Friday, August 31, 2018


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The Raymond Wong Pak Ming produced, David Lam Tak Luk directed, Louis Koo Tin Lok, Julian Cheung Chilam, Kevin Cheng Ka Wing, Patrick Tam Yiu Man, Michael Tse Tin Wa, Stephy Tang Lai Yan, Adam Pak Tin Nam starred L STORM (L FUNG BO) earlier opened with a very ideal box office performance. It opened with HK$ 1 million to be the box office champion. As of two days ago its total box office was HK$ 7,877,924 so far.

The Anti Corruption Storm series reached its third film and added to its cast and story. Its action was even better than before. The large scale gun fight unprecedented. Chilam said, "After so many crime films I have never worked on such a large scale road block, two blocks were closed off for explosions and car flips with almost 100 extras and a multiple day shoot." The team for this gun fight scene used several thousand bullets. In particular when Chilam forced the money laundering organization mastermind Tam Yiu Man into a corner, he used a heavy machine gun and sparks flew all over. He jumped on top of a car and convincingly played the armed robber role perfectly.

For realism, the gun fight's reaction bullets were placed very close to the actors. They almost blew up right next to them. Tam Yiu Man twice got spark into his eyes and needed saltine to wash his eyes. He said, "Sparks came from different angles and were unavoidable. All the eye drops were useless. In addition due to the rushed production I didn't pay any more mind to it. When I got home I still felt something but the next morning when I got up it was gone." Tam Yiu Man said that he has not made such a fierce gun fight in awhile. He was excited and jumped on the roof of the car to look cool. He spent time on practicing stepping on the tire then jumping on the roof. For safety, Tam Yiu Man and Chilam needed to communicate well with the action director and the gun team and rehearsed many time.

Thursday, August 30, 2018


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Andy Lau says cancelling ticket outlet sales has its own share of problems and he can only take it one step at a time.
Karena Lam begs Andy Lau for four concert tickets
Louis Koo says friends and family are asking for Andy Lau concert tickets like he is a ticket agency
Michael Miu jokingly tells friends that he and Andy Lau are not too close so he cannot get them concert tickets.
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The film THE WHITE STORM 2 DRUG LORDS (SO DUK 2 TIN DEI DUI KUET) last night held a production wrap banquet. Producer and star Andy Lau Tak Wa, Louis Koo Tin Lok, Michael Miu Kiu Wai, Karena Lam Ka Yun and Kent Cheng Juk Si attended. Lau Tak Wa earlier decided to cancel public concert ticket sales and only sell tickets online. Wa Jai said that unusual time requires unusual measures. He hoped that in the future singers and organizers would come up with new ideas.

Ka Yun already played a couple with Wa Jai in their first collaboration. She joked, "It was a dream come true for me, I was just afraid that he wouldn't want me." Wa Jai answered, "I wasn't in charge before, now as a producer I am!" Ka Yun even said that she did not wear a wedding gown for her own wedding. This time in the film she had a chance to and felt a little bashful. However for her first collaboration with Wa Jai she felt like they have known each other for a very long time. Wa Jai also agreed that their frequency was very close. As for any intimate scene in the film, Wa Jai joked, "How far can we go? It would just be the sweetness of life, the feeling would be very real!" Ka Yun also said that they would have the chemistry and relationship of a couple. Has Ka Yun bought Lau Tak Wa's concert tickets? She said that she could only get 4 tickets, and she would wait for them to go on sale in front of the computer.

Lau Tak Wa's concert has not officially gone on sale yet but has already become the target of ticket scarpers, as someone was attacked while waiting for tickets overnight. Wa Jai expressed deep concern over the matter, and would only accept online ticket sales. Did Wa Jai think for a long time to come up with the online only public sale? Wa Jai replied, "First this method would stop any physical conflict, no line would be a little better. It puts people's safety first. However no line would also have its problem. I can only take one step at a time, unusual time calls for unusual measure. This is not something that my concert alone can change. It requires everyone to think over time because many more problems would appear. I hope singers and organizers would think about new ideas." Would he add shows to ease the fight over tickets? Wa Jai said, "I just recovered, and I can't add more shows than 20. If I add matinees I am afraid that I won't be able to handle it. Later the very powerful (Jacky) Cheung Hok Yau will also perform concerts, so adding shows would be a problem."

