Damme. $60 Million: John Woo SBS (Ng Yu-Sum;


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Quick Facts

Full NamePeter Woo
Net Worth$60 Million
Date Of Birth1946, May 1, 1946, 1929
Height1.64 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Film producer, Film director, Actor, Film Editor
EducationSt Stephen's College, University of Cincinnati, Columbia Business School, Delia Memorial School (Matteo Ricci)
NationalityChinese
SpouseBessie Pao-Woo, Annie Woo Ngau Chun-lung
ChildrenDouglas Woo, Jennifer Woo, Jacqueline Woo, Angeles Woo, Oh Sang-side, WU Yi Fang, Francis Lui, Yiu Wah Alexander Lui, Lawrence Lui, Paddy Tang Lui Wai Yu
ParentsWu Zhuoyun
AwardsHong Kong Film Award for Best Director, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Film, Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement, Hong Kong Film Award for Best Film Editing, Saturn Award for Best Director, Asian Film Award for Top-Grossing Film Director
NominationsHong Kong Film Award for Best Screenplay, Asian Film Award for Best Director, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Gemini Award for Best Direction in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television Award for Best Dramatic Series
MoviesThe Killer, Hard Boiled, A Better Tomorrow, Face/Off, Red Cliff, The Crossing, Hard Target, Mission: Impossible II, Bullet in the Head, A Better Tomorrow II, Once a Thief, Broken Arrow, Paycheck, Reign of Assassins, Heroes Shed No Tears, Windtalkers, Just Heroes, Last Hurrah for Chivalry, Hand of Death, Red Cliff II, The Crossing 2, The Replacement Killers, Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale, Bulletproof Monk, A Better Tomorrow III, All the Invisible Children, Appleseed Ex Machina, Laughing Times, The Dragon Tamers, The Robinsons: Lost in Space, Blood Brothers, The Founding of a Party, Yang ± Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema, Blackjack, The Founding of a Republic, Ark, The Hire: Hostage, Plain Jane To The Rescue, Money Crazy, Princess Chang Ping, From Riches to Rags, Follow the Star, Run, Tiger, Run


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 He was asked to direct GoldenEye (1995). He turned it down, but was honored to be asked.
2 Despite the intense gunfighting in his films, he claims that in real-life he has a pacifist temperament and does not even own a gun.
3 Brandon Lee wanted him to direct Rapid Fire (1992) but the producers were strongly against it, as they wanted a martial arts film and not the stylized films that Woo made.
4 He has never owned a car.
5 His family's roots are in Guangxi in southern China.
6 Lives in Pacific Palisades, California.
7 Is production partners with Terence Chang.
8 French director Jean-Pierre Melville has had the most influence on Woo; he based his film The Killer (1989) ("The Killer") on Le Samouraï (1967).
9 He uses doves as a symbolic device. They represent the character's soul as being saved.
10 He is the fifth Chinese director after Hark Tsui to join the board of judges for Cannes Film Festival (the 58th, in 2005).
11 Two of his films are listed in the Hong Kong Film Awards' List of The Best 100 Chinese Motion Pictures on March 2005. They are The Killer (1989) and A Better Tomorrow (1986) (ranking 42 and 2, respectively).
12 His film The Killer (1989) ("The Killer") (alongside City on Fire (1987) (City on Fire) by Ringo Lam) was one of the inspirations for Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs (1992). Although the plot came from "City on Fire", a lot of the style of "Reservoir Dogs" (e.g., the suits, the Mexican standoffs, the double guns) came from "The Killer" as well as Woo's work in general.
13 When trying to convince Universal to get him to direct Hard Target (1993), Jean-Claude Van Damme championed Woo as "the Martin Scorsese of Asia".
14 He is the first Asian director ever to make a mainstream Hollywood film (Hard Target (1993)).
15 Woo's many American admirers include the likes of Martin Scorsese, Sam Raimi (who compared his mastery of action to Alfred Hitchcock's mastery of suspense) and Quentin Tarantino (who, replying to a studio executive saying "I suppose Woo can direct action scenes" said "Sure, and Michelangelo can paint ceilings!").
16 First job was working for Shaw Brothers studios as an assistant director to Cheh Chang. Martin Scorsese and Sam Peckinpah are his favorite directors.
17 Trademark: Birds: Many Woo films include slow-motion sequences of birds (usually doves)


