Monday, February 2, 2015


Chow Yun Fat and Ken Low's fight will be one of the film's focus
Nick Cheung, Chow Yun Fat and Carina Lau have many scenes together
Chow Yun Fat holds on to the plane with a hole with his bare hands
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With only two weeks from the Lunar New Year, the Lunar New Year films are already ready at the gate. After the Sandra Ng Kwan Yu led film 12 GOLDEN DUCKS (12 GUM NGAP) revealed that it invested HK$ 300,00 on a Lunar New Year Fair stall, the Chow Yun Fat, Nick Cheung Ka Fai and Carina Lau Ka Ling starred FROM VEGAS TO MACAU 2 (DOH SING FUNG WON II) also joined the fray. Recently it revealed its ultimate trailer online, in which the film took to the air, land and sea with great explosions.

The trailer was around a minute long. Aside from Fat Gor's topless fight with Ken Low Wai Kwong, it also focused on his A BETTER TOMORROW dual gun wielding heroics. In one scene Fat Gor was on a plane that had an explosion, but he held on with his bare hands like James Bond. The film company in order to make Fat Gor's onscreen image stand out got a robot to be Fat Gor's butler. For realism, the film was still working on its final special effects.

As for Fat Gor's fight with Low Wai Kwong in front of Ka Ling, because he had to be topless Fat Gor also worked out before hand. During the shoot he also learned from and discussed with Low Wai Kwong, but Fat Gor was still stressed. He said, "I haven't been topless in front of the camera for a long time, so it took more effort. I got a trainer to help me get bigger. After four months I lost 30 pounds, but I couldn't be muscular all over." Although Fat Gor was not pleased with his shape, his co-star Ka Ling said that he looked sharp and was quite attractive.

As for Fat Gor's performance, Low Wai Kwong said, "I was very happy to get a beating from Fat Gor. He specifically asked the director for me to be his opponent. As a fan I of course was happy. Fat Gor was an elder and very agile. The scene took three days. He was very professional and got into great shape. He was firm all over!"

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