Thursday, June 30, 2022


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Sandra Ng shares her joy and shows her Oscars invitation email on social media

The 40th Hong Kong Film Award will take place next month, with ZERO TO HERO's Sandra Ng competing for Best Actress 

Sandra Ng won her first Hong Kong Film Award Best Actress with PORTLAND STREET BLUES

Simon Yam and Sandra Ng's ECHOES OF THE RAINBOW received a Berlin Film Festival prize
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The 95th Oscars will take place on March 21 next year. The event announced that 397 artists and film workers were invited to join the Oscars' Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science and two days ago the newly invited membership list. It included 3 Hong Kong representatives: Sandra Ng Kwan Yu, film producer Hui Yuet Chun and film distributor Tsui Foon.

Kwan Yu yesterday shared the excitement on IG. "OMG I got into the". In the video she said that she received the email right before bed at night to congratulate her on her invitation to become a voter. She could not believe it and even kept screaming OMG as she read it, waking up her sleeping husband. Kwan Yu even picked up the phone to show the email and said that she immediately accepted it, making her officially a members of the Oscars.

Chinese film workers who have been invited to become Oscars members included Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Maggie Cheung Man Yuk, Ang Lee, Donnie Yen Chi Tan, John Woo (Ng Yu Sum), Zhang Ziyi, Andy Lau Tak Wa, Sylvia Chang and others. After being invited and accepted as a member, they would have the right to vote for the Oscars.

The Kwan Yu produced and starred Hong Kong film ZERO TO HERO (MAMA DIK SUN KEI SIU JI) represented Hong Kong in the competition for the 94th Oscars "Best International Film" nomination. Although it was unable to break into the top 15, it was already a recognition. Kwan Yu with this film would compete for this year's Hong Kong Film Award Best Actress.

Wednesday, June 29, 2022


Fish Head Won told their mother about Pai Piao's skipping school and got him a beating
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Jason Lau (Pai Piao) and his brother Lau Won (Fish Head Won), To Yin Gor, Mary Han Ma Lei, Yeung Suk Mui and others yesterday were guests on a Radio and Television program. Pai Piao hoped to have a chance to work with his brother again, that a boss would invest in a comedy as they were confident that they could make the audience laugh to tears.

Pai Piao and Fish Head Won's action films were popular for a time. Pai Piao admitted that now he would like to make comedy. "Making so many years of action films, being on the wire, rolling on the ground, getting hurt, busted open I have done them all. So I want to try comedy, which is low cost and fun." Fish Head Won joked that he would be responsible for getting girls and throwing away money in the story. On the program the brothers talked about anything and everything. Pai Piao joked that aside from foul language they could talk about anything. He recalled their childhood. "When we were little we were mischievous street kids. I constantly skipped school to play on the soccer field, in the end my little brother told Mama. Mama chased me down several streets with a cane." Pai Piao already valued his relationship with siblings as a child. As long as his siblings were picked on he would stand up and get justice. "Once Fish Head Won found someone making an illegal antennae connection on the roof and took a beating. After I found out I immediately brought the gears, went looking for the person and busted him open." Yeung Yuk Mui uncovered Pai Piao's tender side. When they worked on a series earlier, she saw that around 2 or 3 AM he would go to a corner and softly talk on the phone. Pai Piao clarified that he was only calling his wife in Canada, in order to avoid affecting the shoot of course he had to talk softly.


Even the famously professional Sing Sing was frowning from the heat

Instead of enjoying the air conditioning in the vehicle, Aaron Kwok remained under the fan cooled tent with the team after the shoot

Aaron Kwok and Chan Kwok Bong were in suits despite the heat

The Aaron Kwok Fu Sing, Francis Ng Chun Yu, Simon Yam Tat Wa starred Emperor Motion Picture NOI MOK (INSIDE INFORMATION) is currently in production, but the team recently ran into many difficulties. The earlier downpours made many last minute changes to location shoots. Luckily the team including director Alan Mak Siu Fai and producer Tin Kai Man was full of experience and able to resolve any problem as it arose.

