James Sheldon is a popular A-Lister who for many years had scores of films under his belt, but his arrogance and indifference to the outside world leaves his career stumbling down the drain. What’s worse, is his only chance of reviving his career is to make a movie regarding one of his childhood heroes in the past, a legendary action star who influenced James to get into acting. Plans fall into turmoil when the rights of the superhero are taken by a major movie studio, who are terrorists bent on using the industry as a mind control weapon to enslave audiences and create an army of their own.
When James is nearly killed trying to stop the terrorists, Lacy Wilson, a young adult woman mastered in martial arts with a black belt, reluctantly agrees to train him despite his arrogance. What James doesn’t know is that he doesn't know Kung Fu and begins to change his perceptions on the world and his chance of saving his career.
Inspirations: Scott Pilgrim v. The World, Jackie Chan movies, Tropic Thunder, and Big Trouble in Little China.
MPAA: Rated PG-13 for crude humor and non-stop sequences of action violence throughout, brief language, and some sexual content.
NOTE: Watch Each Frame A Painting's Video on Jackie Chan's Action Comedy to get an idea of what this story is about.
Arthur Wang - Main antagonist; former agent in Korea who wants to use the superhero movie to brainwash people and create his own army.
Ned Flemming - Big-shot director in Hollywood and James's former friend who sees an opportunity in the superhero movie James is making.
Anita Sheldon - James's ex-wife dating Ned after his illusions of fame and fortune caught up to him.
Jeremiah Greene - An overly enthusiastic B-List movie actor who wants to be a part of James's movie.
Cherry Douglas - A sweet but uppity secretary in Hollywood who is in love with James.
Harold Kramer - Former Marine who is investigating Wang's history as a Korean agent and ends up going on a mission to pursue the suspect.
Patricia Welles - Mysterious and beautiful woman in Wang's clan intent on taking down any action stars with real fighting abilities.
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