“I had a near-death accident while doing a stunt in ‘Armor of God,’” Chan said.
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Jackie Chan never expected to get an Oscar, so he considers receiving an honorary Academy Award his proudest professional achievement. Chan will accept his Oscar statuette Saturday at the eighth annual Governors Awards. AP: What was your most challenging film to make?Chan: I find Hollywood film production very systematic and organized.AP: What industry changes have most surprised you?Chan: Because I've been in the film industry for over 50 years, the most significant change I've noticed is the change from using 35 mm film to digital technology, and even 3-D filming. AP: What has been your most exciting Hollywood experience?Chan: All my experiences in Hollywood have been exciting.
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