Following the success of Golden Chicken 3 <金雞sss>, Hong Kong actress Sandra Ng (吳君如) will trade in her artificial 38G bust for man-made pectoral muscles when she portrays a sexy and fashionable young man in 12 Golden Ducks <12金鴨>.
During the Chinese New Year season earlier this year, Golden Chicken 3 made a huge splash on the big screen. Starring and produced by Sandra, the film brought in more than 42 million HKD, becoming the box office’s highest-performing Hong Kong movie of the year.
Recently, 12 Golden Ducks released a teaser trailer, showing off the same light-hearted and comedic vein as that of Golden Chicken 3. The film also unveiled a new promotional poster, which shows six brooding men of various ethnicities and – right in the middle of them – a calm and composed Sandra Ng, almost unrecognizable thanks to her short haircut, faint stubble, and impressive set of well-toned abs.
Sandra shared that her male body in 12 Golden Ducks was created by a special effects master from Thailand – the same person who fashioned her enormous bust in Golden Chicken 3. Although she did not have to possess the muscled figure herself, she still had to work very hard to make the transformation convincing.
“Before, the focus was on the upper part of my chest. This time, it’s on the entire upper body, so I had to work even harder to exercise and diet,” she explained. Because her new pectoral muscles were of a fixed thickness, she needed to be slim enough so that when she put on the new skin, her body would not appear overweight or bloated. As a result, she adhered to a diet of mostly chicken and vegetables.
Sandra also admitted that though she looks very comfortable in her new skin in the trailer, she was initially quite shy about it. “I still wasn’t used to it at the beginning,” she said. “It was like I wasn’t wearing a shirt! I knew I was wearing a piece of skin, but I still felt a little embarrassed.”
Like Golden Chicken 3, 12 Golden Ducks is helmed by Hong Kong director Matt Chow (鄒凱光). It is expected to be released in February 2015.
Sandra Ng’s Transformation into a Man
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This article is written by Joanna for JayneStars.com.