Tuesday, January 21, 2014


Derek Tsang, Louis Koo, Eddie Cheung, Deon Cheung
Deon Cheung has more opportunities now than before
Eddie Cheung (right) plays Stephen Au (left) and Louis Koo's superior
courtesy of mingpao.com

The anti corruption film Z STORM (Z FUNG BO) yesterday shot outside the Central Government Complex. The production team shot on an overpass and the actors were on a march, including Louis Koo Tin Lok, Eddie Cheung Siu Fai, Deon Cheung Chung Chi, Stephen Au Kam Tong and Derek Tsang Kwok Cheung. Z STORM was David Lam Tak Luk and officially started production at the beginning of the month. Gordon Lam Ka Tung and Michael Wong Man Tak also starred.

Around 3PM yesterday during the Z STORM shoot, Koo Tin Lok, Cheung Siu Fai and Cheung Chung Chi stepped out in sharp suits. On camera Koo Tin Lok and Cheung Siu Fai were joking around shoulder to shoulder, then they left as a group. They shot this scene several times. The overpass was windy, before the shoot Koo Tin Lok shivered in a ball. Reportedly this scene was the film's ending. They played the Independent Commission Against Corruption members who were investigating police officer Lam Ka Tung's corruption case, which involved high ranking government officials, the financial world, lawyers, accountants and other characters and revealed a shocking conspiracy.

Cheung Siu Fai was asked if he had to compete with the other guys in coolness? He joked, "Why would I compete with them on being cool? I am the mature type, I don't need to compare." Cheung Siu Fai played Koo Tin Lok's superior so the shoot was not tough. He was only in command. After the Lunar New Year, Cheung Siu Fai would wrap up a CCTV series in the Mainland. He will consider TVB series this year depending on the story and the schedule. Speaking of Felix Wong Yat Wa's wife Leung Kit Wa was hospitalized for illness, Cheung Siu Fai said, "I called, Brother Wa said that his wife was resting and told everyone not to worry."

Cheung Chung Chi several months ago protested outside the Central Government Complex when HKTV did not receive a free television license. His film Z STORM yesterday returned to the location. Cheung Chung Chi said, "I haven't made a movie in years. This time with the chance to perform, the salary amount isn't a problem. I am just here to learn. Later I will make a car chase scene and a car explosion, I will have to trouble the stunt double for difficult stunts." Aside from film, Cheung Chung Chi also worked on RTHK series, Baptist University students asked him to participate in their homework. As long as time permitted he would agree. He had even more opportunities than when he worked at TVB. However, the HKTV series has already resumed production. Later Cheung Chung Chi will return to the team. This was truly the most important job.

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