Chow Yun Fat has always paid attention to Hong Kong entertainment news. Yesterday Ronald Cheng Chung Kei and Charlene Choi Cheuk Yin's 2006 marriage was exposed, Fat Gor also knew. As for the couple being accused of lying, Fat Gor understood Ah Sa had her reasons. Most importantly was a happy ending. Chow Yun Fat yesterday attended a My City, My Home event and host the unveiling ceremony. Fat Gor expressed that ten years ago he promoted for this event. This time ten years later he was approached to promote Hong Kong again. Fat Gor's LET THE BULLETS FLY will open on October 11. Later he will have to help promoting it.
Earlier Fat Gor once publicly praised Fala Chen. Was she his favorite to win the Hong Kong Film Award for Best New Actor? He said, "I can't say because I didn't see it." Yet on the day of the Hong Kong Film Award he will have to work in Beijing so he will not be able to attend. Fat Gor also said that lately he has been watching the TVB series IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER (CHAU HEUNG LO DIM TONG PAK FU). He joked that he was a television addict. He used to make series for others to watch and now he loves to watch others in series. As for the Johnnie To Kei Fung directed new film, Fat Gor said that the screenplay was not done yet. He only knew it will be a drama that will have to wait for a screenplay and Mainland inspection before production.
Speaking of Ah Sa and Cheng Chung Kei's marital status being exposed, was Fat Gor very surprised that they lied? He joked, "Next time let me tell everyone." As for accusation that they should not have lied, Fat Gor said, "Actually they have their reasons, they seemed to be married in 06. Ah Sa at the time was at the top of her career, she was afraid of losing fans." Would he forgive artists like Andy Lau Tak Wa who lied? Fat Gor said, "I hope for a happy ending for them, they haven't done anything bad. (Do they have to admit it now that they are exposed?) Should they continue to admit their break up? If so then the real can't be all fake, and the fake can't be all fake either. (Is this phrase very useful?) It seems to fit (Stephen) Chan Chi Wan a little more."