Jackie Chan wants to open a museum of his memorabilia
The `Karate Kid` actor plans to create Jackie Chan World, a place where he can put everything he has purchased over the years on show for his fans and also plans to give things away as he has too much "s**t".
He said: "All my props and costumes, I put them there. I want people to go in and see them. Now I am planning Jackie Chan World - everything I`ve collected all these years will go in there. Teacups and saucers, cars, rocks, spoons.
"In my office, so many s**t! I`ve got six lofts in Hong Kong and if I want to find an Apple (Mac) I can`t find it anywhere. I have to buy a new one. One day, when I die, I want my bank account to be zero. Nothing."
The 56-year-old action star also wants to open a stunt school for actors to train in where he would visit and give advice.
He told Empire magazine: "When I open it I want to visit twice every week. There is a lot to teach. But the most important thing for a stunt-guy is personality - you have to be humble and happy to learn.
"A good stunt guy understands rhythm, timing, even editing and camera angles. Me, Bruce Lee, Jet Li, Stallone, we`re only good because the stunt guys are good."