Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Triumph in the Skies (TITS) was a hit when it broadcasted in 2003. TVB has intentions to shoot a sequel next year with Chilam Cheung, Myolie Wu, Ron Ng, Kate Tsui, Bosco Wong, MC Jin and Miss HK Rebecca Zhu. Yesterday morning, the group arrived at the airport to shoot the Sales Presentation clip.
Part of the original cast, Myolie Wu expressed she has not received the script yet, so she's not sure if it's an actual sequel. Sitting on a wheel chair, Myolie plays a disabled ground crew and was quite familiar with controlling the wheel chair. She even got high and started rolling here and there as if she was dancing, Myolie said: "I've done wheel chair dances before, so I can control the chair. It is a challenge to portary a person with disability because the mentality is different." She expressed she hopes her 'lover' Francis Ng from part 1 could make his comeback, so she can learn more from him. However, she laughed and said she didn't have his phone number. As for rumored boyfriend Bosco Wong didn't appear until 2 hours later, the two were unable to be on location together.
Ron Ng also hopes the original cast could take part in the sequel: "Even with 70-80% of the original cast is good. I want Francis Ng to come back. He's so appealing. As for Flora Chan and Sammul Chan, they may not participate again. (A pity?) Last time, S4 was very successful. I believe this time, the new cast will also create new sparks." Ron and Rebecca were shooting a breakup scene. This is Rebecca's first time shooting a sales presentation, so she was extremely nervous. Even if she only had 1 line to say, she would already be so nervous she couldn't eat.
Also, it was rumored Chilam Cheung would get HK$800,000 per episode for TITS2. Towards this, Chilam laughed: "Not that little! However, I haven't decided to shoot this series yet, look at the script first! (Late work hours though!) Usually, I try my best to avoid it, but if I really accept the series, I won't mind." As for MC Jin, he was dressed as 'Pilot Jin' with the other 'young pilots' William Chak and Daniel Chau . They were excited to shoot their first flight scene.
Source: Oriental Daily
Translator: aZnangel @ AsianEU Forum