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Frequent use of slow motion
2 Final confrontations often take place near the ocean
3 Birthmark on the dorsum of his nose
4 His lead characters, whether good or bad, always have a code of conduct which includes a strict vow never to harm or kill innocent people. In many of his films, these lead characters often fight against villains with no such code who freely kill innocent people without remorse.
5 Often puts the opponents in his movies in verbal confrontation in different parts of a room, usually seperated by a wall or other object.
6 Berettas are mainly used as the main character's gun in his movies
7 Frequently uses unusual weapons to change the course of hand-to-hand combat scenes.
8 His characters often mimic the actions of other their counterparts, typically accompanied by flashbacks of those scenes.
9 [thrown gun]: One character throws a gun to another character
10 [guns]: "Mexican Standoff", involving two characters pointing guns at each others heads. Also mimicked by Quentin Tarantino
11 [reflection]: characters are often alerted to danger by seeing a reflection
12 [guns]: characters often use a gun in each hand
13 Slow motion or freeze-frame sequences
14 Since making films in the U.S., Woo has started to use doves as a symbol for peace in his films. They are often pictured flying away as the shooting begins.
15 Scenes of hyperkinetic, chereographed action
16 Frequently works with Yun-Fat Chow
17 Uses pleasant music that heavily contrasts with some of the more violent action on screen.


Quotes

#Quote
1 [on working with Jean-Claude Van Damme] That's a long story. About five or six years ago, I got many offers from Hollywood studios. The producer and script writers [for Hard Target (1993)] flew to Hong Kong to see me and they asked me to do the picture. [Van Damme was being considered to star.] Van Damme wanted a change, he wanted to prove himself as an actor. And he asked me to do the film. I thought I could do some magic. I know myself; I'm pretty sure of my abilities of how to make an actor look great on the screen, make him look like a hero. I thought I could do the same thing with Van Damme, like how I used to do with Yun-Fat Chow. So I wanted to help him. At the same time, I wanted a new experience, of working in Hollywood, so I took the chance and chose to do Hard Target (1993). The original script was pretty good. And I did try to do the things that I did with Yun-Fat Chow and tried to make Van Damme look different.
2 [on Dolph Lundgren] Directors have generally overlooked Dolph's great sense of humor. He's very funny.
3 [on Mean Streets (1973)] I saw this film before I directed my first movie. Even after I directed my first movie, I didn't have much confidence. I must confess, I think I started a little too young. I should have learned more. I started with some kung-fu movies and comedies. After I watched "Mean Streets", it made me feel ashamed--"Why don't I make a movie like that? Tell a true story?"
4 [on Akira Kurosawa] I love Kurosawa's movies, and I got so much inspiration from him. He is one of my idols and one of the great masters.
5 [on his childhood living in a Hong Kong slum] I had to fight to survive. Whenever I got beat up, I got upset, I also ran into the theater to watch a movie. But I have a very strong character, I never surrender, I [am] never afraid, no matter how big they are, how cruel they are, they never beat me down. I didn't have money. I just sneaked in or watched the movie from the peephole. I have found my heaven in musicals. When I watch a musical, it makes me believe life is still beautiful. There are still a lot of beautiful people in the world. So I like the costumes, I love the song, I love all those smiles, I love those dance. In theater I found my heaven.
6 [on working in Hollywood] Even though I enjoyed the opportunity to work in Hollywood, I never got used to their system. I didn't like much of the studio people. Well, there are too much politics and so much going on, and a lot of them have nothing to do with the movie. It's all about power, it's all about egos.
7 [on Tom Cruise] When he talks, he has so much energy it's almost like he's dancing. So I used that to choreograph his action scenes.
8 I like doves. They look so beautiful, like a woman. For me they represent peace and love and purity. And sometimes they're seen as the messengers of God, so they're important to me because I'm a Christian.
9 I'm not a master; I'm just a hard-working filmmaker. I would like everyone to see me as a friend rather than a master.


