Sunday, January 27, 2013
Roger Kwok, Wong Cho Lam, Joey Meng, etc. were promoting the new series "Inbound Troubles". As for indications of being unsatisfied and at odds with Cho Lam for constantly changing the script, Roger supported Cho Lam and said, "Everybody's screen time is very equal. May Chan and Corinna Chamberlain are newcomers, so their characters must be stand out. We rely on acting ability in order for the audience to relate to it. The ratings for the series are good because of the contribution of the entire cast and crew". Joey said, "The good feedback for the series after releasing is expected". (Also expected your schoolgirl look to be praised by viewers as being pure and cute?) Not this one. I also did not really dare to watch it, but a friend called me saying it was very good. I went online again to use myTV to re-watch that episode". Roger, who was on the side, laughingly said that it had a childhood memories feel: "If you filmed that commercial back then, definitely would have been more popular than that girl".
On the other hand, regarding girlfriend Leanne Lai saying that she would immediately marry if the ratings of "Inbound" reached 50 points, Cho Lam laughingly said it was impossible: "Fifty points? Then 5,000,000 (actually 3,210,000) viewers would not be going out to watch television. Impossible! Unless there was SARS!"
Reuniting in "Food for the Slaves"
"Inbounds" producer Wong Wai Sing will also be filming the new series "Food for the Slaves". He expressed that many actors who took part in "Inbound" will also take on prominent roles in "Food": "Bob Lam and Cho Lam will also film. Linda Chung is taking a two-month break to return to Canada, so found Joey. Ron Ng is also busy, so replaced by Louis Cheung. Previously, Raymond Lam turned down the emperor role...I found Ben Wong as a replacement".
Source: the-sun, orientaldaily, ihktv, and Weibo
Translated by: hyn5 @ 幸而城 Fortunate City
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