Jackie Chan Dead 2013 RUMORS: Morbid Death Hoax on Twitter/Facebook FAKE, Martial Arts Superstar to Build 'Exhibit' Theme Park in Beijing, JC World

By Danica Bellini, Mstars Reporter | Sep 17, 2013 11:43 AM EDT
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Poor Jackie Chan - the beloved martial arts superstar continuously falls victim to the infamous celebrity death hoax on Twitter and Facebook. Thankfully this time around, several fans aren't buying it:

UPDATE: Jackie Chan, Facebook/Twitter BOGUS Death Hoax Goes Viral, Actor Celebrates 2014 'Guinness World Record' for 'Most Credits in a Movie'

@Tricia7211: "people please check your facts before reporting anything. Jackie Chan is NOT dead."

@SoilaGiselle24: "False alarm , false alarm. Jackie Chan is not dead I repeat Jackie Chan is not dead!!! :D"

@Forest__Hump: "Jackie Chan ain't dead bruh stop playin with my emotions."

@joewilsontv: "Jackie Chan isn't dead until Jackie Chan says so!"

Earlier this month, a bogus Facebook page went viral, claiming that Jackie Chan tragically died in a "very shocking" innicent that "rattled Hollywood." Thankfully, that link has since been removed.

The 59-year-old actor is indeed still alive and well - just check out his active Facebook account:

成龍 Jackie Chan:

"Next year, 2014, is Jackie's 60th birthday. He will be celebrating this monumental occasion in Beijing with friends and fans from all over the world! Tentative plans include a charity peace concert, and a fan club party... More details about the festivities and how to register will be announced here on Jackie's page!"


And just last week, Chan announced that he'd be opening his very own Beijing theme park to "exhibit all his stuff" to fans.

According to the Malaysian Times, JC World will have five main paths, each with a separate theme. Chan will exhibit numerous items from his personal collections including special furniture and jewelry.

"I was very poor when I was a child, so when I had money later on, I bought all sorts of things and went around the world collecting them... I want to exhibit all my stuff. They may not all be worth a lot of money, but they may have a story behind them," chan explained.

Chan, who purchased and restored several Chinese antique buildings over the years, will also donate them to the park. There's no fee for admission, but some attractions may require tickets.

"60 per cent of the park will be free, 40 per cent will be ticketed, with the money used to maintain the antique buildings... I am not short on money," said Chan.

Sounds pretty cool - what do Mstars fans think?

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