Jay Chou is a popular actor, singer, producer, songwriter, and director from Taiwan. After achieving massive success in music, Jay made his acting debut in the film ‘Initial D’ (2005) as ‘Takumi Fujiwara.’ However, he already made a cameo in the 2003 film ‘Hidden Track.’ He had his first starring role in the Chinese epic drama ‘Curse of the Golden Flower’ (2006). In 2007, he starred in Taiwanese film ‘Secret’ as ‘Jay Ye Xiang Lun.’ This was also his directorial debut. He starred in a number of films such as ‘Kung Fu Dunk’ (2008), ‘The Treasure Hunter’ (2009) and ‘True Legend’ (2010) before he moved to ‘Hollywood’ to push his luck. He made his ‘Hollywood’ debut in ‘The Green Hornet’ (2011) as ‘Kato,’ alongside Seth Rogen and Christopher Waltz. His other films include ‘The Rooftop’ (2013) and ‘Now You See Me 2’ (2016).
The sequel begins with the fugitive illusionists known as the Four Horsemen escaping from the FBI during a stage show because of the villainous Walter Marby. They must escape Walter’s clutches who wants them to steal a powerful chip. Meanwhile, their leader Dylan Rhodes finds out the real identity of Thaddeus Bradley.
Along with his father, Takumi works to deliver tofu using a vintage car. Unknown to his father, Takumi learns drift racing during the deliveries. His life takes a turn when he takes part in a competition and ends up winning it.
In 19th century, China, after rescuing the Qing prince from rebels, General Su decides to retire, and begin a new life. He plans to start a martial arts school. However, things get ugly after he is betrayed by his brother Su, who kidnaps his wife and leaves his son to die.
The vigilante-action comedy follows playboy billionaire Britt Reid who teams up with Kato, a mechanic adept at martial arts to become the vigilante The Green Hornet. Using Kato’s skills, the highly weaponized car Black Beauty, and his own publication the Daily Sentinel, they try to bring down the Russian mobster Benjamin Chudnofsky.