Sunday, January 20, 2019


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Wong Cho Lam, Teresa Mo Shun Kwan and Corinna Chamberlain (Chan Ming Yan) yesterday promoted their Lunar New Year film I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE! (NEI MAI LEI, NGOR OI NEI) in Tuen Mun. They played games with the audience and talked about their memorable moments from the past years. Recently becoming a father, Cho Lam said that the most memorable was directing the Lunar New Year film and having a daughter. Both were new born babies that required his time to raise. Sister Mo said that the most memorable was winning the Hong Kong Film Award Best Actress. The ailing Sister Mo sounded hoarse. She said that she caught the flu from her daughter.

Sister Mo said that in the film she would play four characters with seven costumes, one of them even had a 40F bust. Has her husband Au Ting Ping seen it? Sister Mo said, "Not yet, I want him to be surprised at the movies. (What kind of shape does your husband like you to be in?) Men of course want everything." Cho Lam was asked what kind of figure did he like his wife Leanne Li Yanan to have? He said, "My wife is perfect, even when pregnant."

Just becoming a father, he said, "I tried everything, but I couldn't finish anything. I have to hand her back to the women of the home to finish up." Did he ask Sister Mo for advice? Sister Mo pointed out that Cho Lam's home had too many people to take care of the baby, she was not so lucky and reminded Cho Lam said that a couple would have friction when they have a baby. However friction is a part of life, only with it would they know how important each other was. Cho Lam said, "I already know that this family is very important, I don't need the friction."

Cho Lam also stated that he wanted to two in three years, but he said that his wife wanted to wait until their daughter turns one before having another. She did not want to be pregnant while taking care of their daughter. Cho Lam said, "Being a mother is too noble, I have to love my wife even more." To reward his wife for having the baby and to celebrate their wedding anniversary on Valentine's Day, he planned to take his wife to Japan. He realized that nine out of ten women would want to eat raw and cold food after giving birth.

Cho Lam revealed that he is planning his daughter's hundred day banquet. Earlier he originally wanted to order cookies from Sister Mo as gifts for family and friends but Sister Mo turned him down. Sister Mo explained that she was very busy at the time and she did not have time to complete Cho Lam's large order. Cho Lam said that he ended up buying boxes of finished cookies for friends and family.

Saturday, January 19, 2019


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Andrew Lam asks Lam Suet to make Aaron Kwok's gestures
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In Andrew Lam Man Chung's directing debut, the Lunar New Year films A LIFETIME TREASURE (YU JU YU BO) he and Lam Suet played nemeses, but privately they were so close that they had no "bottom line"!

When Ah Chung asked the 280 pound Lam Suet at costume fitting, Ah Chung made fun of his belly as he sang and danced to Aaron Kwok Fu Sing's ENDLESS LOVE FOR YOU. Lam Suet coordinated with Ah Sing's gestures, moved his body around and shook his rear for Ah Chung to capture on his phone. Ah Chung shot the video as he kept pulling up Lam Suet's shirt and pulling down his pants, as he said that he wanted to shoot his lower body; Lam Suet did not mind as he propped up his belly and said, "You can find it under here!" Then they told even more dirty jokes. Lam Suet was not mad from Ah Chung's pranks. He even spent almost HK$ 10,000 to treat the entire team of 80 people to squab.


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Charlene Choi Cheuk Yin yesterday attended an audience appreciation event for her film THE LADY IMPROPER (FEI FUN SHOOK NUI), played games and gave away chili oil to the audience. In the film Ah Sa had a daring bathtub scene. Ah Sa said that this scene borrowed a little from THE PIANO. She sat sideways purely for the aesthetic angle, which the director had her own as well. At first when she took the film she was under her influence a little. As for her pole dance scene, did she get into shape for it before hand? Ah Sa said, "Not deliberately, because in the film I played an ordinary person I completely neglected my own shape. However I practiced pole dancing for awhile and thought it was fun. (Did you have any bruises?) During the shoot my adrenaline went up alot, so I had no feeling. After the shoot I realized that my legs were all bruised, my toenails were all cracked and the pain from my fingers pierced my heart. Yet after the shoot I still wanted to keep learning. (To make things more interesting?) Don't think that way for everything, it is a sport. (Do you feel more feminine?) I understand myself more." Ah Sa also admitted that at first she did not dare to wear her costume. She went to her first class in gym sports, but she saw all her classmates were in dancewear and instead felt very awkward. In her dancewear Ah Sa did not have anything loose. Ah Sa taught an unique trick to everyone. "In the rear of the pants sew another old, then nothing would squeeze out. From now on when I would do the same with my swimsuits."

