Tuesday, June 12, 2012


courtesy of takungpao.com

Today, director Wilson Chin Kwok Wai led stars Eric Tsang Chi Wai, Teresa Mo Shun Kwan, Susan Shaw Yam Yam, Mak Cheung Ching, Samantha Ko Hoi Ning in red to promote the film I LOVE HONG KONG 2012 (HEI SEUNG GA HEI) in Shenzhen.  The film will be a family comedy.  In it, Tsang Chi Wai and Mo Shun Kwan interpreted a love story with endless comedy.  To win over the "Old Lady", Tsang Chi Wai not only "gave up his dignity" and performed an erotic dance but also was "Spider-Man, Captain America and Batman" possessed to perform a Chinese parody of AVENGERS.  The film will open on Jun 15 in the Mainland.

Tsang Chi Wai said, "In comedy finding a good partner is uneasy.  Mo Shun Kwan and I have already played 'couples' many times.  We are very optimistic about this film."  Mo Shun Kwan said that she fell in love with dancing during this period.  In the film she only danced a "Lady GaGa" routine to break through her own image and had Tsang Chi Wai under her spell.  Tsang Chi Wai immediately asked the director, "Do we need to make a movie like SEX AND ZEN for us to play a couple and rock the bed for fun?"  Mo Shun Kwan immediately flirted and called him "despicable".  As for the praise of being well maintained, she joked, "I was born beautiful and I like to exercise, so my skin is very delicate and don't have many wrinkles.  Pretty women want to be just like me, they have to exercise more and live healthy lives."

As the film's producer, Tsang Chi Wai said that this film was completed with the collaboration with many Mainland and Hong Kong stars.  Looking back that 15 years of film journey since the Hong Kong Hand Over, Tsang Chi Wai admitted that currently good cinematography and art teams have all moved to work in the Mainland.  Hong Kong has a talent shortage and directly leads to Hong Kong film production reduction.

He said, "The Mainland market is very large.  Even the TITANIC 3D version made over 1 billion at the box office.  Developing Chinese film must be the future film development trend.  As a Hong Kong actor, we now have to merge into the Chinese market and work hard on language, understand Mainland viewer thinking to make even better movies."

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