Aaron Kwok and Nick Cheung’s “Conspirators” in Theaters April 11

Directed by Oxide Pang (彭順), the latest feature of Aaron Kwok’s (郭富城) The Detective <偵探> trilogy, Conspirators <同謀>, has finally released some official photo stills online yesterday.

The Detective 3 Conspirators, is the third story of an action-packed crime thriller that involves Aaron Kwok’s Chan Tam, a lousy and inexperienced private detective who becomes notorious after solving a near-impossible case. In Conspirators, Tam arrives in Malaysia to investigate his parents’ mysterious deaths, but hidden forces are preventing Tam from discovering the truth. Powerless and in danger, Tam invites the help of odd private investigator, Cheng Fung Hei (Nick Cheung 張家輝), to investigate the mystery.

Oxide Pang said, “Every character is gray. They may look reliable on the surface, but they are unpredictable and calculative. Everyone is hiding a secret, and everyone is using a lie in exchange for the truth.”

Aaron was thrilled to return for the role of Chan Tam, and said, “I have confidence in doing well in the role. This is my third time as Tam, and I am already familiar with this character’s background. I am a detective in spirit.”

Conspirators is Aaron and Nick’s first collaboration. Both recipients of the HKFA Best Actor awards, Aaron and Nick’s first partnership is highly anticipated in the Chinese film industry. Touted as Aaron’s best film after Cold War <寒戰>, critics are also looking forward to the box office success of Conspirators.

A joint production between Hong Kong and mainland China, Conspirators is produced by China’s LETV and Hong Kong’s Universe Entertainment. Jiang Yiyan (江一燕), Leon Li (李晨浩), and Chan Koon Tai (陳觀泰) also star.

The film will open in Hong Kong on April 11.

“Conspirators” Trailer

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Source: Sina.com, Cri.cn

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

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  1. My knowledge and memory may be unreliable but if I remember correctly Aaron has never won the HKFA Best Actor award. The Golden Horse, yes, twice even, but never the HKFA. Can anybody confirm?

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