Pictures

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Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 Samurai Award Tokyo International Film Festival
2012 UNESCO Award Asia Pacific Screen Awards Sai de ke · ba lai: Tai yang qi (2011) Te-Sheng Wei (director)

Terence Chang (producer)

Chih-ming Huang (producer)
2012 UNESCO Award Asia Pacific Screen Awards Sai de ke · ba lai: Tai yang qi (2011) Te-Sheng Wei (director)

Terence Chang (producer)

Chih-ming Huang (producer)
2010 Asian Film Award Asian Film Awards Top-Grossing Film Director Chi bi Part II: Jue zhan tian xia (2009) Terence Chang
2010 Career Golden Lion Venice Film Festival
2009 Huabiao Film Award Huabiao Film Awards Outstanding Abroad Director Chi bi (2008)
2009 Outstanding Contribution to Chinese Cinema Shanghai International Film Festival
2003 DVD Premiere Award DVD Exclusive Awards Best Internet Video Premiere Hostage (2002)
2001 Action Movie Director Award World Stunt Awards
1998 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Director Face/Off (1997)
1997 Jupiter Award Jupiter Award Best International Film Face/Off (1997)
1997 Jupiter Award Jupiter Award Best International Director Face/Off (1997)
1997 Jury Grand Prize Sweden Fantastic Film Festival Face/Off (1997)
1993 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Film Editing Lat sau san taam (1992) David Wu

Kit-Wai Kai

Ah-Chik
1992 Best Editing Asia-Pacific Film Festival Lat sau san taam (1992)
1991 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Film Editing Die xue jie tou (1990)
1990 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Director Dip huet seung hung (1989)
1987 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Picture Ying hung boon sik (1986) Hark Tsui
1986 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Director Ying hung boon sik (1986)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2010 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Film Chi bi Part II: Jue zhan tian xia (2009) Terence Chang (producer)
2010 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Director Chi bi Part II: Jue zhan tian xia (2009)
2009 Asian Film Award Asian Film Awards Best Director Chi bi (2008)
2009 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Director Chi bi (2008)
1998 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Dramatic Series Once a Thief (1996) Terence Chang

William Laurin

Wendy Grean

Glenn Davis
1994 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Director Hard Target (1993)
1992 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Director Zong heng si hai (1991)
1992 Best Film Mystfest Lat sau san taam (1992)
1991 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Director Die xue jie tou (1990)
1990 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Yong chuang tian xia (1990)
1990 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Film Editing Die xue jie tou (1990)
1990 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Screenplay Dip huet seung hung (1989)
1987 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Director Ying hung boon sik (1986)
1987 Hong Kong Film Award Hong Kong Film Awards Best Screenplay Ying hung boon sik (1986)
1986 Golden Horse Award Golden Horse Film Festival Best Feature Film Ying hung boon sik (1986)


Filmography

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Nanjing 1937 1995 producer
He ping fan dian 1995 producer
Die xue jie tou 1990 producer
A Better Tomorrow III: Love and Death in Saigon 1989 producer
Ying xiong wu lei 1986 producer
A Better Tomorrow 1986 producer
Zhua gui te gong dui 1985 producer
Gu lian hua 1985 producer
Liang zhi lao hu 1985 producer
Nuts! 2016/II Short executive producer
7 Brothers 2011 TV Series executive producer
Sai de ke · ba lai: Cai hong qiao 2011 producer
Sai de ke · ba lai: Tai yang qi 2011 producer
A Better Tomorrow 2010 executive producer
Jian yu 2010 producer
Yao tiao shen shi 2009 supervising producer
Chi bi: Jue zhan tian xia 2009 producer
Red Cliff 2008 chief producer / producer
Appleseed Ex Machina 2007 producer
Tian tang kou 2007 producer
Stranglehold 2007 Video Game producer
The Glass Beads 2005 Short producer
The Robinsons: Lost in Space 2004 TV Movie executive producer
Paycheck 2003 producer
Bulletproof Monk 2003 producer
Red Skies 2002 TV Movie executive producer
Windtalkers 2002 producer
Blackjack 1998 TV Movie executive producer
The Big Hit 1998 executive producer
The Replacement Killers 1998 executive producer
Once a Thief: Family Business 1998 TV Movie executive producer
Once a Thief: Brother Against Brother 1997 TV Movie executive producer
Once a Thief 1996 TV Series executive producer - 1997-1998
Once a Thief 1996 TV Movie executive producer
Lang man feng bao 1996 executive producer / producer

