Eddie Peng reveals his death-defying stunts in USD$100 million Chinese film ...

EXCLUSIVE 'Chinese films today are world class': Actor Eddie Peng reveals why his ' dreams' can wait as he stars and performs death-defying stunts in USD$100 million Chinese action film The Rescue

By Candice Jackson For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 04:33 GMT, 10 January 2021 | Updated: 04:33 GMT, 10 January 2021

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Taiwan-born Canadian actor Eddie Peng is a star on the rise. 

In his recent role in the USD$100 million Chinese action film The Rescue, the 38-year-old acts and performs his own death-defying stunts.

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Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Eddie said that before pursuing the ' dream' he feels there is much for him to learn and improve on within Asia.

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EXCLUSIVE 'Chinese films today are world class': Actor Eddie Peng (pictured) has revealed why his 'Hollywood dreams' can wait as he stars and performs death-defying stunts in USD$100 million Chinese action film The Rescue

EXCLUSIVE 'Chinese films today are world class': Actor Eddie Peng (pictured) has revealed why his ' dreams' can wait as he stars and performs death-defying stunts in USD$100 million Chinese action film The Rescue

The Rescue, one of the most expensive Chinese movies ever made, centers around a rescue unit within the Chinese Coast Guard who are forced to overcome their personal differences to resolve a crisis.

Eddie said it was both thrilling and nerve-wracking to join the cast of director Dante Lam's mega-budget blockbuster.  

'The pressure was probably more self-inflicted. Having worked with director Dante Lam before, I know how high his expectations can be,' he said.

The hunky actor also said the cast spent two months training for the extreme first-responder rescue exercises and did various simulation exercises involving water, fire and altitude.  

'It was pretty rigorous': The hunky actor spent two months training for the extreme first-responder rescue exercises and did various simulations involving water, fire and altitude

'It was pretty rigorous': The hunky actor spent two months training for the extreme first-responder rescue exercises and did various simulations involving water, fire and altitude

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Overview: The Rescue, one of the most expensive Chinese movies ever made, centers around a rescue unit within the Chinese Coast Guard who are forced to overcome their personal differences to resolve a crisis

Overview: The Rescue, one of the most expensive Chinese movies ever made, centers around a rescue unit

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