Was he worried that the September 4 ticket sale would crash the system? Wa Jai stated, "I am, because there are still a lot of problems. We only have one pipe and three channels, congestion is expected. So I hope those involved would be more tense and do a little better!"

Goo Jai and Sam Gor Miu Kiu Wai have many action scenes in THE WHITE STORM 2 DRUG LORD. Goo Jai played the villain boss and would not fight until he had to. Sam Gor instead jumped from 6 floors above, but he used a double. Goo Jai also had a train track scene that was highly dangerous. When asked if they asked Wa Jai for concert tickets, Goo Jai said that he ordered a few from a certain channel for family and friends. Sam Gor also said that he ordered tickets but they had to be rationed. He said, "Each time Wa Jai performs a concert, my phone would be very busy like people know I would definitely have tickets. So I would say that actually Wa Jai and I aren't too close!" Goo Jai said, "I get calls for all concerts in this business, like I am a ticket retailer!"


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The film MEN ON THE DRAGON (YIK LAU DAI SHOOK) grew stronger in momentum as it broke HK$ 10 million at the box office. Two nights ago it held a celebration. Francis Ng Chun Yu, Nancy Wu Ting Yan, Tony Wu Tsz Tung, Jacquelin Chong Sze Man and director Sunny Chan Wing Sun attended. Each held a special edition moon cake to celebrate in hopes of the film to keep its run until the Mid Autumn Festival.

Ng Chun Yu admitted although this time the film did not open to a HK$ 10 million box office, but with word of mouth it grew stronger and stronger and thus he still felt pleased. Earlier he stated that if the box office would pass HK$ 10 million he would show off his muscles. He immediately said that Poon Chan Leung was the one who agreed. He of course would wait until the end. For how much would he be willing to? He said, "It's not a money issue. Later it may go to HK$ 12 or 15 million, I would cover the end. I am working out right now, I will show what I will get. However Poon Chan Leung said that he would show one piece (of muscles). He really is irresponsible."

How would Ting Yan show her support? She said, "I normally work out, I have to work out more, but of course Brother (Chun Yu) would have to. That's rare. How often would you get to see him showing off for everyone. No one has seen him do it all the years!" Chun Yu admitted that he hoped the audience would continue to support the film, as he did not want the film to stop at HK$ 10 million. He also thanked the 4 major cinema circuits for their support, scheduling cinemas to have prime time shows and enabling them to row their dragon boat until the Mid Autumn Festival. However the film cost HK$ 16 million. Chun Yu said that even if the box office will reach HK$ 20 million they still will be empty handed. "In business you can't disappoint the boss, you have to make a little for further investment next time."

Wu Tsz Tung was working on a movie and still took a hour meal break to attend. He was very happy that the film made over HK$ 10 million at the box office and hoped that it would run until the Mid Autumn Festival. The entire family could see it. Since every "uncle" would show their muscles to thank the audience, Wu Tsz Tung said that people have already seen his muscles in the film. Ken Wong Tak Bun, Poon Chan Leung, Ng Chun Yu and director Chan Wing Sun would have everyone's interest instead.

Tsz Tung said that his girlfriend Stephanie Au Hoi Shun has already seen the advanced screening with family and praised him. As for her Asian Games silver medal performance in the 4X100 medley relay, he said, "I congratulated her. As an athlete one would give their all in every race. Awards are encouragements. She too values the process more than the result, but this medal gives her even more confidence as she wants to prepare for the Olympic Games!" His girlfriend just returned to Hong Kong and is resting. He has to work so he hoped to take time in a few days to celebrate with a good meal.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

