Wednesday, January 16, 2013


Daniel Wu has to see a psychiatrist
Albert Yeung congratulates Dante Lam on his Hong Kong Film Critic Society Best Director award.
Xie Jieting, Shatina Chen
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Nick Cheung, Dante Lam, Albert Yeung, Daniel Wu, Andy Tien
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Nick Cheung Ka Fai, Andy Tien (On Chi Kit), Daniel Wu (Ng Yin Cho) and director Dante Lam Chiu Yin's film MOR GAING (DEMON COP) yesterday held a production start ceremony at the Ma On Shan Country Park. Boss Albert Yeung Sau Sing personally visited to offer encouragement.

Lam Chiu Yin said that the script was based on the demon cop Tsui Po Ko's gun case and put Tsui's loner personality into the character. Cheung Ka Fai said, "I play a cop who can be good or bad, the performance has no shade of Tsui Po Ko. However this case was very shocking back then, I would study it a little." Cheung Ka Fai recently worked on several police films, he would like to try a ghost film next time. He joked, "It doesn't have to be murder and arson every time, I want to try something new. Actually I am the most afraid of ghosts, no money in the wallet and work at 6AM."

Cheung Ka Fai earlier broke his finger while working on GIK JIN (EXTREME WAR), the finger tissue did not heal well and the doctor suggested a minor surgery to connect it again. After MOR GAING and the Benny Chan Muk Sing directed THE CARTEL WAR (BIN YIK) he will have the operation, now on the set he would be more cautious. "I didn't blame Lam Chiu Yin for the injury, instead I cherish the chemistry that we have built over the years."

On Chi Kit currently is busy with two films. He did not know whether he will be with his girlfriend Jennifer Tse Ting Ting on Valentine's Day, but they have already made plans to go on a holiday in March or April. Will he take the chance to propose? On Chi Kit said, "I don't know, If I propose it would be a surprise for her. Maybe we will wed this year, I want a small wedding but we won't wed in secret."

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