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Best Actor Aaron Kwok Fu Sing would work with three film industry hunks on the Emperor anti corruption new film. Playing a lawyer in the film, Sing Sing would have a lot of professional lingo to deal with. With over 30 years of acting he believed that he would be able to hand it.
During the pandemic Sing Sing still had endless film offers. Later he would work with Simon Yam Tat Wa, Raymond Lam Fung and Alex Fong Chung Shun on the Alan Mak Siu Fai directed Emperor new film NOI MOK (INSIDE INFORMATION, tentative title). Sing Sing would play a lawyer in a war of wits with a police officer Lam Fung. Yam Tat Wa's character would be rather special, the soul of the entire story who would traverse throughout flashbacks in the film to bring it to its climax. Fong Chung Shun this time would be a "wolf in sheep's clothing", again accepting a huge acting challenge.
When Director Mak's INTEGRITY (LIM JING FUNG WON YIN MOK) was released two years ago, he already stated that it would be a trilogy. The second film was ready long ago, but due to the pandemic its production start was delayed multiple times. Now for it has been set for April or May. The story was rumored to revolve around criminals using a charitable organization to launder money. The cast and the crew spent a lot of time on research. Because the subject would be fresh and cross the line, viewers would certainly be interested.
Director Mak however had a headache over the choice of actresses. Reportedly he was interested in inviting two "pretty mama" Niki Chow Lai Kei and Kathy Yuen (Tong Yee) to perform. He said yesterday, "We have been in contact, when I have any further information I would tell everyone then."
With young children at home, Sing Sing was unwilling to see the Hong Kong film industry to continue in suspended animation. Earlier after ROB N ROLL (LUM SI HAI GIP) wrapped up production he only rested for three months before deciding to "return" to prop up the market. He would be extra careful with the table read, costume fitting and work later on in order to protect himself and others. In addition, Yam Tat Wa turned 67 yesterday. Due to the pandemic he only stayed home to celebrate with his wife and daughter, and was busy with familiarizing himself with the script. As for his birthday wish, he simply replied, "I just want the pandemic to pass soon, for everyone to live their normal lives again!"