“Line Walker 2: The Movie” Films Action Scenes in Spain

By on July 19, 2019 in Movies, NEWS

“Line Walker 2: The Movie” Films Action Scenes in Spain

Boasting an award-winning cast, Line Walker 2: The Movie <使徒行者2: 諜影行動> will be premiering in August. Starring Nick Cheung (張家輝), Louis Koo (古天樂), and Francis Ng (吳鎮宇), the film revolves around the theme of undercover police officers.

Francis stars as the Intelligence Division Superintendent; Nick portrays the Chief Inspector; and Louis portrays the Security Department Superintendent. The female lead will be portrayed by Mainland Chinese actress, Peiyao Jiang (姜珮瑶), who stars as a cyber-hacker. The storyline picks up when Louis begins to suspect the integrity of both Francis and Nick, bringing upon more distrust between the trio. The suspicions between Francis, Nick, and Louis’ characters stem from the conspiracy that a triad had planted a mole within the police force.

Aside from Hong Kong, Line Walker 2: The Movie also filmed in Myanmar and Spain. With the help of local authorities, the film crew was able to close off streets for the explosive action scenes. Filming drew in large crowds  to watch the filming process. The cast was coincidentally in Spain during its annual bull running festival. Chin Ka Lok (錢嘉樂), who serves as the film’s action choreographer, decided to incorporate the action car scenes and shooting scenes with bull running. Although there are many large-scale action scenes involved in filming of this movie, Nick felt that the filming process went surprisingly smooth, thanks to the coordination and efforts of all the staff and crew.

“Line Walker 2: The Movie” Trailer

Source: HK01

This article is written by Huynh for JayneStars.com.

4 comments to “Line Walker 2: The Movie” Films Action Scenes in Spain

  1. jjwong says:

    So stupid to add on the Line Walker tagline; even though I still don’t get the hype of the original TVB series. Does the tagline seriously bring tgem in that much more dough and exposure? There’s no orginal cast nor characters besides UC and mole. This is no difference than Internal Affairs. I used to laught at US copycat of IA and their success but at least they know when to call it quit. HK, or TVB to be more accurate is horrible about milking the shyte out of their imagination, dried up well. Lol.

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    • llwy12 replied:

      @jjwong I’m totally with you on this! But of course, it’s TVB we’re talking about here so it would be surprising if they DON’T milk this one dry (remember Laughing Gor? Though I think LW may end up beating Laughing Gor’s record for the number of sequels / spinoffs / adaptations, lol).

      On the other hand, given what’s been happening in HK as of late and the mounting distrust and public discontent with the HK police force, don’t be surprised if they end up postponing this movie. All programs related to police are sensitive right now, so let’s see what happens.

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      • jjwong replied:

        @llwy12 omg, haha Laughing Gor… more like laughing stalk. SMH. At least that had a common thread – Michael Tse. LW has no originality nor original cast; oh the irony xD

        HK reminds me of US now, or vice versa. Both have reverted or reverting back in time as far as freedom, democracy, and social advance. What a time we live in!

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  2. linnychow says:

    Personally, I really enjoy watching Louis and Nick together. Their on screen presence is really captivating. Just rewatched LW1 on Netflix. Looking forward to LW2!!

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