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|Julian Cheung has not been paying attention to Eric Tsang's arrest
|Shum Ka Wai sneaks into the movie to avoid discussing Eric Tsang's arrest while friend Julian Cheung distracts the media
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Two nights ago Peter Lam Kin Ngok, Peter Chan Ho Sun, Andrew Lau Wai Keung, Shawn Yue Man Lok, Chris Lee Yuchun and Pu Bajia attended their new film THE GUILLOTINES (HUET DIK JI)'s premiere. Many in the industry were invited, including Julian Cheung Chi Lam, Raymond Chow Man Wai and Daneil Lam Siu Ming.
Yue Man Lok said that he had no comment about Eric Tsang Chi Wai's alleged drunken assault because he was the most afraid of other people chiming in on matters that were not their own. "Kids like me shouldn't make any noise. (Would you console Chi Wai?) The younger generation wouldn't talk about that." Director Lau Wai Keung said that he just returned to Hong Kong but felt that the matter was not urgent. Chi Wai would take care of it himself. Would Chi Wai be very worried? "What does he have to worry about? He knows how to handle it. He is my big brother and elder. (Lately show business has a lot of negative events?) No, only you say it does. It also has many marriages and child births. Stuff like these have always been around, gossips, rises and falls would always happen." Speaking of the earlier rumor that he and Huang Xiaoming were at odds, however he pushed Huang Xiaoming in a wheel chair while promoting in the Mainland. Did he want to shatter the dispute rumor? Lau Wai Keung admitted, "We have never been at odds, after THE GUILLOTINES he and I worked together on AMERICAN DREAMS IN CHINA. This is only an arrangement issue. His injury keeps him from attending one but not another. He can't take the plane. The rumor isn't true and we are not at odds."