Chan to immortalise works through museum

London: Kung-fu legend Jackie Chan is planning to open a museum replete with items used in the making of his movies.

The museum will be called `Jackie Chan World` and will showcase things that have breathed life into the characters he has played over the decades, some of which he will also give away, Contactmusic reported.

"All my props and costumes, I put them there. I want people to go in and see them. Now I am planning Jackie Chan World - everything I`ve collected all these years will go in there. Teacups and saucers, cars, rocks, spoons," the actor-comedian said.

"I`ve got six lofts in Hong Kong and if I want to find an Apple (Mac) I can`t find it anywhere. I have to buy a new one. One day, when I die, I want my bank account to be zero. Nothing," the actor said.

The action star also wishes to train prospective actors on stunting by opening a school.

"When I open it I want to visit twice every week. There is a lot to teach. But the most important thing for a stunt-guy is personality - you have to be humble and happy to learn," he told Empire magazine.