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Джеки Чан: «Джейден Смит – реинкарнация моей души»

Вторник, 24 Августа 2010 г. 16:30 + в цитатник

Мировая премьера фильма «Карате-пацан» прошла на мексиканском курорте Канкун, в отеле The Ritz Carlton еще в июне

Вместе с исполнителем главной роли Джейденом Смитом приехали его родители-актеры – Уилл и Джада Смитт. Они были продюсерами этой картины, которая была подобрана для того, чтобы их талантливейший сын поднялся на следующую ступеньку голливудской лестницы.

Уилл и Джада Смит, Джейден Смит и его сестра-актриса Уиллоу, и Джеки Чан

Для этого они очень старались, и больше всех, конечно, сам Уилл. Он действительно очень одаренный ребенок, но, как известно, «Талант – это труд». Джеки Чан рассказывал, что у Джейдена есть еще один талант, скрытый от посторонних глаз – он может спать в любом месте. И очень часто в перерывах между сценами он заставал свою маленькую копию, по его собственному признанию, спящим в углу. Мама-Джада почти всегда была рядом. Она видела, как он вкалывает, понимала, что по-другому нельзя, но ей все-равно было очень жалко своего сына, который как вынужден работать с малых лет. Она спроашивала его :»Хочешь яблоко?» «Нет, не хочу», - отвечал Джейден. Через пять минут: «Хочешь, я тебе почищу-нарежу яблоко?» «Нет, мам, я же сказал, что я не хочу» Вооьщем, обычные разговоры любящей матери со своим ребенком.

В Канкуне Уилл и Джада держались в стороне, и не мешали Джедену, Джеки Чану и режиссеру Харольду Цварту давать интервью ни на красной дорожке, ни на пресс-конференции, ни во время интервью. Они почти целый день просидели на улице за столиком. Однако, потом подходили к журналистам и спрашивали, что они думают по поводу того, как Джейден дает интервью и вообще общается. Вообщем, классные люди.Я всегда к ним очень хорошо относилась, но однажды нам удалось с Джадой посидеть-поговорить обо всем на свете, и этот разговор произвел на меня огромное впечатление. Интервью с Джеки Чаном было опубликовано в «Труде» - Джеки Чан: «Хочу быть азиатским Робертом-Де Ниро» (оригинальное интервью на английском смотрите в конце этого поста).

А вам я предлагаю оригинальный вариант интервью Джеки Чана и Джейдана Смита. А также несколько моих фотографий, которые мне удалось сделать на красной дорожке мексиканской премьеры фильма в Канкуне.

Джеки Чан и Джейден Смит


Джеки Чан и Джейден Смит


Джейден Смит общается с ребятами


А это режиссер фильма Харольд Цварт

А теперь эксклюзив для читателей блога:
оригинальное интервью с Джеки Чаном и Джейденом Смитом

Q:  Jaden, Jackie said that he thinks you’re the next big action star.  Do you actually want to be the next big action star?  Do you want to keep doing kung-fu?

JADEN:  Yeah, most definitely.  I loved it, doing a lot of kung-fu.

Q:  What are you doing?

JACKIE:  I just organize.

Q:  Do you know how much Jackie’s body is falling apart, are you prepared for that, you know, in 20, 30 years time when everything hurts?

JADEN: 
I don’t know.  I mean, it’s going to be awhile until everything hurts on me.

JACKIE: 
I don’t think so.  These days, it’s not like the old days, especially in America.  They have a lot of money to make a movie and also, they have a lot of time.  Just like me, when I’m making in Beijing doing the filming, I have to take care of everybody not only him.  There are so many children.  I have to make sure everybody is safe, rehearsal, make sure.  In the old days, our time, we don’t have time, we don’t have money - quick, go.  No rehearsal.  Jump to the building, “okay, jump, poom, ouch” hospital and then okay.  We don’t care but this day, everybody care about children.  Take care of them.  So they were never like me.  Don’t worry but you have to call me up, pay me the same kind of money on the set to take care of you.

Q: 
What does motivate you to be an actor, to be a star?

JADEN:  It doesn’t take a lot.  I mean, this is what I want to do.

Q:  Since when?

JADEN:  Since I can remember.

Q:  Were you impressed or something memorable between the training with Jackie?  Any life lessons?

JADEN:  Jackie didn’t really train me in the beginning, Master Woo did.  So it’s different.  He started training me later on in the movie shoot.

JACKIE:  Master Woo is the one in Jackie Chan’s stunt team, the best one.

Q:  Did Jackie teach you some life lesson or anything?

JADEN:  Hmmm, not really.

Q:  Was that a disappointment?

JADEN: 
No.

JACKIE:  I teach him a lot of tricks.

Q:  You remade Karate Kid, which of your dad’s films would you like to remake it?

JADEN:  I’m not going to remake any of my dad’s films.

