Jackie Chan has been playing heroic, righteous guys for four decades. For the first time, he is attempting to break out of that mould in the action comedy Project BB. Chan, Sammo Hung Kam-bo and Eric Tsang Chi-wai have to steal a baby to complete a deal with a gang - the laughter comes when none of them knows how to take care of their little hostage. CitySeen reckons the character is not actually a villainous figure, and Chan admitted after a fan gathering on Wednesday that 'he's more like a bad guy with good qualities'. The reality is stark for Chan in that he is one of a dying breed of what he likes to call the 'old asses', who include Hollywood heavyweights such as Hung. While he called on the next generation to support local cinema, he confessed: 'Hollywood movies are my priority'. He will return to fighting crime when he races off to Paris to begin filming Rush Hour 3 in August, but he said he was not looking forward to it. 'I'm so busy all the time.' After his son Jaycee Fong Cho-ming was recently injured while shooting a film in Dalian , Chan stunned everyone with the remark that 'his injury is nothing'. In fact, Chan still worries about Jaycee's pursuits. 'My son ended up being babysat by stuntmen. I find it hard to show how I love him ... but I do ... I just want to see him fall so that he can see how tough this business is.'