[2018.08.30] FOR THE WEEK ENDING AUGUST 26 2018

For the week ending Sunday August 19 2018
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10 MILE 22
    d. Peter Berg
    Mark Wahlberg, Lauren Cohan, Iko Uwais, John Malkovich, Ronda Rousey,

    d. Ol Parker
    Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Meryl Streep, Cher,
      Christine Baransk, Pierce Brosnan, Dominic Cooper, Colin Firth,
      Andy Garcia, stellan Skarsgard, Julie Walters

    d. Jon Turteltaub
    Jason Statham, Li Bingbing,
      Rainn Wilson, Ruby Rose, Winston Chao, Cliff Curtis

    d. Kam Ka Wai
    Donnie Yen Chi Tan, Joe Chen Chiao-En,
      Luo Mingjie, Kang Yu,
      Bruce Tong Kwan Chi, Chris Tong Kwan Yiu,
      Gladys Li Ching Kwan, Gordon Lau Chiu Kin,
      Chaney Lin (Lam Chau Nam), Yun Qianqian,
      Dominic Lam Ka Wa, Alfred Cheung Kin Ting, Wu Fung, Jack Lok Ying Kwan,
      Benjamin Auyeung Wai Hoo, Billy Lau Nam Kwong, Li Fong, Koo Tin Lung
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 120 mins.
  Opening August 1 2018 at the Montreal Fantasia International Film Festival
  Opening August 16 2018
  Trailer :

    The high school is in crisis, the students are underperforming and preoccupied with non- academic activities. Mr. Chen, aka Big Brother, a teacher with rather rusty writing skills but armed with the most knowledgeable fists and heart of steel, comes to enlighten and inspire the students with his unconventional teaching methods. Just as the kids are improving their work and enjoying the merits of the educational system, an opportunist entrepreneur creates havoc by sending in a motley gang of fighters to win over the land. Their approach, however, isn't all that persuasive with Mr. Chen, and he and his beloved class are going to give the unwelcome guests the benefits of a real education.

    A high school teacher may seem ordinary but in actuality has a particular set of skills. When he goes in search of his missing student, he gets into trouble with several mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters. His dark past soon comes back to haunt him.

    Henry Chen, who just started to work as a high school teacher, is faced with the crisis that his school might be scuttled by the government. And his students, the combative Jack, ADHD Bruce, video-game fanatic Chris, tomboy Gladys and Indian-Pakistani Gordon are all poorly-qualified in both conduct and academic performance. Henry uses unconventional teaching methods to smooth every problem his students are facing, and finally manages to tame all his students one by one. Just when everything seems to be working out for Henry, a disastrous incident happened in the class. Battle-hardened veteran Henry has to set out on an ultimate battle with all the teachers and students to defend the school from being disqualified.

    d. Christopher McQuarrie
    Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, Vng Rhames, Simon Pegg, Rebecca Ferguson,

  Can : Yik Lau Dai Shook
  Lit : Against The Stream Uncle
  AKA : Man Shui Chin Shan Jung Wan
  Lit : Ten Thousand Water Thousand Mountain
    d. Sunny Chan Wing Sun
    Francis Ng Chun Yu, Poon Chan Leung, Ken Wong Tak Bun, Wu Tsz Tung,
      Nancy Wu Ting Yan, Jennifer Yu Heung Yi, Jacquelin Chong Sze Man
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 92 mins.
  Opening August 2 2018
  Trailer :

    Lung, Tai, Suk-yi and William are happy-go-lucky employees of a broadband network company who muddle their way through each day at work. When massive layoffs are expected, they pledge their loyalty to the company by signing up for the newly formed dragon boat team. When they embark on their rigid training, they’re inevitably forced to face their respective mid-life crises they have been dodging. As they rekindle their long-lost fighting spirit, they begin to welcome the challenges in life.

    d. Jon M. Chu
    Constance Wu, Henry Golding,
      Michelle Yeoh (Yeung Ch King), Gemma Chan

    d. Genndy Tartakovsky
    English Voices: Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Kevin James,
      David Spade, Steve Buscemi, Keegan-Michael Kay,
      Molly Shannon, Fran Drescher, Kathryn Hahn, Jim Gaffigan,

  Can : L FUNG BO
    d. David Lam Tak Lun
    Louis Koo Tin Lok, Julian Cheung Chi Lam, Kevin Cheng Ka Wing,
      Stephy Tang Lai Yan, Patrick Tam Yiu Man,
      Michael Tse Tin Wa, Adam Pak Tin Nam, Toby Chan Ting Yan,
      Louis Cheung Kai Chung, Liu Kai Chi, Babyjohn Choi Hong Yik,
      Anika Xia Yan (Janelle Sing), Lo Hoi Pang, Helena Law Lan,
      Mak Cheung Ching, Deon Cheung Chung Chi, Ding Haifeng
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 96 mins.
  Opening August 23 2018
  Trailer :

    The Chief Investigation Officer of ICAC, Hong Kong’s corruption watchdog law enforcement agency, is framed and suspended from work during an investigation of the corruption in Custom Department. As the investigation progressed, he proves himself innocent and the criminals are arrested.

