Thursday, March 25, 2010


Miriam Yeung Chin Wa, Shawn Yue Man Lok
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Pang Ho Cheung, Miriam Yeung, Shawn Yue

Wai Ka Fai, Daniel Wu (Ng Yin Cho), Gao Yuanyuan, Louis Koo Tin Lok, Johnnie To Kei Fung

Media Asia all stars

Zhang Guoli (left), Peter Lam Kin Ngok, Feng Xiaogang (right)

Janice Man Wing Shan, Janice Vidal (Wai Lan)
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Anthony Wong Chau Sun
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LEGEND OF THE FIST THE RETURN OF CHEN ZHEN (JING MO FUNG WON -- CHEN ZHEN)'s Anthony Wong Chau Sun yesterday expressed that he recently reached 180 pounds and had to lost 20 pounds. Chau Sun was extremely displease with his Mainland television series production. He said that every time the boss came to the set he had to direct. The originally 30 episodes were dragged on by multiples, a lot of which was wasted and cut as the cast wasted its time. Chau Sun said, "In the end I too threw a tantrum at him. Originally the director asked me to wear an armor in the heat for a scene, later the boss arrived and I had to play another scene. I was so mad that I took off the armor and returned to my room. I yelled at him that everyday was like this."

Chau Sun said that the series actors not only did not have time to rest but also to bathe. An Actor did not bathe for three days and stank up the set. Many actors became ill. "Some extras worked while coughing. I asked him whether he was ill, when he turned around he had green fluid coming out of his nostrils. A Korean actor even had Type A Influenza symptoms. From now on I would have to be very careful with Mainland series. This time was absurd from beginning to end. Many extras were on the phone on the set and constantly took actor photos with their photos like they were at the zoo. They even walked back and forth in front of the camera." Chau Sun also revealed that Tse Kwan Ho suffered burns from poorly made props. At the time an actress' costume was on fire and Tse Kwan Ho bravely put it out. Chau Sun said, "Tse Kwan Ho's face was burnt, luckily the skin graft was successful and now his skin is smooth."

Miriam Yeung Chin Wa, Shawn Yue Man Lok and director Pang Ho Cheung introduced their new film LOVE IN A PUFF (CHI MING YU CHUN GIU). Chin Wa expressed that she could enjoy a beautiful romance without any responsibility. Chin Wa said that the film's bed scene was very special. "Two people in bed did not have any action, only exchanged looks." As for LOVE IN A PUFF's category III rating in Hong Kong, she pointed out that many films had foul language content, but perhaps this time was excessive fluent so it required parental guidance. Yue Man Lok just joined the Media Asia banner and was immediately assigned to almost four movies. Yue Man Lok humbly expressed that the director had to feel he was suitable for him to have a chance to perform. Did he give gifts to directors to introduce himself? Pang Ho Cheung jokingly paraphrased Stephen Chan Chi Wan, "Gifts can't be accepted, the ones who accepted are in trouble." Chin Wa joked that Yue Man Lok could knit sweaters and make turnip cakes for directors, then he would have no problem.

Gao Yuanyuan, Louis Koo Tin Lok and Daniel Wu (Ng Yin Cho) introduced the Wai Ka Fai written DAN SUN NAM NUI (SINGLE MAN WOMAN). Gao Yuanyuan looked forward to working with two hunks. "My female friends all asked when am I working with these two hunks." Director Johnnie To Kei Fung joked, "I thought the hunks she referred to were me and Wai Ka Fai." Koo Tin Lok was asked about his impression of Gao Yuanyuan. "She always wears very little clothes."

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