It is an issue that bothers most celebrities how to stay young forever on the silver screen.
And it gets an answer from Jackie Chan in his upcoming Chinese animation series All New Jackie Chan's Adventures, where the kung fu giant has a young incarnation of himself, also called Jackie, fighting evil.
'Now I can always be young on screen', says the 63-year-old action star.
'I want children to be fans of the young Jackie from the animated series. And when they grow up, they can watch my live-action films and listen to my songs', he adds.
One of the earliest Hong Kong stars to find fame in Hollywood, Chan has impressed the Western audience with his stylish blend of stunts and comedy.
But the tough guy behind 100-plus action movies now unveils his rarely seen softer side for the children's program, which targets those aged 3 to 10.
During a recent promotional event in Beijing, he sang and danced with a group of children and led a hairy llama on stage.
Chan says this is not his first animated series, and that one had been made in the United States around 20 years ago. That work called Jackie Chan Adventures, a five-season US series, ran on The WB Television Network from 2000 to 2005, and was broadcast in 60 countries.