Q:  What’s your favorite one?

JADEN:  Maybe Hancock.

Q:
  Why Hancock?

JADEN:  Because I like that movie.

JACKIE:  He likes superhero.

Q:  The filming is most of the time all evening.  What do you both when you’re not shooting?

JACKIE:  Training.

Q: 
Really?

JACKIE:  Yes.

JADEN:  I also got some movies.

Q: 
You got the movies?  No, I mean, making a film, on the set?

JADEN: 
When I’m making a film and not shooting?  We usually shoot all the time.

JACKIE:  Training.  When he’s not training, school.  When he’s not in school, sleep.  He just sleeps.  Whenever on the corner then he lay down.

Q:  And you?

JACKIE:  I have to train everybody, make sure everybody is safe on the set.  When he sleeps, I talk to them in my hotel, talking to all my teams, what’s the things that make sense, story before everything, a lot of things you do.

Q:  If he reminds you of your childhood?

JACKIE:  Yes especially at filming time.  I sit there, watch him training then I really laugh at it inside.  That’s me 40 years ago when I’m making film.  The old teacher sit there just speak the same thing but now, I’m sitting there.  Wow, time goes fast.  One day, Jaden sit there and out there another Jaden.  You become a master.  Forty years later…

Q:  What impressed you most in Chin, food or…?

JADEN:  I didn’t really eat any food there.  I had burgers the whole time but it was fun there.

Q:  But you filmed with the sites and with the Wall and everything.

JADEN: 
I didn’t really get to see that much stuff.  I was working the whole time.

Q: 
But you got to do kung-fu on the Great Wall, you got to admit that’s pretty special.

JADEN: 
Yeah, but I was working the whole time.

Q:  Jackie, your own Twitter, how is it working out for you?

JACKIE:  Yeah, fun.

Q:  Do you actually do it yourself or do you have people?

JACKIE:  No, I speak.

Q:  Jaden, do you go on Twitter?

JADEN:  No, I don’t Twitter.

Q:  Why not?

JADEN:  I think I do but I don’t have like a personal Twitter.

Q: 
How did you get along with all the kids in the movie?

JADEN:  They were cool.  They don’t speak English but besides that we got along pretty well.

Q:  What’s the most difficult kung-fu scene or action in the movie?

JADEN:  The end scenes are the most difficult scenes.

Q:  What’s the most difficult action scene?

JACKIE: 
For me?  Action scene, no.  The car scene, the brick scene, the English, ohhh.  I mean, practice, practice from beginning of the movie, I already practiced.  The day come, I’m so nervous.

JADEN:
  And then they ended up changing all the lines.

JACKIE:  That drives me crazy.

Q:  Jaden, you’re quite young to carry such a big film on your shoulders.  Does it make you feel nervous or anxious, not at all?

JADEN: 
No.

Q: 
You have a lot of self confidence do you think?

JADEN: 
Yeah.

Q:  Was there anything scary because some of the boys seem a little bit older than you, with fights and everything?

JADEN:  Yeah, but they were good.  I mean we had practice fights so we were good.

Q:  Did you eat together?

JADEN: 
With the boys?

Q:  Yeah.

JADEN: 
Sometimes.

Q: Is your dad very strict?

JADEN:  No, not at all.  The rules aren’t very strict at my house.

Q:  You have one child, a son?

JACKIE:
  Yes, son. I trained him everyday.  He don’t like martial arts.  He said, “Dad, no matter what I do I cannot be better than you.  People will say, how good is your dad.  I don’t be like Bruce Lee son.  I want to be myself.”  That’s why he learned music.  Now he’s a composer, singer.  Then he said, “Even I’m a terrible singer, I’m better than you.”  I say, “Okay.” He’s different.  He writes his own songs.  He plays music.  He’s a composer and everything.

Q: 
Were you disappointed that he did not follow in your footsteps?

JACKIE: 
No.  I think he’s clever.  Yeah, I think he’s clever. Now, his record, just number one sales in Taiwan right now.  He has a movie. Number 1 box office in Hong Kong.  I say you’re lucky because Karate Kid haven’t been released yet.

Q:  What’s his name?

JACKIE:  Jaycee.  It’s my initial J.C.

Q:
  Did you infect your family with your training?  Are they joining you now?

JADEN:  No.

Q:  Not your sister?

JADEN:  My sister comes in my training class and she interrupts me a lot of times.  None of them are really joining.

Q:  You don’t want them to anyway.

JADEN:  No, like they should.

Q:
  Where you ever beaten up or did you ever beat anyone up in real life?

JADEN:  No.

Q:  Which is the superhero [inaudible 8:44] and your favorite superhero for [inaudible 8:46]?

JACKIE:  Me?  I really like Superman, if one day I can be a Superman because lately for the last 20 years, I do a lot of charity like earthquake and tsunami.  I went there, I was just useless.  I cannot do anything.  If at that time, I was Superman, I can suck the water and move the ground.  Superman is my hero.

