Jackie Chan is in America plugging his latest Hollywood flick, a kids-friendly vehicle called The Spy Next Door. But he has another English film that fans are even more curious about. A remake of The Karate Kid - the 1984 hit with Ralph Macchio and Japanese-American actor Pat Morita - was shot in Beijing over the summer with Chan in the Mr Miyagi role and co-producer Will Smith's son Jaden as the hapless kid picked on by bullies. It's not due out until June, but a trailer has just been released which sets up the premise: an African-American boy moves with his mum to China. He hates the new place. There's a cute girl, local thugs beat him up, but an old man (Chan) teaches him to defend himself (in action above). Everything looks quite predictable, with one exception. It's still billed as The Karate Kid but there doesn't seem to be any karate in the movie at all. So, the question is will it be changed to reflect the new martial arts? Even Chan isn't so sure when he talked about the film at The People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles last week. 'We just finished the movie Karate Kid, um, The Kung Fu Kid,' Chan told an MTV reporter on the red carpet. 'I don't know [what it's going to be called]. Probably Kung Fu Kid in China and Karate Kid in America. I don't know. But mostly we've called it The Kung Fu Kid. It's a totally different story.' Actually, the story is the same. The setting is different. See the trailer for yourself at www.sonypictures.com/movies/thekaratekid/ .