  Can : Yu Sun Tung Hung Jung Gik Sum Poon
  Lit : Walk With God: Ultimate Judgement
    d. Kim Yong-Hwa
    Ha Jung-Woo, Ju Ji-Hoon, Kim Hyang-Gi, Ma Dong-Seok,
      Kim Dong-Wook, Lee Jung-Jae
  Rating : IIB
  Length : 141 mins.
  Opening August 9 2018
  Teaser :

    Su-hong and his 3 Afterlife Guardians journey through 7 hells in order for all them to be reincarnated, while a household god defies all rules to help ordinary people in the living world. And the afterlife guardian’s tragic lives on earth thousand years ago are uncovered one by one during their battle against the god in human world.


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The film HOTEL SOUL GOOD (NUI WONG CHONG DOH CHING) two nights ago held a banquet. Actors Chrissie Chau Sau Na, Maggie Siu Mei Kei, Louis Cheung Kai Chung and ToNick attended. Ah Chung said that the film was made around a year ago, a dark comedy in which he and Chau Sau Na played happy rivals. She could see ghosts and he would often be possessed by three ghosts Eric Kot Man Fai, Richard Ng Yiu Hon and Siu Mei Kei. Thus he had to imitate their movement. Each actor has his or her uniqueness that could be easily grasped, but required observations of their behavior.

Was playing a woman the hardest for Ah Chung? He said that fortunately he has worked with Maggie on television and spent five or six months together. He was rather familiar with her gestures. "Maggie is as pretty as a fairy, I would do my best to imitate her as I don't want to make her look ugly!" Ah Chung praised Maggie for being good looking and a good actor. When she started he already took notice and watched her grow. "When I was a little I would skip my homework to watch her series. Of course I thought she was very hot. She is just as hot now. I am very happy to be able to work with her!"

Maggie felt embarrassed from Ah Chung's praise. "I don't know what to say. Today he is doing charity work. I feel that Chau Sau Na is very pretty." Sister Na praised Ah Chung for working hard to get into his character. With him at work the set would be very happy. In addition he was very willing to help others. Maggie n the film played Chau Sau Na's late mother. Speaking of working with Ah Chung and Kot Man Fai, was holding back her laughter hard for her? Sister Na said that when the director yelled cut they were still being funny. She really was very afraid of them improvising on the spot. During the performance she had to stay alert.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

[2018.08.29] FOR THE WEEK STARTING AUGUST 25 2018

For the week starting August 18 2018

  Can : Oi But Dut Hung But Dut Sei But Dut
  Tiger Hu (Wu Yin Bun)

  Can : Gai Ma Yau Hei
  Chen Linong (Chen Lap Nung)

  Can : Yu Gein Ming Tin Dik Nei
  Sophia Huang (Wong Yi Shan)

  Can : Ping Fan Dik Yut Tin
  Mao Buyi (Mo Buk Yi)

  Can : Yiu Gwun ji Mo
  Miriam Yeung Chin Wa

  Can : Mo Yun Doh
  Bibi Zhou Bichang

  Can : Si Mo Gei Dan
  Joker Xue (Sit Ji Him)

  Can : Ng Wui
  ZTao (Huang Zitao)

  Can : Ji Yiu Ping Fan
  Zhang Jie, Diamond Zhang Bichen

  Can : Ji Ngor Gum Gok Wan Ho
  Gin Lee Hung Ngai

  Lil Ghost (Siu Gwai)

