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Frankie Chan Fun Kei, Chen Zhihan, Cecilia Cheung, Jackie Chan, Liu Xiaoqing, Cheng Pei Pei
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The Jackie Chan produced, Frankie Chan Fun Kei directed film YEUNG MOON NUI JEUNG (YANG CLAN FEMALE WARRIORS) held a production start press conference on the 28th in Shanghai. Cecilia Cheung Pak Chi, Cheng Pei Pei, Chen Zihan and others attended. The choice to play Mu Guiying was a controversial topic of the film, and the revelation of Cheung Pak Chi was the brightest spot. This is Pak Chi's first costume film since giving birth.
On the day of the press conference, many actresses perhaps to match their characters chose to make handsome appearances. Cheung Pak Chi became somewhat lower key in black; almost fifty years old Liu Xiaoqing also appeared in a trendy look. Chan Fun Kei revealed that he has prepared the script for ten years. This investment also reached 100 million yuan RMB. The film required many actresses, Chan Fun Kei revealed that Jackie Chan hoped that he would give new comers opportunities.
The role of Mu Guiying from the start was rumored to be Fan Bingbing, Vicki Zhao Wei, Li Bingbing, to finally landed with Cheung Pak Chi. Producer Jackie Chan presented a seal to direct Chan Fun Kei and joked that he once was interested in playing the female role of She Taijun. Cheung Pak Chi said that this portrayal of the most well known heroine in Chinese history would be completely different for any of her previous characters. She looked forward to it very much and thus at home she has been strengthening her arm training.
A graduate of the Beijing Film Academy, Chen Zihan has focused on television series lately. As soon as she stepped on stage she humbly said that she was a film industry new comer and bowed in appreciation to director Chan Fun Kei for giving her this chance. Every female warrior would have her own trick. Chen Zihan revealed "Sister Eight" was someone who excelled in the use of explosives, relying more on her own intellect to kill enemies.