Two days ago, Sing Sing and Chan Kwok Bong in the sweltering heat shot an investigation scene in Sheung Wan. Although it was a dramatic scene, they wore heavy suits on the streets under the blazing sun. They walked around like they were carrying "human ovens". Although they were drenched, they were great actors as they got into character as soon as cameras started rolling. Chan Kwok Bong frowned on the street as the lawyer Sing Sing made a dominant appearance, and conversed with me. When many neighbors saw Sing Sing they took out their phones to take photos, but they were very orderly and did not hinder the shoot.

This dramatic scene took a dozen or so minutes to complete. Due to how hot and humid the das has been, after the shoot the first thing Sing Sing did was to "remove his armor". He took off the suit jacket. For the convenience of the team he remained on the set despite the heat and watched playback with the director and the producer. He did not return to the vehicle to enjoy the air conditioning as the team remained united.

Sing Sing was resistant to heat as well as fighting. Reportedly, he and Ng Chun Yu teamed up against the film's big boss. In it they had their share of action scenes and gun fights. Earlier in an ending scene he was injured on the wire, but still toughed out the pain as he did not want to hinder the progress. In the film he was also a taekwondo instructor. The team requested for him to kick higher than his head, thus he would stretch whenever he had free time in preparation. In addition, as the financial director and dangerous figure Yam Tat Wa was also hurt from a 5 floor fall. Despite having a double on hand, he still insisted on personally performing many action scenes. Even with his injury he still persisted until the final minute. He did not ask to stop the shoot.

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

[2022.06.29] FOR THE WEEK ENDING SUNDAY, JUNE 26 2022

For the week ending Sunday June 26 2022
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    Can : Yut Yeung Dik Tin Hung
    Lit : The Same Sky
    d. Daniel Chan Yee-Hang, Tim Poon, Hau Chor Fung, Yip Ching Hang
    Ivana Wong Yuen Chi, Shek Sau, Chu Pak Him, Kevin Chu Kam Yin,
      Michelle Yim (Mai Suet), Stephanie Che Yuen Yuen,
      Anna Ng Yuen Yee,Aaron Chow Chi Kwan, Alex Lam Tak Shun,
      Philip Keung Ho Man, Hubert Wu Hung Kwan, Ben Yuen Fu Wa,
      Eric Tsui Ho Cheong, Jackie Kwok Tung Choi, Eddie Cheung Siu Fai,
      Jacquelin Chong Si Man, Bobular Wong Sing Yui, Wong Yik Ho,
      Terry Zou (Chow Man Ching), Cecilia So Lai Shan, Bipin Karma
    Rating : IIA
    Length : 117 mins.
    Opening June 23 2022

    Jointly presented by Hong Kong's four renowned film companies -- Sil-Metropole Organization, Emperor Motion Pictures, Medai Asia Film and One Cool Film Production, LOOK UP is a Sil-Metropole Organization production that is produced by John Chong, directed by young filmmakers Daniel Chan, Tim Poon, Elvis Hau and Sunny Yip, and set for theatrical release on June 23 2022. LOOK UP is the only local film that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Hong Kong Handover.

    On the occassion of this momentous anniversary, the film hopes to bring joy to everyone. It seeks to understand how young people pursue their ideals and grow by learning to embrace the people and things around them. LOOK UP depicts 25 years in the life of Shun, showing how he helps an autistic artist find self-confidence, resolves a conflict between father and son, promotes the cultural integration of pop music and traditional Cantonese opera, and encourges a South Asian young man to chase his lion dance dream.


    d. Aaron Nee, Adam Nee
    Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe,
      Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Brad Pitt, Oscar Nunez


    d. Takahiro Omori
    Japanese Animation
    Rating : I
    Length : 65 mins.
    Opening June 23 2022

    The main characters go on a camping trip one day in the fall, and that night there was a large and blue moon overhead. They remember a legend that once every five years, on the night of a large and blue full moon, magical cretures will visit the town. As it is said in the legend, five wizard brothers have descended upon the city. Parks, supermarket nd forests were enchanted one after another, and the dazzling and colored city was like party venue. Soon, the fun night was coming to an end and the wizards were coming back to the moon. However, "Tapioca" was amongthem. It was mistaken for the youngest "Five" and taken away...?


