Alex Fong Is Glad That Filming Is Over For “Law dis-Order”

By on March 9, 2016 in NEWS, TV Dramas

Alex Fong Is Glad That Filming Is Over For “Law dis-Order”

Alex Fong Chung-sun (方中信) is still not used to TVB’s gruesome filming schedules. The Legend of Miyue <羋月傳> actor joked that he’s probably not going to shoot another TVB drama for “the next ten years.”

A few days ago, the cast and crew of TVB legal drama Law dis-Order <律政強人> got together for a dinner banquet to celebrate the completion of principal photography. While Alex had a great time shooting the show, he said it was definitely one of his more difficult projects in recent years.

The 52-year-old actor, who plays a lawyer in the courtroom drama, said, “Though I had a lot of fun collaborating with the newcomers and the veterans, it was stressful. I had a lot of scenes, a lot of dialogue, and my partner Liu Kai-chi (廖啟智) never NGs. So much stress!”

A reporter suggested Alex to film a series with a more light-hearted genre to relax himself. “Like sitcoms?” he asked. “The filming schedules are too regular. I wouldn’t be used to that lifestyle.”

His costar Raymond Cho (曹永廉) agreed with Alex, expressing that Law dis-Order was also a very challenging project for him. “But [Alex] made it sound like this would be his last TVB drama,” he said. Alex responded with a laugh, “Don’t expect me to be back for the next ten years.”

Alex then went on to mention that Short End of the Stick <公公出宮> made Raymond really popular in recent months. He said, “[Raymond’s] definitely going to win Best Supporting Actress this year. I’ll present the award to him.”

Law dis-Order, produced by Alex’s longtime collaborator Marco Law (羅永賢), also stars Liu Kai-chi, Ali Lee (李佳芯), Mandy Wong (黃智雯), and Kelly Cheung (張曦雯).

Source: On.cc

This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

7 comments to Alex Fong Is Glad That Filming Is Over For “Law dis-Order”

  1. happybi says:

    Never a fan of Alex’s acting. Always find him a big wooden. His comment about Raymond winning Best Supporting Actress is funny though!

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    • jimmyszeto replied:

      @happybi

      I actually like him a lot. A great actor.He has that silent, cool looking charisma which is very effective in movies. Hasnt really had the same success at TVB yet but he doesent really need it.

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      • happybi replied:

        @jimmyszeto He is like Louis Koo to me.. they are both fine in movies but in series/drama I find them wooden.

        I do like Alex though just not into his acting.

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      • jimmyszeto replied:

        @happybi

        Yes. It’s difficult to suit both series and movies. Some are better actors in series with lots of dialogue.For example Wayne Lai, Gallen Lo. Movie actors are better at using expressions and body language to make quick impressions in shorter scenes. Alex is definitely in the latter group.

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    • jjwong replied:

      @happybi I find Alex a snoozer too. He reminds me of Frankie Lam. They can be effective in that one mellow, aloft, wooden role but fall short in other type of characters.

      I’m more excited about Uncle Chi’s return.

      I HOPE Ali fare out well in this one since I’m not as impressed with her in the Overachievers as others. I’m still a little bitter that’s who TVB chose to be paired with Gallen xD

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  2. vodka says:

    Hope he only joking… would love to see more of Alex Fong!

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  3. mpy8 says:

    Glad to see Alex filming again for TVB and I hope we won’t have to wait another 10 years for him again. Can’t wait to see him and Liu Kai-Chi together on screen!

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