Ah Sa was rumored to have vocal cord issues and had to stop singing. "This problem has already bothered me for several years, so I was forced to finish all my singing. The doctor said that I had to make a transition. Many people recommended doctors to me. It was from the vocal fatigue. I would have to stop talking for several months. Maybe it is a revelation from Heaven." She could play mute roles. Ah Sa joked that she would have to learn sign language first. When asked about her relationship and marriage, she said that she was happy with the current condition. No on would know what happens in the next second and Heaven would tell her. Would she secretly wed? Ah Sa said, "No, after messing up once I want everyone's blessing. (Would you make a big deal like Ah Gil?) I haven't thought about it."


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Elena Kong and Cheung Tat Ming promote A HOME WITH A VIEW
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Cheung Tat Ming, Elena Kong Mei Yi, Jocelyn Choi Chung Sze and others yesterday promoted their new film A HOME WITH A VIEW (GA WOR MAN SI GAING) as they split into teams to play tongue twister and Lunar New Year couplet games to celebrate the New Spring early with the audience. Earlier at the premiere, Dayo Wong Tze Wah showed his support for his friend Cheung Tat Ming and stated that if the film would make over HK$ 10 million they would reunite with Francis Ng Chun Yu for another stand up comedy show MEN'S SHOW 3. Tat Ming of course wanted to perform again, but the box office would be very hard to predict. He still had to hope that the audience and everyone would support the film. However he was very happy to work with Ng Chun Yu and Anita Yuen Wing Yi again because this team truly was very hard to come by. Tat Ming said, "The film is about what is happening in Hong Kong. It has the full gamut of emotions and can satisfy the comedy for myself. The script used to be a theater of the absurd, the film adaptation added a lot of comedy. I hope to make everyone laugh and also give a message for everyone to think about." Tat Ming did not dare to see the new film as a Lunar New Year film and did not arrange for its Mainland release. He only hoped for the audience to go and relax a little.

The first time producer Tat Ming admitted that for someone who was once seriously ill, being able to work was already very rare. He said, "I of course hope to produce again. Earlier an American film company invited me to write a script. I already handed it in and got paid. If it goes into production I will be able to participate in choosing a director and actors. This is my dream for 2019, I hope it can come true." Kong Mei Yi remembered the scene in which she had to slap Yuen Wing Yi. "At first when Tat Ming asked me, I said fine no problem. However his condition was to slap someone, as I had to hit Len Len." Tat Ming joked that in all of Hong Kong only Kong Mei Yi could hit Len Len. Before the shoot he even asked Len Len who would she choose to slap her. Thus during the shoot they did not use displacement for the performance. He was the most worried about Len Len would use a swollen face as an excuse to go on strike.

Kong Mei Yi said that privately she and Len Len were buddies. After years of acting she also learned to watch her strength, and she knew that the audience would praise the performance after watching. Did they have to test their marks many times before the shoot? Kong Mei Yi said, "Director (Herman) Yau Lai To is known for being fast with that. As soon as the cameras started rolling we were shooting. We only did a few takes, actually mainly to perform the reaction of the slap."

Friday, January 18, 2019


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The Alan Mak Siu Fai written and directed new film, based on real events, INTEGRITY (LIM JING FUNG WON YIN MOK) invited Nick Cheung Ka Fai, Sean Lau Ching Wan and Karena Lam Ka Yun to star and "Len Len" Anita Yuen Wing Yi as a special guest star. After being an on screen couple for years, Ching Wan and Len Len have not worked together for a long time. Reuniting this time, Ching Wan said that he had the familiarity of seeing an ex girlfriend again as past memories flooed back.

