Tuesday, March 20, 2012


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The Law Chi Leung directed, Derek Yee Tung Sing produced, Lau Ching wan, Nicholas Tse Ting Fung, and Liu Kai Chi starred film THE BULLET VANISHES (SIU SUT DIK JI DAN) yesterday held a "global preview premiere press conference" and displayed the trailer.  Yee Tung Sing said that this film's other selling point was a bed scene that was originally in the film.  Ting Fung said immediately, "Originally?  Then I did it for nothing?"  Yee Tung Sing said that due to standard issues, the bed scene had to be edited for approval.  Ting Fung later was asked whether the bed scene with Yang Mi was very passionate?  Ting Fung said that actually they only had a few kisses and did not have any exciting bed scenes.  He admitted that in the past he has never worked on any bed scene, which he denied was due to image protection.  Only few directors asked him.  Would he accept very passionate bed scenes?  Ting Fung joked, "Bed scenes require a lot of training.  (What training?)  Weight loss!  I can't eat during that."

Rumors of kidnappers recently surfaced in Hong Kong.  Was Ting Fung worried about his children's safety?  He pointed out that kidnappers have always been around, parents should be more careful.  Would he give his maids special reminders to be careful when picking up the children after school?  He joked, "My sons have everyone in the media's protection when they go to school.  I won't blame the photography reporters.  Now I have 6 million more to help with keeping an eye on my sons, why would I yell at reporters.  You can't say you don't recognize my sons?"  Ting Fung also pointed out that if someone dared to kidnap his sons he would immediately have over 2 million photos spreading online.  He said, "Don't touch my sons!  If anything happens I would chase you down nine blocks, I would dig up 18 generation of his ancestors and bite him for ten lifetimes, why bother?"  He even jokingly asked the media, "Everyone please don't let my sons go, get as close as you can."  Ting Fung pointed out that he was working himself to death just for two little ones.  The reporters loved them anyway so he was not worried about his sons' safety.

Lau Ching Wan in the film had many action scenes.  He pointed out that the final explosion scene was like setting off the Victoria Harbor firework show indoors.  At the time he was truly very scared, luckily he was not hurt.  This was his first collaboration with Ting Fung, who he praised as a good actor and did many of his own stunts.  He even revealed that Ting Fung loved action scenes.  At most times he wanted to perform them personally and appeared to be very happy and excited.  Did he take less risks in comparison?  Ching Wan pointed out that he was stable.

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