    d. Baz Luhrmann
    Tom Hanks, Austin Butler, Olivia DeJonge


    d. Scott Derrickson
    Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Ethan Hawke


    Can : Hai Ji Juen Won Jam
    d. Hirokazu Koreeda
    Song Kang Ho, Gang Dong Won, Doona Bae, Lee Ji Eun, Lee Joo Young
    Rating : IIA
    Length : 129 mins.
    Opening June 11 2022 (Preview)
    Opening June 23 2022
    Trailer :

    "Sanghyeon" is always struggling from debt, and "Dongsu" works at a baby box facility. On a rainy night, they steal the baby "Woosung," who was left in the baby box, to sell him at a good price. Meanwhile, detectives were watching, and they quietly track them down to capture the crucial evidence.


    d. Ruben Fleischer
    Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg, Antonio Banderas


    d. Colin Trevorrow
    Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, DeWanda Wise, Isabella Sermon,
      Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neil,
      Omar Sy, BD Wong, Justice Smith, Daneilla Pineda


    d. Angus MacLane
    Disney Pixar Animation
    English Voices: Chris Evans, Keke Palmer, Peter Sohn,


    d. Joseph Kosinski
    Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Monica Barbaro,
      Val Kilmer, Lew Pullman, Glen Powell, Jon Hamm, Ed Harris


For the week starting Saturday, June 25 2022 (Week 26)


  Can : Wui Sor
  Poki Ng

  Can : Jo Seung 37.2 Doh
  Vincy Chan (Wing Yi)

  Can : Shun Ji Guen
  Anson Kong

  Choi Gat Si Dik Oi
  Hins Cheung King Hin

  Can : Siu Sum Dei Wat
  MC Cheung Tin Fu


Kevin Cheng and Dada Chan set the ground rules for their passionate bed scenes before hand


Dada Chan gets her wish to play a mental patient and challenge her acting

Rebecca Zhu says that she has a very open standard and looks forward to going even further
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Dada Chan, Kevin Cheng and Rebecca Zhu promote BURNING
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In the film BURNING (FUN SUN), Dada Chan Jing played a piano teacher who interfered into doctor Kevin Cheng Ka Wing and his wife Rebecca Zhu's marriage. Dada said, "This time I played an obsessed woman. Finally I could play a mental patient. I was able to jump out of the frame and play patient with post traumatic disorder, fear of closed space and paranoia and fear. I actually love Ka Wing to the point of madness, with a destructive tendency, which gave my acting bug its fill!" However she joked that in real life she had not love so "insanely", because she was very sensible with relationships. She absolutely would not love to hurt others! Cheng Ka wing said that he did not have any way to contact Zhu Chenli and Chan Jing because he had no need at all.

Has Ka Wing ran into the other half who was this obsessed with him? Ka Wing said, "I really don't want to, this is men's worst nightmare. I don't want it to happen. For a married man with a family and wife and children he really loved, I absolutely wouldn't want this to happen." He pointed out that in the film he did not know whether they had a relationship, because the character got drunk and blacked out. He could not remember it, only that he was in trouble. In real life would this happen? Ka Wing said, "No, when a man blacked out maybe something would happen. 30% consciousness while you were drunk. Since I was unconscious. I would definitely know if I was 2/3 drunk. Since I was unconscious what would happen. It's impossible for me, so it's a con. In the story it probably didn't happen either!"

Was the opposite sex off limits to him after marriage? Ka Wing admitted that he had no phone or email contact with Dada and Zhu Lichen. "If necessary I would avoid any misunderstanding, if anything happens we would communicate at work!" What if the other person ask for his number? He felt that this would not be necessary. If they wanted it then something else would happen. Even with being friends he had neither the time nor the interest. "Now my life is all work, sports, remote controlled car racing. The rest of the time I would be with my wife and two sons. So when you ask for my number, if it's work the call would go to my manager. For private use it's unnecessary!" In that phone would he remove all female friends' phone number? Ka Wing said, "Then you wouldn't need to, if you don't want to listen put it on mute until it would stop!" Was his wife Grace Chan Hoi Lam very at ease? Ka Wing joked, "I hope, but I wouldn't tell her to relax. It's my everyday performance, but everyday I am at home. What else would I do?"