  Can : Yun Chai Dik Ngai Shook
  Kay Tse On Kay

  Can : Sum Ji For Hok
  Joey Yung Cho Yi

 2 AM I ME
  Can : Jim Jim
  Eason Chan Yik Shun

  Can : Wong Pai Yuen Ga
  Li Ronghao


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The Eric Tsang Chi Wai produced, Chin Ka Lok directed action film THE GOLDEN JOB (WONG GUM HING DAI) invited "YOUNG AND DANGEROUS" Dior Cheng Yi Kin, Jordan Chan Siu Chun, Michael Tse Tin Wa and Jerry Lamb Hiu Fung to "reunite". Tin Wa, Ka Lok and Lam Hiu Fung's stills yesterday were released for the first time. As "intelligence agent" Bill, Tin Wa continued to look explosively chok as a superficial person who was only after a materialistic life and valued food and fun. Thus he did not mind taking a short cut to make a quick buck. In the end he made a mistake and sold out his brothers, leading to a break up; the Ka Lok played "driver" was calm. Not only did he excel in driving and upgrading vehicles, he was able to remain calm in danger. He was the "mediator" between the brothers; as the "hacker" Mouse, Lam Hiu Fung looked no different from the average "otaku" but actually is the a top notch computer expert. Because he was the youngest and easy going, he became the target of his brothers' ridicule.


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Jason Chan Pak Yu yesterday appeared on Commercial Radio. Speaking of working on the charity film ADIEU (GO BIT JI JIN) at the invitation of his friend King Chiu King Ho, the director Kenneth Lau Hau Wai was suspected to have "run off" after swindling tens of millions. Jason admitted that the news was very surprising. As for Chiu King Ho gathering investment for the film from friends, he said that Chiu King Ho felt guilty and hoped that he would not carry the weight of it all by himself.

Jason said that during the production nothing was unusual. After the shoot he immediately received his salary. He heard that the film would be edited again for scoring, but he did not know about any actual release date. Earlier he attended a screening and said that he was not good at emotional scenes at all. At most he was only able to perform brotherly love. He had a hard time with getting into character and falling for his co-star. Thus he was not good at relationship scene and joked that his wife could relax.


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Louis Koo Tin Lok and Julian Cheung Chi Lam reunited in the film L STORM (L FUNG BO). The "ageless wonder" Chilam shook off his "face value" pretty look, and appeared with a rough beard and tattoo look that his wife Anita Yuen Wing Yi really appreciated. Without any "tattoo" in real life he joked that he had a love tattoo long ago -- "heart tattoo" as he tattooed everything in his heart to express his love to his wife Len Len. As the top ICAC investigation supervisor Goo Jai would have many car chases. The Best Actor performed the stuns himself without holding back, the most important was to take the proper safety precaution.

Cheung Chi Lam said that this time was not a face value competition with Goo Jai. Instead he would make himself ugly with a beard and tattoo. "In the past I have played cops many times, I ask for a different look so when I promote I can tell which movie it is as soon as I see the poster." Chilam's father in law is a retired cop, so naturally he asked for some information on being a cop. He also asked his police friends so he would be more confident in his performance.

Working in the heat was rather rough for Chilam. "The studio that the police station main set was in had no air conditioning. Each time I went I would be soaked through. I tried to finish quick. I sweat so much even my shorts were drenched. When I got home I could wring the sweat out of it."

As for his outstanding costume in the film, he said, "Many friends like this tattoo bearded look and think it's great. In particular Deborah Li praises how good looking it is and even asks me to keep it. My wife also says it's very manly. I don't have any tattoo, when I see myself with the sticker tattoo designs it is a lot of fun. I also show my son Demon Child (Morton)." In real life, Chilam never thought of getting a tattoo and had no idea what tattoo he would get. As for love tattoo, Chilam snickered, "It's tattoo in the heart, it's a heart tattoo. (Would you accept your son getting one?) I rarely object to what he does, as long as he isn't a bad person maybe he can get 'serve the country with the utmost loyalty', haha."

Goo Jai in the film had car chase scenes. He did not feel they were dangerous. In addition working on car chase was his favorite because normally he would not have the chance to drive. Usually he would only have a chance at work. In recent years he has made many car chase scenes, the most important was to take the full safety precaution. He said, "Earlier I just finished a car crash scene, which was dangerous. I still performed it myself as I didn't want to use a double. The most important to coordinate with everyone, take all the safety precaution, make sure whether the knees would hit the front and whether the seat belt is tight enough. (Now you probably would watch myself even more?) I try to do whatever I can, the level of realism is much more entertaining."

