Friday, August 26, 2011
In the recent year, most of Kenneth Ma's roles are villains. Among them is his Wong Yeh role in The Life and Times of a Sentinel, who plots a plan to seize the throne. Asked if he has a diminished feeling? He said: "Being good for so many years, as an artist, villain roles are really fun, practically what I wish for. I feel I wasn't evil enough. I hope to be villain in another series and go extreme."
In reality, villain roles leave a deeper impression on audience, does Kenneth have confidence to stand out and win an award depending on a villain role? He said: "I don't know either, this is what the audience say. I want an award too because honestly you can ask for higher prices in jobs." Kenneth's most memorable scene was when he forced the emperor out of the Buddhist temple. He said: "My lines were over 40 pages long. It is the most difficult time in all of my acting experiences. It took us 3 nights to shoot that scene, those 3 days was really a deep feeling, very memorable."
Source: Oriental Daily
Translated by: aZnangel @ AEU
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