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It looks like Rush Hour 4 is finally happening (Picture: REX/Instagram)

Theres already so many exciting reboots on the way – Charlies Angels, Men In Black and Bad Boys, to name a few.

But now we might be able to add Rush Hour to the list after the films stars, Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, gave the biggest hint yet about the possibility of a fourth installment in the action comedy franchise.

After sharing a birthday message for his co-star to celebrate Jackies 65th birthday, Chris then got his followers excited on a whole new level by sharing another snap of the duo together.

The pair can be seen stood next each other in a side hug, holding up four fingers towards the camera.

As expected, his followers instantly read into the snap as some sort of announcement about a fourth film.

Chance The Rapper commented: Please be serious.

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Another fan wrote: You cant be playing holding up 4s!!!! #RushHour4????????

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Its not the first time the duo has hinted that a fourth film will be coming soon.

Jackie promised a sequel back in 2017 during an interview with Power 106 Los Angeles.

[Its coming] next year. For the last seven years, weve been turning down the script, turning down the script. Yesterday, we just agreed. Its about [having] time to make it. Otherwise, Rush Hour 4, were all old men. I tell Chris Tucker, Before we get old, please do Rush Hour 4.

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Then in February 2018, Chris insisted the pair were ready to deliver another film to help keep its legacy alive and kicking.

This is gonna be the rush of all rushes. Jackie is ready and we want to do this so that people dont ever forget it, he told ESPNs The Plug.

Speaking earlier this year on Vince Carter and Kent Bazemores Winging It podcast, Chris said: Its not in pre-production. Were working on a few things [for] the script. Jackie wants to do it. I want to do it. The studio wants to do it. Were trying to get it together. It looks like its getting together right.

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The franchise first kicked off in 1998, which saw the two police officers from Los Angeles and Hong Kong respectively thrown together to crack an international crime syndicate. It was followed by Rush Hour 2 in 2001 and then Rush Hour 3 in 2007.

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