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Rare Picture Of Dennis Rodman, Jackie Chan, Jean-Claude Van Damme And Tsui Hark In The Set Of "Double Team"

Rare Picture Of Dennis Rodman, Jackie Chan, Jean-Claude Van Damme And Tsui Hark In The Set Of "Double Team"

Dennis Rodman has lived a wild life. He made a lot of headlines during his active days, starring in many controversial moments, becoming a huge figure that transcended the NBA and created a legend around the rebound specialist. 

His personality and popularity earned him a lot of gigs outside the basketball world, linking up with gorgeous women for interviews, cover magazines and romantic relationships. He also earned the call to participate in movies, and in 1996, he joined forces with two of the greatest action actors of all time. 

Instagram account Rare Sports recently shared a picture of Rodman with Jackie Chan, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Tsui Hark behind the scenes of the 1996 movie 'Double Team.' The Worm appeared in great spirits, smiling alongside the two actors and Tsui Hark, a Hong Kong film director, producer and screenwriter.

Chan and Van Damme are two mixed martial artists that were given a big opportunity in Hollywood and didn't miss their chances to establish themselves as two of the best in their field. Rodman joined them in 1996, the same year he won the NBA title with Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen on the Chicago Bulls. 

The movie wasn't memorable, as it only got 4.8/10 on IMDb and 11% on Rotten Tomatoes, but the memories were great and this picture perfectly explains it. These four people went on to have good careers, with Chan and Van Damme starring in other movies that didn't necessarily were appreciated by critics but earned a lot of love from fans. 

Rodman would win three championships in Chicago, confirming that he's a big legend. He kept doing his thing, partying and wilding in Chicago and whoever he went after that, leaving great memories in those who watched him do his thing. Even nowadays, he keeps taking incredible pictures with other legends, drawing a lot of attention whenever that happens.