Thursday, April 9, 2015


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Nick Cheung says that Jacky Cheung messes around on the set, Jacky Cheung replies he is just having fun in life, otherwise Nick Cheung probably would not be the Best Actor
Choi Si-Won, Wang Xueqi, Jacky Cheung, Nick Cheung, Ji Jin-Hee, Shawn Yue
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Jacky Cheung and Nick Cheung trade verbal jabs
Jin Ji-Hee, Choi Si-Won
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Jacky Cheung Hok Yau and Nick Cheung Ka Fai worked together for the first time. In the new film HELIOS (CHET DOH) they played a professor and a cop. The "brothers" Hok Yau and Ka Fai in the film were both enemies and friends as they battled brawls and brains.

Ka Fai revealed that in the film he ran into a case that has never happened in Hong Kong. The story was complex and the screen writer put a lot of effort into the production. The film had many action scenes. Ka Fai said that when the director explained the story to him, he said that in the film he did not need to perform any stunt and he could work with Hok Yau. He said, "I thought I was very happy. Then I got to the set and the director said I had to fight a little. During the shoot I took a beating, which absolutely wasn't a little. Luckily all the highly difficult stunts like crashing through the wall and into the sea, jumping off the building went to (Shawn) Yue Man Lok. Choi Si-Won fought the most in the film."

Playing a professor and a serious case consultant, Hok Yau had the shadow of Detective Galileo. Hok Yau said that he would impersonate Galileo. Hok Yau in the film wore glasses, grew facial hair and wore a sweater like an aging professor. He said, "This film is creative and innovative, we won't do what others have already done. The ideas will be all new." Working with Ka Fai for the first time, Hok Yau praised Ka Fai as serious and worthy of the Best Actor awards.

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