Supercar crash? No, this is Donnie Yen's latest movie

11 September 2013 / 3 years 1 month ago

A car crash scene was filmed at Salisbury Road underpass yesterday in the wee hours of the morning.

The setup was a major stunt was filmed for YUT GOR YUN DIK MO LUM, the new film directed by Teddy Chan Tak Sum, starring Charlie Yeung Choi Nei, Donnie Yen Chi Tan, Wang Baoqiang and many others.

Several dozen workers arrived early to prepare and closed down the Tsim Sha Tsui bound lanes to coordinate with the shoot.

A luxury car was rammed into the air at the underpass entrance, with wreckage and scattered all over the floor.

Lead actor Yen Chi Tan did not appear, only Yeung Choi Ni who was in uniform in the company of Deep Ng Ho Hong, Emperor Motion Picture new comer Jessica Wong Ka Wai and others on the investigation scene.

Around midnight, Yeung Choi Nei waited to take her mark and had a friendly chat with workers. When she took her mark Yeung Choi Nei kept traversing the scene according to the director's request. In the matter of minutes she was also covered in sweat.

Director Andrew Lau Wai Keung also appeared and switched roles on this night as a guest star.

He was relaxed and often chatted with the cast and the crew. Reportedly, in order to salute the action film colleagues and elders, aside from Lau Wai Keung Teddy Chan Tak Sum would invite 70s and 80s kung fu film elder actors to guest star.

The film also received assistance from many film industry "masters" like Stanley Tong Kwai Lai, Stephen Tung Wai, Dion Lam Dik On and Xiong Xinxin during its shoot. 

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