FILM idol Jackie Chan is finding life in Hollywood 'intolerable' because he is being mollycoddled by production staff. Filming Rush Hour with Chris Tucker, Mark Rolston and Elizabeth Pena, Chan said yesterday he wanted to shoot his next film in Hong Kong. Being given star treatment by American studio staff meant he was constantly surrounded by assistants and security guards. When he went for a haircut he was accompanied by 10 people. 'I'm finding it pretty intolerable having to fit into the American system. Basically, I don't like too many people serving me,' he said. On the set he was presented with a truck fitted out like a gym after he asked producers if he could visit a gymnasium. And he said his co-stars became angry with him when he helped the crew move furniture for a new scene. He told astonished staff: 'In Hong Kong, I always move the furniture myself.' Cast members have had to tell the baffled martial arts expert that in Hollywood he is a star and stars do not do that sort of thing. In Hong Kong yesterday to publicise a charity premiere of a documentary about his life entitled Who Am I?, Chan said he was looking forward to returning to shoot his own films in the SAR. 'Before I agreed to go to shoot the American film, I told myself I was going to learn a lesson from Hollywood. But I never anticipated these were the lessons. 'I don't blame anyone but myself,' he said.