Rush Hour is an American action-comedy video game, being based on the homonymous film series. It is developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, being released for PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on TBD 2017.
Detective James Carter is transferred to Hong Kong after an incident with a TBD as he's forced to work with Chief Inspector Lee to TBD.
- Chief Inspector Yan Naing Lee (voiced by Johnny Yong Bosch) - the rather serious chief inspector of the Hong Kong Police Force who works with Carter to TBD.
- Detective James Carter (voiced by Greg Eagles) - a sarcastic Los Angeles Police Department detective who arrives at Hong Kong to take down Kim and TBD.
- Consul Solon Han (voiced by James Sie) - the TBD Hong Kong Consul for Chinese Affairs and an old friend of Lee who brings Carter to Hong Kong to face Kim and TBD.
- Soo-Yung Han (voiced by Cristina Vee) - Consul Han's TBD teenage daughter who TBD.
- Isabella Molina (voiced by Alanna Ubach) - a TBD Secret Services agent who works undercover as a TBD.
- Kim Hee-Bon (voiced by Stephanie Sheh) - a vicious Korean terrorist who leads a massive operation to extract valuable jewels from an underground TBD and use them to TBD.
- Julio Gonzales (voiced by Carlos Alazraqui) - a TBD Hispanic mercenary who aids Kim to TBD.
- Edward McTavish (voiced by Tom Kenny) - a cowardly corrupt casino owner who often lures Carter to play TBD.
- Ricky Tan (voiced by Eric Bauza) - the TBD leader of the Triads who appears to TBD.
- This is the first NetherRealm game to not be either a Mortal Kombat or an Injsutice installment and its first game to not be a fighting game.