Michael Miu Kiu Wai, Felix Wong Yat Wah, and Jessica Hsuan attended a promotional event for TVB series, Gun Metal Grey <刑警>. The series will be broadcast on Monday, November 1st in Hong Kong . The cast had great chemistry, with Jessica and Felix sharing a good laugh at the promotional event.
Asked whether Felix was confident of Gun Metal Grey’s ratings, he said, “They will be stable!” (Will Felix film for TVB again?) “If there is a fun series that do not require too much hard work and if the timing works, I will consider it. I hope that my filming fee would be increased a little though!” Since he did not film many comedies in the past, Felix expressed interest in filming a comedy in the future.
Twenty-five years have elapsed since Michael and Felix last filmed The Yang’s Saga <楊家將>together. Since Michael had initially invited Felix to film Gun Metal Grey, will there be future collaborations together? Michael laughed, “No. Felix Wong is so wooden. He would be very funny in a comedy!”
Pierro Ngo Ka Nin was attacked by TVB actor, Sai Ho Ying at a karaoke bar earlier. Michael noted that he had known Sai Ho Ying for over twenty years, noting that Mr. Sai did not appear to possess a violent temperament. Michael said, “Drinking brings out bad behavior, especially for Eric Tsang Chi Wai in the past. But Eric was lucky; perhaps he was blessed by his involvement with charitable events.”
Source: the Sun
Jayne: Felix Wong has a comedic side. I liked his performance in The Young Wanderer<江湖浪子> , which was a very underrated series from the 1980s. Back then, many Jing Yong inspired series were extremely popular, which made The Young Wanderer fall through the cracks. In this series, Felix played a smart-mouthed player with weak martial arts skills who tended to use his wit to pull himself out of danger. A different side of Felix rarely seen in other roles! Believe it or not, that’s my second favorite Felix role after Kwok Jing in “Legend of Condor Heroes.”
I think it would be refreshing to see Felix in a comedy, playing against common public perception of his personality.