I trust that DaDa Chan's illness will not return and that she will not disappear midway through our filming, says Raymond Wong, the director of Z STORM.
At a press conference to promote the movie, Raymond Wong was asked if he was worried that DaDa will pull out of production suddenly like she did in Lan Kwai Fong 3, reported TVB News World.
Wong replied: "I trust DaDa 100%; I am not worried that her illness would return and she would disappear midway."
DaDa, who was also at the event alongside her co-stars Louis Koo and Gordon Lam, was similarly confident about the incident, which subsequently led to her shocking but shortlived retirement.
Revealing that she does need to take any more medication, she said: "I am considered to be completely recovered. My spirit, condition and emotions are now great.
"I am welcoming the job in my best shape. I won't disappear again."
She also admitted that she made a mistake in the past and would cherish any opportunities that come her way in the future.
"Opportunities are priceless. I would take them even if there was no money involved.
"The experience has made me grow up. The worst is already in the past.
"Everyone has times when they are unhappy. Life is about facing unhappiness and eventually accepting it," she added.
Louis also spoke about his involvement in the movie, where he shares a series of action scenes with DaDa and stressed that it is not what people think they were.
In the scenes, the pair would be running for their lives in gun fights and car chases.
Although he injured his hip while personally performing a jump from a gate, Koo will still insist on performing his own stunts for upcoming action shoots.
He was also quizzed on his thoughts over Sammi Cheng's engagement to Andy Hui, to which he said: "I haven't officially congratulated them yet. I want to congratulate them here.
"I wish that they will register and hold a wedding banquet soon, so their buddies can happily congratulate them.
"I don't know what to give them for their wedding. Maybe a gift of cash?"