Mak Siu Fai adapted the screenplay from a HK$ 8.5 billion cigarette smuggling case from 1994 to 1995 and worked with Felix Chong Man Keung on the film INTEGRITY. Mak Siu Fai admitted that he has always wanted to work with Cheung Ka Fai but heard that Ka Fai was quite troublesome. This time he decided to ask Ka Fai and learned that he really was quite a bother. Mak Siu Fai joked, "He wasn't bothering you whether he has a private car at work, but he was serious about the script and asked a lot of questions. This is good. I also have encountered actors who didn't care about their characters at all, which gave you even more trouble during the shoot." The director even asked his cousin Yuen Wing Yi to guest star. Ching Wan joked that this time felt like seeing an ex again. He even watched their old film like C'EST LA VIE MON CHERI and brought back a lot of memories.

Lam Ka Yun worked with Ching Wan for the first time and admitted that she was nervous and beyond stressed! She was also working for the first time with Ka Fai and Director Mak, in particular later on she sensed that the director knew a lot about drama and became even more nervous. Ka Yun described, "He seems to have a pair of X-ray eyes when he watches you act, he discovers all my conscious and unconscious arrangements. I become very nervous, even avoiding his eyes." Rarely in an action film, Ka Yun this time even had a car crash scene. She admitted, "The director lifted my car up high for another car to crash into me. Cameras were inside and outside the car. Before the shoot began, my breathing became very rapid. The sound engineer said that my fear didn't come from acting. I thought were you making fun of me or criticizing me? Later I listened to the recording and realized that I was holding my breath for courage. Then 'bang', it was really scary!"

In the first trailer, a computer generated Cheung Ka Fai appeared in the final scene. It was one of the story's smoke screens. In the film Ching wan and Ka Fai met in the university and thus they shot an university scene from 20 to 30 years. They thought about using young actors but their image might be too sharp for them to be convincing. The director did not wan to ask them to wear wigs and use light to make them look younger. Finally he used computer special effects. Ching Wan joked, "Compared to the real me back then it was a little more handsome!" Ka Fai said, "I only heard that the director was pleased, so I looked forward to seeing how it turned out."


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The Lunar New Year MISSBEHAVIOR (GUNG HEI BAK POR) yesterday released its production highlight. Patrick Tse Yin looked cool and bold with a cigar. In the film company interivew, when asked if he was bullied on the set, Sei Gor said, "They are bullying me. I haven't made a movie in so many years. However they also taught me a lot."

In addition, Lam Suet continued to open the video with foul language and completely satisfied people online. DaDa Chan Jing held the prop breast milk and joked that she needed "censor blocks" because it looked gross. Director Pang Ho Cheung joked that he wanted to play a drinking game with DaDa and the loser had to drink it. DaDa immediately left the set. In addition, the film company even issued a series of "anyone" photos and videos. In the film "anyone" was the three leads in the film Hanjin Tan (Chan Woon Yan), Tsui Tin Yau and Yanki Din (Ting Ho Yan).


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Andy Lau Tak Wa originally planned to perform a 20 show year crossing concert series at the Hong Kong Coliseum, but due to the flu he cancelled the remaining shows. Wa Jai later applied for this year's year crossing dates for the end of this year, but yesterday Wa Jai through his official facebook announced that he was unable to apply for the December shows successfully and failed to book the make up shows!

The organizer Focus Entertainment yesterday issued a statement. "Very regrettably we have already received the written notice from the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the December 2019 Hong Kong Coliseum booking applications have been rejected.

The organizers hereby again apologize to the numerous viewers affected, and thank them for their forgiveness and understanding.

The organizers will announce ticket refund policies on January 31st 2019 at the official social platform below."

Wa Jai responded to the failure to make up the show. "Positively face the future, I look forward to seeing you on th stage next time."