Andy Lau has 'died' over 100 times in past films -- here's what he wants to do next

26 September 2014 / 2 years 1 month ago

Andy Lau has been working on Sammo Hung Kam Bo's film 'LO WAI BING' in Russia recently.

He joked that he only had two or three fight scenes in his guest starring role and left the heavyweight fight scenes for the young Big Brother Hung Kam Bo, reports hktopten.

Lau joked, "In the past I often played scenes in which I got beaten up, almost dying in all of them.

"I have counted, in my past films I have died in over 100 of them."

Addressing Mrs. Charles Heung Wa Keung's earlier claim that  he had said Stephen Chow Sing Chi was not a friend, Andy Lau not only clarified but also admitted that he was a fan, since he has seen almost every one of his films 20 to 30 times.

Lau said, "When there is a difference in the content, I would come out and talk about it for everyone to know the real situation. I haven't worked with Chow in a long time."

Lau has produced many films in the past. He felt that he has always been learning.

"Although I hope to be able to direct one day, I discover that being a director is really too hard." Lau joked, "I can't learn the director's strong presence because I am an idol. I am afraid, I don't even dare to yell at people."

In the future, he hopes to try more relaxing roles in comedy. Yet he humbly said that his would not be as sharp as Stephen Chow's comedy.  He pointed out that Cho has his own world, and Lau's own was more cold-humor like.

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