In BURNING Ka Wing and Dada had no bed scene, but a passionate struggle near the piano and barricade. Ka Wing said that Grace did not come to supervise, but he gave her advanced warning on which passion scenes would be shot. "Although I don't need to talk in discussion, I still have to tell her. If not I would probably be dead!" Speaking of intimate scene, Ka Wing admitted that it was more awkward for me than Dada. "Actors would always be more awkward than actresses, they also want any misunderstanding the least. Because girls wouldn't be thought of as the problem, but if actors have to have some violent behavior, it would lead to many problems. Thus during the shoot we had to be clear. The script only briefly described in text and not specifically say the standard of physical contact. I kept thinking about the visual and the level of standard. In order to achieve good result, after communicating with Dada we began the shoot."

Dada said that while working on the intimate scenes Ka Wing was just as serious. He would pay attention to the result visually, so she was very grateful to him. "Actually for this type of scenes not just the girl would be scared, the fear is even to both male and female. So we properly communicate where we couldn't touch. We would try to avoid them. During the performance we would try to coordinate with the character!" Ka wing praised Dada for her professionalism. "She is an actor with a lot of sense. She is sentimental. Without regard for skill she would have unexpected result!" Dada praised Ka Wing and said that she learned a lot from him, because he was able to keep his eyes all over. He was very precise with his intricate expression. Ka Wing humbly said, "I am an 'old hand'! My age really is greater than hers by a lot!"

In the film Rebecca Zhu played a kind wife and mother but lured a wolf in. She felt that the reason was she wanted to test whether her husband would cheat. In real life she never wanted to test her boyfriend, mainly because when she dated she would trust the other person 100%. She also felt that her boyfriend's score was earned. Luckily she has not run into any scum. Dada also said that when she was young she was naive. Maybe she would feel her ex boyfriend was scum, but now she would look forward to the future more than looking back at past experience. Chu Chu admitted that she really wanted to play Dada's character this time. She also wanted to play some mentally challenged or characters with mental disorder. In the past she was limited by television standards. She hoped to be able to make the challenge in film. "My standard is very wide, but no one has dared to test where my standard is and discover the dramatic effect that is impossible to happen with Zhu Chenli!"


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Ian Gouw and Aaron Kwok play son and father in AFTER THIS, OUR EXILE
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Director Sammo Hung Kam Bo, Ann Hui On Wa, Patrick Tam Ka Ming, Ringo Lam Lan Tung and Tsui Hark teamed up, each picked an era and directed a story about Hong Kong for the film SEPTET (CHUT YUN LOK DUI). The Tam Ka Ming directed segment TENDER IS THE NIGHT (BIT YEH) took place at the end of the 80s, in the midst of an immigration wave. A secondary school first love couple were forced to part because her parents decided to emigrate and his decided to stay in Hong Kong.

Jennifer Yu Heung Ying and Ian Gouw (Ng King To) played this young couple that was being broken up. King To and Director Tam reunited 14 years after AFTER THIS, OUR EXILE (FU JI). Back then at the age of 9 Ian swept the Golden Horse Award Best Supporting Actor, the Hong Kong Film Award Best Supporting Actor and Best New Performer.

This time Director Tam tested the 2 actors' emotional performance. They both had to express the immaturity of a puppy love couple but also the passion on the eve of parting and reluctance to part. They did not lack intimate performance. Aside from Jennifer wearing only underwear on a roof scene, she and Ian also made out in bed. They even went topless for their last night scene.