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Manhunt 2017 filming
Baat Bou Bun announced
The Crossing 2 2015
The Crossing 2014/I
Chi bi: Jue zhan tian xia 2009
Red Cliff 2008
Stranglehold 2007 Video Game
All the Invisible Children 2005 segment "Song Song and Little Cat"
The Robinsons: Lost in Space 2004 TV Movie
Paycheck 2003
Hostage 2002 Short
Windtalkers 2002
Mission: Impossible II 2000
Blackjack 1998 TV Movie
Face/Off 1997
Once a Thief 1996 TV Movie
Broken Arrow 1996
Hard Target 1993
Hard Boiled 1992
Zong heng si hai 1991
Die xue jie tou 1990
Just Heroes 1989
The Killer 1989
A Better Tomorrow II 1987
Ying xiong wu lei 1986
A Better Tomorrow 1986
Liang zhi lao hu 1985
Xiao jiang 1985
Ba cai Lin Ya Zhen 1982
Mo deng tian shi 1982
Hua ji shi dai 1981
Qian zuo guai 1980
Last Hurrah for Chivalry 1979
Ha luo, ye gui ren 1978
Da sha xing yu xiao mei tou 1978
Fa qian han 1977
Shao Lin men 1976 as Wu Yu Sheng
Dinü hua 1976 as Yusen Wu
Nu zi tai quan qun ying hui 1975 as Wu Yu-shen
Tie han rou qing 1974
Accidentaly 1968 Short
Sijie 1968 Short co-director

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Manhunt 2017 filming
A Better Tomorrow 2010 original screenplay
Chi bi: Jue zhan tian xia 2009 screenplay
Red Cliff 2008 screenplay
Once a Thief: Family Business 1998 TV Movie based on the film by
Once a Thief: Brother Against Brother 1997 TV Movie based on the film by
Hard Boiled 1992 story
Zong heng si hai 1991 screenplay / story
Die xue jie tou 1990
The Killer 1989 written by
A Better Tomorrow II 1987
Ying xiong wu lei 1986
A Better Tomorrow 1986 written by
Xiao jiang 1985 screenplay
Ba cai Lin Ya Zhen 1982 screenplay
Mo deng tian shi 1982
Hua ji shi dai 1981
Qian zuo guai 1980 screenplay / story
Last Hurrah for Chivalry 1979
Ha luo, ye gui ren 1978 writer
Da sha xing yu xiao mei tou 1978 writer
Fa qian han 1977
Shao Lin men 1976
Dinü hua 1976 as Yusen Wu
Nu zi tai quan qun ying hui 1975
Tie han rou qing 1974
Sijie 1968 Short as Ng Yu Chen

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hollywood's Best Film Directors 2014 TV Series
Jian dang wei ye 2011 Lin Sen
Jian guo da ye 2009 Liu Wenhui (scenes deleted)
Team-Up: John Woo and Shinji Aramaki 2008 Video short
Stranglehold 2007 Video Game Mr. Woo (voice)
Yit huet jui keung 1997 Police Chief
Hard Boiled 1992 Mr. Woo (uncredited)
Twin Dragons 1992 Priest (as John Wu)
Hao men ye yan 1991 Man on Stairs
Zong heng si hai 1991 Stanley Wu (uncredited)
Yong chuang tian xia 1990 Kwong
Die xue jie tou 1990 Policeman
Jin ye xing guang can lan 1988 Father Fan
Tie jia wu di Ma Li Ya 1988
Heng cai san qian wan 1987 Ling's Husband
A Better Tomorrow 1986 Inspector Wu
Gu lian hua 1985
Ba cai Lin Ya Zhen 1982 John Wu
Qian zuo guai 1980
Shen tou miao tan shou duo duo 1979
Da sha xing yu xiao mei tou 1978 Miss Chen's father
Shao Lin men 1976 Scholar Cheng
Tie han rou qing 1974
Man zhou ren 1973
Accidentaly 1968 Short Young Man
Sijie 1968 Short Young Artist

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chu ba 1973 assistant director - as Wu Yu Shen
Man zhou ren 1973 assistant director - as Yu-Shen Wu
Ci Ma 1973 assistant director - as Wu Yu Shen
Si qi shi 1972 assistant director - as Wu Yu Shen
Nian qing ren 1972 assistant director
Jin tian bu shang ke 1972 assistant director - as Yu-shen Wu
The Water Margin 1972 assistant director - as Yu Sheng Wu
Boxer from Shantung 1972 assistant director

