|Sandra Ng and "husband" Chapman To
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|Jeremy Liu, Karena Ng, Chapman To, Lynn Xiong, Kelly Chen, Louis Koo, Donnie Yen, Sandra Ng, Mini Yang, Raymond Wong
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The Raymond Wong Pak Ming produced 2012 Lunar New Year film ALL'S WELL ENDS WELL 2012 (BAK SING PO HEI) yesterday held a press conference in Sheung Wan. Actors Donnie Yen Chi Tan, Sandra Ng Kwan Yu, Lynn Xiong (Hung Doi Lam), Kelly Chen Wai Lam, Louis Koo Tin Lok, Chapman To Man Jat, Jeremy Liu (Lau Chi Chin) all appeared in costumes. Ah Jat's look was almost exactly the same as Peter Chan Ho Sun. Kwan Yu immediately embraced him and played a couple. She also appeared with a three inch career line and became the focus!
Kwan Yu later explained that she played a past her prime singer who was too lazy to work and only looked for boyfriends. Thus she displayed her career line in hopes of attracting more men. Chi Tan played a downtrodden rock singer. Because they were both singers, song and dance were inevitable. Kwan Yu said with exaggeration, "We have many costumes and have to sing and dance. We are very exaggerated. In one scene we have to dance an Indian dance. I kept twisting in platform shoes, finally I was injured and had to see a doctor. I was in pain for two weeks! I never thought that Chi Tan aside from strong kung fu also was an amazing dancer!" Chi Tan added that as soon as that image went out even Ronald Cheng Chung Kei would be out of work. Actually at first when he learned that he had to work with Kwan Yu, he wanted to go wilder and all out more, but Kwan Yu sensed Chi Tan's initial nervousness as if he was afraid that she would improvise at any moment. After the second day he was like a different person. Chi Tan said, "On the second day I began to blow up, I overlooked all dignity. I even had to pole dance in one scene1"
Kelly and Goo Jai played a couple. Because photographer Kelly came to look for construction worker Goo Jai to model, Kelly joked that on the third day of the shoot she has already seen Goo Jai in all his glory. Now she was somewhat not used to him wearing clothes. How was his figure? Kelly joked, "It's great! I used it with a pen, it's real! Indeed he has some training, he's very hard working!" Goo Jai honestly said that at first he was a little embarrassed because he never thought that he had to be constantly naked. Earlier he played Tarzan in the forest and only wore a piece of leopard print cloth. Did he have to wear a thong? Goo Jai helplessly said, "I still have a Mr. Hong Kong look that I haven't shot yet. I don't know what it will be like, I don't want to think about it! (Do you have to train your muscles?) No! (Are you confident?) I haven't shot it yet, luckily Kelly won't be there!" Kelly then joked that she had to bring a group of friends to visit the set to support Goo Jai.
Speaking of Ricky Hui Koon Ying's sudden death at home from a heart attack, Kwan Yu praised that he was a nice person and a great actor. She sent her condolences to his family. Goo Jai and Kelly have not
worked with him before. Kelly said that because he was only 65, she felt it was quite a regret. As for his deepest impression, Goo Jai said, "MR. VAMPIRE. Back then my FANTASIA (GWAI MA KONG SEUNG KUK) was based on the Hui Brothers."