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Stephen Chow makes a rare appearance and talks about his film dreams
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Stephen Chow talks about Hong Kong film's future development and opportunities
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Celebrating his 60th birthday earlier, Stephen Chow Sing Chi earlier spoke with CCTV reporter Zhu Dan. Sing Yeh talked about his childhood dream. He admitted that because he liked to watch movies, he wanted to become an actor since he was little. Later the movies that he made had a variety of subjects. When asked why his movies had so many Chinese elements, Sing Yeh said, "Because I knew them, I feel this actually is Chinese film's greatest advantage. Actually Chinese history and culture are both very rich, it has too many exciting stories, so we certainly would tell Chinese stories well."

Sing Yeh also said that with the 25th anniversary of the hand over, Hong Kong kept changing because it kept having many opportunities and new ideas. However some still remained unchanged. Hong Kong still was an international financial and cultural center. He said, "For me, I am always Chinese. So Hong Kong and the Mainland actually are culturally identical, share the same blood. We would always celebrate July 1st."

Sing Yeh recalled that a Mainland director told him, his movies inspired him. He pointed out that his creativity also was inspired by Mainland films. Thus Hong Kong and Mainland filmmakers' relationship has always been mutually supporting and learning from each other. He even expressed, "Hong Kong's young people should utilize the Guangdong Hong Kong Macao Greater Bay Area's advantage to carry Chinese stories forward. They would be able to enjoy an enormous market as well as motivate the Greater Bay Area's development. I wish Hong Kong's future, under the support of the nation, would continue to maintain the energy of innovation. We would work hard together to create the future."


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Will Or Wai Lam and Isabel Chan Hoi Ning yesterday attended a promotional event. The Hong Kong Film Award would take place in the middle of next month. Or Wai Lam received a Best Supporting Actor and a Best New Performer nomination. Which opponent did he feel was the favorite? He said that he has found the reasons for every opponent's and his own victory. When Chan Hoi Ning, who has known him for 8 years, was asked who she would support, she awkwardly said, "I really can't chose the New Performer award, because they all are good friends I have known for many years. So I am not answering this question. For Best Actor I personally support Leung Chung Hang. Because a new comer was able to receive this nomination, I am really happy for him." Or Wai Lam just shot a short film with Chan Hoi Ning as a director. Has he planned to direct a feature film? He said that he did not have the guts to think about it.

In addition, the 40th Hong Kong Film Awards' major categories Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best New Performer nominees worked on a photo shoot for the program, the photos from which recently have also been unveiled.


Louis Cheung, Bosco Wong, Albert Yeung, Niki Chow and Carlos Chan
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Louis Cheung and Carlos Chan work on a street chase scene
Bosco Wong runs for his life

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Emperor Motion Pictures TRIAD 3 (JAT JIK 3) recently held its production start ceremony. Emperor Group chief Dr. Albert Yeung Sau Sing personally hosted the event. Producer Ng Kin Hung, Jason Siu Kim Chau and director Ng Ka Wai, leads Bosco Wong Chung Chak, Carlos Chan Ka Lok, Louis Cheung Kai Chung, Niki Chow Lai Kei, Mark Cheng Ho Nam, Michael Tao Dai Yu and others appeared in support.

TRIAD 2 (JAT JIK 2) has not opened yet, but the original team created TRIAD 3 was already starting production. The three leads Wong Chung Chak, Chan Ka Lok and Cheung Kai Chung were rather excited. Bosco revealed, "Last time my character was much more powerful, although this time i was still the eldest one of the three, I told the director, he had to give me some flaw so the audience would get a different feeling. Thus the director came up with some pretty funny faults for me!" Ka Lok also said that the characters were very different between the two films. "Last time I was the important figure who made the brothers turn on each other. This time the three are more united, because we have a common enemy we have to take care of!"

