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Friday, September 14, 2012

Ruco Chan Pushed to First Line: Coupled with Linda Chung



TVB will be filming the 30-episode grand production "Big Wheel", which goes through different decades. Produced by Amy Wong, the male leads are TVB's new siu sang Ruco Chan and the recently heavily promoted Edwin Siu. The story is about the two's brotherhood. The two will go from 20 years old to 50 years old. TVB is also spending money by planning to film in Macau for a month. Producer Amy Wong expressed that TVB is investing a lot to film this time. The storyline will film from 1991 to 2013. Because Ruco's character is a police officer in the beginning, there will be many action scenes, and will also be a pair with Linda Chung in the series. Other actors include Kristal Tin, Louis Yuen, etc.

Edwin Siu Excited to Be the Lead

When reporters interviewed Ruco over the phone, he frankly said that he would be collaborating with Linda for the first time: "Actually, she is an actress I really like...gives people a feeling that is very comfortable. In the series, I like her a lot, but there will be some triangular relationship". When talking about having to film action scenes, Ruco frankly said that, although having to film three series consecutively, form is extremely good...believes in being able to handle it. As for Edwin, he expressed that he will be having a significant role for the first time...really anticipating it. When being interviewed, he expressed that, since he is a Foshan person in the series, has to do a more Mainland feel. When talking about TVB promoting him to become a first-line siu sang position, he said, "I accumulated a lot these few years. Have gone from a few episodes to a lead now in these two years...feel very excited. (Many people left, so there are opportunities?) People can see when everyone works hard". Linda also expressed having anticipation for this series. When talking about collaborating with Ruco for the first time, she frankly said that she is happy, and even praised him for being a good actor.

FYI: Before Moses Chan was pulled out of this series, he and Ruco Chan were supposed to play brothers, and the series was supposed to take place in the '80s.

Personal Note: Nice to see a different cast combination in a grand production! Location filming in Macau for a month...definitely a big investment!

Guess Edwin didn't include his series from before his return to TVB, as he was already a lead in "Aqua Heroes".

Will probably be hearing more series news, as TVB is getting ready for the Sales Presentation.

*Credits to orientaldaily


  1. I'm looking forward to the fresh pairing of Ruco and Linda!

  2. I guess Moses was suppose to be the one who turns evil while Ruco was suppose to be the younger brother. I wonder what's up with Amy Wong and the "brother" storylines lately. It was like this in ATF and not this.

    1. To sport3888:

      Since Moses has been pulled out of the series, don't know whether there are changes in the story and the characters.

      However, the original storyline was that Moses would play Ruco's elder brother, and both brothers would like Linda, but she is Moses' girlfriend. Later, Ruco would marry Kristal, but she discovers that Ruco only has Linda in his heart, so they get divorced. Kristal would later marry Louis. Moses later becomes evil.

  3. Ruco Chan, Kristal Tin, Louis Yeun were all in No Good Either Way, also produced by Amy Wong. She's been using Ruco in all her productions lately.

    And why is Ruco Chan always said to be "pushed to first line"? I thought he is already first line after The Other Truth.