Speaking of Stephy Tang Lai Yun's lack of car chase experience, would Goo Jai give her some advice? He said, "I don't need to, when I drive fast she would be very frightened, we try not to rehearse that so real emotions can flow." Goo Jai lamented because this year all the winter movies have been shot in the summer. Earlier many places around the globe had high temperature heat wave. Goo Jai wore long sleeve under the blazing sun all day. He said that he has not have heat rash yet, but he felt dizzy like a symptom of heat stroke. I had to drink sweet beverage to replenish. When day turned into night, he had to adjust to the biological clock and was very tired all over.

L STORM opened for 4 days. Its cumulative Hong Kong box office was HK$ 4,571,084, the best opening week performance for a Hong Kong film in recent weeks. When L STORM opened, it became the box office champion with HK$ 1,027,491 and outran all the Chinese and foreign films. As the soul of three anti corruption storm film series films, Goo Jai said, "Making the movie is very hard, persisting is very hard. For the movie to reach the first and second films it is already very hard, from one to three it is even harder. So I hope everyone would support L STORM."


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Chow Yun Fat is very happy to hold guns again
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The film PROJECT GUTENBERG (MO SEUNG) will open on October 4th. Two leads Chow Yun Fat and Aaron Kwok Fu Sing yesterday at the promotion turned into the group's chief executive director and chief technical director to announce the distribution of Hong Kong highest denomination bill HK$ 5,000 and sign a distribution contract in the ceremony. Bona Group Chief Operation Officer Jeffrey Chan Wing Hung, Emperor Group chair Dr. Albert Yeung Sau Sing, director Felix Chong Man Keung, producer Wong Ban, Fat Soh Jasmine Tan, actors Liu Kai Chi, Catherine Chau Ka Yi, Paulyn Sun Kai Kwan, Deon Cheung Chun Chi, Justin Cheung Kin Sing, Leung Kin Ping, Carl Ng Ka Lung and Dominic Lam Ka Wa opened fire to toast to the film's box office success! Fat Gor and Sing Sing have worked together many time. Fat Gor said that this time they worked like "you go, I go". They were like two brothers who would die without seeing each other for a day. After the wrap did Fat Gor miss him very much? Fat Gor said with envy, "Sing Sing has two girls now, what would he need me for?"

Fat Gor grew out his hair and wore sunglasses and the same style of suit as Sing Sing. Fat Gor revealed that from June last year when the production began to the August wrap, he went to Chiang Mai and Vancouver for location shoots. Sing Sing pointed out that this time Fat Gor had it the roughest this time because in Chiang Mai had to be in a rain of bullets and do wire work. Fat Gor joked, "I am very happy, I haven't held a gun in a long time!" Would he dual wield like in A BETTER TOMORROW? He said, "All kinds of guns, even squirt guns. It's very exciting, but it is still quite far from the 80s. Before when I worked it would take half a year, now it would take only two week. Before whatever the director wanted to shoot we shot, we could even scrap what we shot. Now it is very expensive to make a movie. The planning has to be even more precise."

Did he get hurt from the action and gun fight scenes? Fat Gor stated, "Since I got into the habit of exercising I am more agile, even ten Kwok Fu Sing would die!" Sing Sing admired Fat Gor. They both exercise to stay fit but Fat Gor even hired an instructor to train his shooting. After years of movies with guns he still trained anew. Fat Gor said, "I used to just guess. I live and I learn, I have to more than look he part. I trained for several months. I am smart and a good student, I also put a lot of effort into it!"

Sing Sing also praised Fat Gor since working together last year he is just as fit. Fat Gor instead thanked Sing Sing as his "mentor". When they first worked together on THE MONKEY KING he saw Sing Sing running in the room after work. He was affected to work out as well. Now even his hepatitis has been cured, he felt the benefit of exercise truly was wonderful. Fat Gor said, "The first time we worked together we just poked at each other, in COLD WAR we didn't have much time together either. This time you go I go, like two brothers who would die without each other for a day!" Would he miss him very much now? Fat Gor said, "Sing Sing has two girls, what would he need me for? He has a big treasure and a small treasure, his daughter is even the golden goblet!" Fat Gor also asked Sing Sing if his daughter has learned to say Papa? Sing Sing smiled and said that she started baby talk.