Q: 
And you Jaden which is your superhero?

JADEN:  I’d like to be, I don’t know, Spiderman.

Q:  Why?

JADEN: 
So I can just…

JACKIE:  Spiderman moves so slow.

JADEN: 
He moves fast.

JACKIE:  No.  Superman is fast.  He can go around the world.  He can change time.  Spiderman only can phhsshooowww not that long.

JADEN:  He goes pretty fast.

Q:  Jackie, there was a talk that you were going to be part of an Indian superhero film with [inaudible 9:50].  He made the announcement.

JACKIE: 
We’ve been talking about it for a long time.  Somehow, we tried to help him doing a location.  I cannot remember is it the same company, I don’t know.  When the location scouts somehow they ran out of money.

Q:
  Yeah?

JACKIE: 
Not, some other [inaudible 10:12] talk to me about the movie. Then my manager just keep talking.

Q:
So it didn’t happen?

JACKIE:
  I don’t know.  They’re still negotiating right now.  I don’t know.

Q:  You’ve actually said that the next movie you’re kind of making directing yourself is going to be your last big action film?  Do you still plan on making movies after that?

JACKIE:
  Because for the last 10 years, I’ve been changing – if you’re following Asia film, then you know what I’m doing.  I’m doing new Police Story, Rob-B-Hood; all drama, drama, drama.  Slowly, people think, “Oh Jackie change.”  No.  As soon as they say I changed, I’ll do a big action film.  I know it’s tough but I would do for my last big action.  It doesn’t mean I’m not fighting anymore just like Karate Kid, once scene.  I mean, big action is a lot of action chasing, you know, all the stunts.

Q:  In Asia we see lots of movies with Jackie Chan style but in Hollywood, it looks difficult to bring Jackie Chan style because [inaudible 11:23] how was Karate Kid?

JACKIE: 
Yeah, so that’s why, whenever I go, I’m thanking Will Smith, thank you Sony, they trust me.  Hire Jackie, pay this kind of money, okay don’t fight.  I’m so, “hahaha.”  No fighting only one small fighting.  Usually in Hollywood big studio they hire Jackie, Rush Hour 5, Rush Hour 4, you’re all Rush Hour.  No, I want to change.  Sometimes, I want to change.  You’re boring.  You’re doing the same thing.

Q: 
Pat Morita was nominated for an Oscar for the original Karate Kid, did you start to think about that possibility?

JACKIE: 
Never.  I never think about it.  Every movie I make, for the movie for the audience.  I never think about I make that movie for the Oscar for anything, nothing.  I do my best.  If Oscar nominates, it’s my bonus.  Nothing, I’m happy because there are so many people like it.  A lot of children watching even the credit, “Jackie you change, Oh good.”  I’m proof myself already.

Q: 
Jaden, have you been fond of Jackie’s movies?

JADEN:  Oh yeah. I really like some of his beginning movies, Drunken Master.  I like a lot of his movies.  It’s really cool.

Q: 
You used to play like the student part and now you play the master.  You’re older or other background, what do you think about the experience playing the master?


JACKIE: 
Just like I say before, when I’m making the movie, I look at Jaden, that’s me.  Then times goes fast, wow, now I’m sitting here becoming a master.

Q: 
Do you like it?

JACKIE:
  Yeah, what I can do.  Like first day, when first time when Will called me about the Karate Kid, remake the Karate Kid made in China, I said, “Good.  Who’s the master?”  He said, “You.”  “Oh, me.”  I already forget how old I am.  I thought he want to make it with me.  “Who’s the karate kid?  Who’s the kung-fu kid?”  He said, “My son.”  “Oh, I’m the master.  Usually, I’m the student.”

Q:  Jaden, did you actually have a lot of discussions with your dad, “Okay, if we’re going to put me in the film. If we’re going to – what should it be?”  Did you sit down and really plan like what would be the best vehicle for me to do?

JADEN:
  No, he thought about this all by himself.  He thought about this all by himself.  I was just like, “He had the whole master plan played out” and I was like, “Okay, cool.  Alright, let’s do it.”  He was like, “Okay.”  And then we did it.

Q: 
Were you hoping for something there?

JADEN:
  No, I wasn’t actually thinking about anything at the time.  He just came up with it.

Q: 
Do you think you’re most similar to your dad or to your mom?

JADEN:  I don’t know.  I think I’m more similar to my mom.

Q:
  Are you putting out your jackets at home actually?

JADEN: 
I don’t wear jackets that often. {laughing}
Thank you

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Аноним   обратиться по имени Четверг, 09 Октября 2014 г. 12:13 (ссылка)
Jaden Smith классый я люблю его и Willow Smith тоже классная я хочу увидеть их
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