Thursday, February 14, 2013


Sukie Shek, Gregory Wong, Lam Suet
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Yesterday was Valentine's Day, well known great husbands Simon Yam Tat Wa and Donnie Yen Chi Tan had to helplessly leave their wives behind to work on the film THE ICEMAN COMETH 3D (3D BING FUNG HUP) as they returned from Shanghai and Singapore. Yam Tat Wa said that Shanghai was snowing. Earlier he originally went on a romantic bicycle ride with his wife Qi Qi, but Qi Qi stopped after 2 minutes due to the slippery floor. He revealed plans to give Qi Qi property for a Valentine's Day gift. "A little gift, it's pretty romantic. (Do you give her a small island?) I already have an island, the best is to buy the home next door."

Yen Chi Tan gave his wife Cissy Wang a bracelet. When she returns from Singapore he will give her another surprise; did he often give his wife surprises? He said that he would try to and revealed that August will be their tenth anniversary. Thus they planned to renew their wedding vows in tuxedo and wedding gown. "My wife is very envious of other people's beautiful wedding gown. When she wed she was already pregnant. She was displeased with her figure and thought it was not at its best. It also took place in Canada so it was not perfect enough." However, he has not thought about where it will take place.

Yen Chi Tan in THE ICEMAN COMETH 3D has many action scenes but they still have not begun shooting yet. The film plans to shoot until mid March, then he will work on an Emperor new film. As for when IP MAN 3D will start production, he said that he still was unsure. "(Wilson) Yip Wai Shun is still writing the script. With so many people working on this character, each with their own angels, THE GRANDMASTERS (YUT DOI JUNG SI) already took 5 years. Without good ideas and production budget, I would rather set it aside. I wouldn't mind waiting 5 years for it either." He has not seen Tony Leung Chiu Wai's THE GRANDMASTERS yet but he was very happy that the film has already broken 20 million at the box office.

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