Earlier the film TRIVISA (SHU DAI JIU FUNG)'s team was sentenced for mismanagement of prop currency. Fat Gor said that this time the team followed the process exactly and reported to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and Film Censorship Office. All the "currency" printed were reported.

Cheung King Sing was a judge on ViuTV's KING MAKER but received online criticism that he was saying nothing useful. He said that he has already been "censored" and thus he had no comment. From now on he would choose more careful and judge again when suitable. However he said that the program has been edited, which made him look like he was upset all the time. This time would be a good lesson for him.


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Ron Ng Cheuk Hei and Annie Liu (Lau Sum Yau) two nights ago attended the film JOI GEIN NUI YUN GAI (SEE YOU LADIES' MARKET) production wrap banquet. Sum Yau brought out a cake to celebrate Ng Cheuk Hei's September 9th birthday in advance. He would celebrate with dinner with family on the actual day.

Sum Yau during the shoot had a skin reaction from the make up and non stop perspiration. The medicine made her face swell up a little. She said, "The film has many night scenes, staying up is bad for the skin and the body. I am used to getting up and going to bed early, but when I get off work it's time to get up." Ng Cheuk Hei did not mind working nights because he was used to it from working on TVB series. He joked that the word "sleep" had nothing to do with him, the worst was when he went 7 days without sleep. When he got home he showered then went back to work. "At the time I was just a shell without a soul, I was so tired that I couldn't even remember my lines. In 4 or 5AM I had a scene with Brother Chung (Damien Lau Chung Yun), by the third take I couldn't say a word. The director couldn't take it anymore and told me to go home. On the way home at 50 miles per hour I still scrapped the divider." Sum Yau was impressed with Ng Cheuk Hei being able to go 7 days without sleep. Earlier when she worked on DEEP IN THE REALM OF CONSCIENCE she could not take three days without sleep. Ng Cheuk Hei said, "If I can't take it I lose my job right away." Sum Yau pointed out that the company would fight for rest time for her. Sometimes when work went overtime it would be for the good of the show. If no one got to sleep she would not ask for rest.


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The Jacky Pang Yi-Wa produced, Jingle Ma Chor Sing directed, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Kris Wu Yifan, Tiffany Tang Yan, Jennifer Du Juan, George Lam Chi Cheung starred EUROPE RAIDERS (AU JAU GUNG LEUK) will open Thursday in Hong Kong. With the release on the way, Wai Jai again released the latest, fully electrifying, heart stealing special to again raid the audience's hearts. In the special, Wai Jai relied on his electric eyes to ask the audience to watch his latest film EUROPE RAIDERS. He even interpreted his classic lines from IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE (FA YEUNG NIN WA) and fully displaying his mesmerizing charm.

Sunday, August 26, 2018


Miss Hong Kong Hera Chan

First runner up Amber Tang
second runner up Sara Ting
Favorite Honey Ho disappoints

Alice Chan gets a contestant name wrong

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The 5' 8" Hera Chan has quite a stage presence

Petite Amber Tang
Sara Ting feels her performance is a little tense

Honey Ho loves to scuba dive

For the first time two former Miss Hong Kongs Louisa Mak and Crystal Fung host.  Of course they are no match for the veteran host Carol Cheng
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Miss Hong Kong Hera Chan, first runner up and Miss Photogenic Amber Tang and second runner up Sara Ting
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The 2018 Miss Hong Kong pageant took place last night at the Television City in Tseung Kwan O. Public voting decided the top three, in the end favorite candidate 17 Hera Chan Hiu Wa won the crown for Miss Hong Kong; the first runner up was the pre race "dark horse" candidate 20 Amber Tang Cheuk Yan won Miss Photogenic as well; second runner up candidate 7 Sara Ting Chi Tin. The candidates chose Miss Congeniality, candidate 8 Claudia Chan Ching Hiu. All three broke into tears of joy as the candidates wiped away Chan Hiu Wa's tears with tissues in a show of friendship.