After a long time away from the big screen, Tao Dai Yu and Cheng Ho Nam this time joined the new film and played a pair of mob brothers. Dai Yu said, "We are like brothers but we also compete in the open and in secret. The characterizations have dimensions and they don't just fight and kiss. They would be very exciting!" Brother Mark said that this type of film represented a unique part of Hong Kong, then he very gladly took the role. "I am very happy, whenever I have roast pork it means a production start worship ceremony. Other places would make this type of arrangement. At my own home the feeling is extra different! Over the years, when I work in Hong Kong I also love roast pork and goose rice. Whenever I have it it means I have a job!" Dai Yu humbly said that he was a rare guest in the film industry. "I just chatted with Mark Gor just now during the ceremony. The last time we worked together was already over 30 years (1991). At the time I was still working on television. Time really passed by very fast!" Brother Mark once released a record. Dai Yu also recently with INVERT EARTH became "Music New Discovery". Would they be interested in singing the theme song for the new film? Dai Yu interrupted and answered, "Save this one for Brother Mark, don't mess with me!" Brother Mark heard and joked that his lips were sealed. "I would zip up my lips!" Dai Yu added, "When I was at the artist training class, I studied magic, Chinese dance, sing a little. I just wanted to try anything, the most important for everyone to be happy!" Brother Mark gave Dai Yu the thumbs up. "Multi-talented!"

Sunday, June 26, 2022


Ling Man Lung and MC Cheung work on location in Mongkok
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MC Cheung Tin Fu and Ling Man Lung earlier worked on the Lau Yung directed film ONE NIGHT IN SCHOOL (YEH HAU)'s shoot. The two worked from noon to 2 AM, switching locations from a countryside school and funeral hall to the busy streets of Mongkok and shooting on the Portland Street. MC appeared in a short sleeved shirt, which was very appropriate for his poor but street smart kid design. Although the film has been in production for awhile, MC was very anxious about his first film shoot. Before taking his mark he continued to study the script and practiced his lines, he even made funny expressions like rolling his eyes. However as soon as he heard the director yelled action he got into character and held his own opposite the experienced Siu Lung. The director very quickly accepted the take.

The two shot from the streets into a restaurant. MC and Siu Lung seemingly have already cultivated a connection, often chatting and laughing. Although that night the shoot went to 2AM, many MC fans were drawn to the shoot and continued to look on. After the shoot, MC changed and prepared to return home to rest but he still repaid his fans for their support. He signed autographs on the set and responded to every request.


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Kimbee Chan Hoi Wan as the Joseph Lau Charity Foundation trustee director attended the film SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE (YUT LO TUNG HUNG) advanced charity screening and enjoyed the film with Ebenezer School and Home for the for the Visually Impaired employees and students. Later they even posed for a group photo. SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE was based on a real story and starred Karena Ng Chin Yu, Kara Wai Ying Hung, Hugo Goh (Ng Toi Yung) and others. Kimbee revealed that the story affected her. "Everyone was moved to tears by many parts of the film! The advanced screening aside from the support of the Ebenezer School headmaster Dr. Yuk Tak Fun also had the film's director and screenwriter Ms. (Judy) Chu Fung Han sharing the story behind the film with the audience after the screening. I hope everyone after watching the film would be able to understand the conditions of the visually impaired people even more, care about them more and extend a helping hand to them!"

Friday, June 24, 2022


DaDa Chan praises Rebecca Zhu for her professionalism

In the film DaDa Chan tries to strangle Rebecca Zhu
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Stars DaDa Chan Jing and Rebecca Zhu earlier shot the film BURNING (FUN SUN). For their first collaboration they already had a series of fight scenes. In the film DaDa slammed the piano cover on Chu Chu's fingers. Because she was worried for her co-star's safety, DaDa before the shoot insisted on trying it once on herself. "Chu Chu was very professional. She kept saying no problem, don't worry. I already admire her." Chu Chu said that she has worked on action films before, so she would be more daring. "In one scene DaDa was strangling me. She was afraid that she would squeeze too hard and crush my throat, so often she held back. I told her not to, I needed that feeling."


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Artists Eddie Cheung Siu Fai, Hubert Wu Hung Kwan and Stephanie Che Yuen Yuen participated in a segment in the film LOOK UP (YUT YEUNG DIK TIN HUNG), the final scene of which had to be shot at sea. That day was cold and windy, but in coordination of the story they had to wear flimsy costumes. Afterward Cheung Siu Fai admitted that during thes hoot he already got sick, but to avoid hindering the progress he did not show it. Afer work he went home to take a hot shower.