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chi bi: Jue zhan tian xia 2009 presenter
Red Cliff 2008 presenter
The Replacement Killers 1998 advisor - uncredited / technical consultant - uncredited
American Cinema 1995 TV Series documentary title designer
Ban jin ba liang 1976 planner - as John Y.S. Woo

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hard Boiled 1992
Die xue jie tou 1990
Mo deng tian shi 1982

Camera Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Yao tiao shen shi 2009 camera operator
Ying hung jing juen 1986 action unit photography

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Industry 2015 TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
Nosferatu vs. Father Pipecock & Sister Funk 2014 special thanks
The Prisoners Dilemma 2012 Short special thanks
The Suppressor 2011 special thanks
Calibre 9 2011 dedicatee
Crank Up 2010 Short dedicatee
Vixen Highway 2006: It Came from Uranus! 2010 special thanks
Little Red Riding Hood 2009/I Video short special thanks
Jian guo da ye 2009 special thanks
Heroic Bloodshed 2008 Short in tribute to
Ten Dead Men 2008 inspiration, thanks and love to the works of
Wings of Defeat 2007 Documentary special thanks
Street of Pain 2003 Short special thanks
Chow Yun-Fat Goes Hollywood 2001 Video documentary short special thanks
Psycho 1998 special thanks
Diablo 1996 Video Game thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ken San 2016 Documentary Himself
Kurosawa's Way 2011 Documentary Himself
At the Movies 2010 TV Series Himself
A Moment in Time 2010 Documentary Himself
Charlie Rose 2009 TV Series Himself - Guest
Secret's Out 2009 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Rotten Tomatoes Show 2009 TV Series Himself - Director
How Bruce Lee Changed the World 2009 TV Movie documentary Himself
World Film Report 2009 TV Series Himself
Bokura no jidai 2008 TV Series Himself
John Woo: A Life in Pictures 2007 Video short Himself
The Light and the Dark: The Making of 'Face/Off' 2007 Video documentary Himself
Mission: Remarkable - 40 Years of Creating the Impossible 2006 Video documentary short Himself
Le grand journal de Canal+ 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
Chang Cheh & le sabreur manchot 2005 Video documentary short Himself
From Hong Kong to Hollywood: The Making of John Woo 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself
L'art de la guerre 2004 Video documentary short Himself
Remembering the Future: Paycheck & the Worlds of Philip K. Dick 2004 TV Movie documentary Himself
Paycheck: Designing the Future 2004 Video documentary short Himself
Retrofitting 'Paycheck' 2004 Video documentary short Himself
Tempting Fate: The Stunts of 'Paycheck' 2004 Video documentary short Himself
Tinseltown TV 2003 TV Series Himself
The Code Talkers: A Secret Code of Honor 2003 Video documentary short Himself
Windtalkers: Fly-On-the-Set Scene Diaries 2003 Video documentary short Himself
Biography 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
Chop Socky: Cinema Hong Kong 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself
Cinema Hong Kong: Wu Xia 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself
John Woo: Bullet in the Plate 2002 Documentary Himself
The Art of Action: Martial Arts in Motion Picture 2002 TV Movie documentary Himself - Interviewee
Hollywood Salutes Nicolas Cage: An American Cinematheque Tribute 2002 TV Special Himself
+ de cinéma 2001 TV Series documentary short Himself
2001 ABC World Stunt Awards 2001 TV Special Himself
Mission: Improbable 2000 TV Short Himself
Behind the Mission: The Making of 'M:I-2' 2000 Video documentary short Himself
M:I-2 Impossible Shots 2000 Video documentary short Himself
M:I-2 Mission Incredible 2000 Video short Himself
2000 MTV Movie Awards 2000 TV Special documentary Himself
The RDA 2000 TV Series Himself
Kurosawa: The Last Emperor 1999 TV Movie documentary Himself
1998 MTV Movie Awards 1998 TV Special Himself
Making of 'Blackjack' 1998 Video short Himself
Jackie Chan: My Story 1998 Video documentary Himself
Naamsaang-neuiseung 1998 Documentary
The 50th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards 1998 TV Special Himself
Nulle part ailleurs 1997 TV Series Himself
HBO First Look 1996 TV Series documentary short Himself
Cinema of Vengeance 1994 Documentary Himself (uncredited)

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Rémy Julienne: 50 ans de cascades 2013 TV Movie documentary Himself
American Masters 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
Jackie Chan: Fast, Funny and Furious 2002 Video documentary Himself
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