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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Wong Wai Sing Announces Filming "Inbound Troubles" Sequel and Movie


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Artistes Wong Cho Lam, Roger Kwok, Joey Meng, etc. promoted the series "Inbound Troubles" by going out on the street and handing out mandarin oranges, attracting over a hundred passersby to surround them. Because of the series' high ratings, "Inbound" producer Wong Wai Sing announced at the event that the company sees the ideal ratings for the series, thereby deciding to confirm to film a sequel and a movie version.

Joey Meng 'Wins Top Prize' with Mandarin Orange Juice

Joey Meng was promoting the series "Inbound Troubles" by handing out mandarin oranges. A passerby got so excited that [he] threw the mandarin orange at the actors, causing Joey to 'get the top prize' before the new year. Joey, who unfortunately got hit on the head, expressed that her entire body smelled like mandarin oranges, and said that, 'after getting hit', she immediately felt dizzy: "That [hit] was very strong. That person threw it such that the juices even came out. Luckily, I have some fighting experience, so I'm okay. Treat it as 'getting the top prize'". She also pointed out that Louis Cheung, who was standing beside her at the time, was not able to protect her: "He was not fast enough to see it or catch it. Will definitely torture him when collaborating in our next series".

Wong Cho Lam Continuing to Play on China and Hong Kong Conflicts for "Inbound Troubles" Sequel

When Wong Cho Lam attended a promotional event for "Inbound Troubles", he expressed being scared and happy about the sequel. He said, "Happy because it proves that the company supports us. Scared because have to think about another 20-episode series. Have to discuss it with the scriptwriters. (Are you afraid of causing dissatisfaction from the scriptwriters again?) No, the collaboration process was pleasant. Perhaps, there were a few other voices, but some people aren't even in the company anymore". When asked whether TVB would create limitations about mentioning the conflicts between China and Hong Kong because of the many complaints, Cho Lam said, "The company has given reminders. Hard to do if too sensitive. Also, already went through before. If allowed this time, then able to continue". As for Ivana Wong, filming series has caused people to see her in a new light. She is interested in filming the sequel, also laughingly saying that she must increase her fee: "I didn't say that I would accept it. Must take the opportunity to increase the fee to spend a prosperous year. (Able to spare time to take part in the sequel?) Hope to accommodate everyone. In the end, I am a singer".

May Chan & Corinna Chamberlain on "The Green Room"

Personal Note: The sequel will most likely film at the end of the year. :)

Funny how Joey said that she will torture Louis in their next series! :P

*Credits to the-sun and orientaldaily

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