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Michael Tao does his trademark covering up his face and laugh for fans
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Michael Tao Dai Yu yesterday attended an event. Recently he has been guest starring in the film TRIAD 3 with Bosco Wong Chung Chak, Louis Cheung Kai Chung, Mark Cheng Ho Nam and others. He and Cheng Ho Nam were like brothers but had to fight for the big boss spot. He would have a lot of action scenes and even tough through several all night shoots. "I haven't made a movie in a very long time. The film had fight scenes. The shoot encountered rain and heat, but I still had to work with a mask on. The worst was working at night, we worked all night for several nights. I needed two days of rest to recover afterward." Has he planned to return to work in the Mainland? He revealed that he would not have any plan until after July. He admitted, "Aside from work, I also have to be mentally prepared to return to the Mainland. The 21 day quarantine is very hard to take? (How did you get over them before?) Exercise, binging series and give myself some time to digest."


Maggie Cheung

Tyson Yoshi
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Nicholas Tse removes his sunglasses to show his scar

DJ Maggie Cheung

Aaron Kwok cannot stop talking about his daughters

The 4 month pregnant Elva Ni is working hard for milk money
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DJ Maggie Cheung gets Aaron Kwok moving

(back left) Aaron Kwok, Nicholas Tse, (front left) Karena Lam, Maggie Cheung

Nicholas Tse already applied for concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum two years ago, but due to the pandemic nothing came of it.

Nicholas Tse shows off the almost 2 inch long scar

Elva Ni says that she has more drastic responses to this pregnancy than her previous one
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Aaron Kwok Fu Sing, Nicholas Tse Ting Fung, Juno Mak Chun Lung, Janice Man Wing Shan, Alex Lam Tak Shun and Tyson Yoshi two nights ago dressed up for a label opening party. Maggie Cheung Man Yuk made a surprise appearance as the special guest. Ting Fung kept his sunglasses on, actually he had an over an inch long scar on the corner of his right eye.

Kwok Fu Sing two nights ago after attending the event would still have to return to the set and work on the night shoot for his film NOI MOK (INSIDE INFORMATION).

Ting Fung has not attended at a label event in Hong Kong for a long time. With a scar on the corner of his right eye, Ting Fung said that about three weeks ago he shot an action scene for his film CUSTOMS FRONTLINE (HOI GUAN JIN SIN). He had to jump from over 10 meters above and land on the padding below. However on a test jump he forgot to take off his glasses. "When I fell the glasses injured the corner of my eye. In the end it's my carelessness. Luckily nothing happened during the official shot!" With the scar remaining, he said that he would ask the doctor how to remove it. He believed that it would leave a mark. Would a man mind about leaving a scar? Ting Fung said, "This is how it is for action actors, but I don't want to affect future jobs!" He also said that his mother Deborah Li also knew about his injury. However injuries were inevitable while making action films. This time he underestimated the situation and he promised to be more careful from now on.

Ting Fung earlier worked on CUSTOMS on the busy city streets topless, showing off his six pack "chocolate". Last night under a shirt his chest remained swollen. Ting Fung immediately sucked in his chest and joked that the shirt was tight. "Earlier we fought a lot for the ending, naturally it was trained. I haven't measured how many inches my chest is, but in the 20s I have been bigger. However this time after a week, the six pack abdominal muscles have already vanished. It's actually too hard. I love to eat, ultimately it's 30% training, 70% eating!"

Ting Fung said that in July he would fly to Beijing to prepare for his next film. Was he returning so quickly because he missed people and events in Beijing? (Faye Wong). He said, "Work arranged for me to go to different places, it just keeps changing so I don't know yet!" As for his father, Patrick Tse Yin with TIME (SAT CHOOK GOR WONG) won many Best Actress awards. Was he even more amazing? Ting Fung had nothing but praise. "That's right, very amazing!" Has he celebrated with Sei Gor? He said, "It's just that, I didn't even spend Father's Day with him, but with our family everyday is a holiday!" Did his sons give him any present for Father's Day? He said no comment.