Source: Jayne*StarsAmy Wong’sÂ (çŽ‹å¿ƒæ…°) new TVB television drama,Â Big WheelÂ <å·¨è¼ª> is currently still in active drama.
StarringÂ Louise LeeÂ (æŽå¸æ£‹),Â Ruco ChanÂ (é™³å±•éµ¬),Â Edwin SiuÂ (è•æ£æ¥ ),Â Linda ChungÂ (é¾å˜‰æ¬£),Â Kristal TinÂ (ç”°è•Šå¦®), andÂ Louis YuenÂ (é˜®å…†ç¥¥),Â Big WheelÂ is a cross-
millennium drama that centers on the story of two half-brothers during the 1980s to the 2010s.
A majority ofÂ Big Wheel’sÂ story line will take place in the 1990s.
Close attention was put towards recreating 1990s technology and culture in the drama, and TVB expressed that they hoped the viewers will be able to take an unforgettable trip down on memory lane while
watchingÂ Big Wheel.
On the night November 9, Ruco Chan and Linda Chung were caught filming a romantic kissing scene under the rain.
The shot being filmed was about Ruco and Linda hiding inside a phone booth to wait for the rain shower to pass.
The scene is reminiscent of a similar kissing scene between Andy Lau and Maggie Cheung in the 1988 film, As Tears Go By, in which Andy and Maggie also kissed passionately inside a phone booth.
Kissed for 20 SecondsThe scene was filmed in East Tsim Sha Tsui in the early evening, and it attracted a large crowd of curious onlookers, many whom took out their cameras and phones to snap a picture of the
Due to the loud noise and the uncontrollable flash photography, the cast and crew had to retake the scene several times.
Ruco and Linda kissed for about twenty seconds.
Ruco first kissed Linda on her left cheek, and then proceeded to her lips.
Before the camera rolled, Ruco and Linda tried several kissing positions.
Ruco appeared nervous, and asked Linda several times if the proposed positions were fine with her.
Ruco grew more at ease when he had to kiss Linda for a second time.
Ruco and Linda acted very professional, and there were no outtakes.
Afterwards, when Linda was asked what she did to prepare for the romantic scene with Ruco.
Linda simply said, “I chewed a lot of gum.
‘Big Wheel will move its on location filming to Macau in several weeks.
Principal photography is expected to wrap up by December 2012.