Jackie Chan
CANNES, FRANCE – MAY 18: Jackie Chan attend the ‘Chinese Zodiac’ photocall during the 65th Cannes Film Festival at Carlton Hotel on May 18, 2012 in Cannes, France. (Denis Makarenko / Shutterstock.com)

Jackie Chan and film crew were rescued during a “massive” mudslide while filming Project X.

The 64-year-old actor reveals in his blog that his film crew experienced “scary” moments as a river mudslide hit the film crew in China.

“Today, we started shooting on location. The weather suddenly changed and our crew were caught in a massive mudslide!” wrote Chan in his blog.

The actor said the weather cuddly turned for the worse when heavy rain caused a huge mudslide pushing trucks and tents down a fast flowing river of mud. Chan posted several photos of the mudslide and was grateful when rescuers had come to their rescue to tow the trucks to safety.

“A few of our production trucks were stuck in the river of rushing mud. Many of the crew became frightened because it was so sudden. Luckily, some large hook trucks came to our rescue and helped tow our production trucks to safety,” wrote Chan.

The upcoming feature film Project X, also stars actor John Cena, who reportedly replaced Sylvester Stallone in the movie. The movie is directed by Scott Waugh from Need for Speed and is set to be released next year.

This news comes after Jackie Chan nearly drowned on the set of Skiptrace. 

A crew member in Jackie Chan’s movie has died after drowning in the waters close to Hong Kong. The cameraman for Chan’s latest movie, ‘Skiptrace’ was onboard a boat with several other crew members when it capsized.

According to reports, 7 other members of the crew were able to swim out from the capsized vessel but one man was found unconscious and later pronounced dead. Cameraman Chan Kwok-hung, an industry veteran, was 51-years-old with many movie credits to his name and over 20 years of experience.