“Line Walker: The Movie” Heads Over to Studio City Macau’s Golden Reel Ferris
The feature film adaptation of TVB’s hit show Line Walker <使徒行者> has moved its production to Macau. The movie, which stars Nick Cheung (張家輝), Louis Koo (古天樂), Francis Ng (吳鎮宇), and Charmaine Sheh (佘詩曼) as Ding Jeh, commenced principal photography in December of last year. Produced by Virginia Lok (樂易玲) and Wong Jing (王晶), Line Walker is directed by Jazz Boon (文偉鴻), who produced the original television series.
A few days ago, the Line Walker cast were spotted in Macau shooting a scene at Studio City Macau’s Golden Reel ferris, the world’s first figure-eight ferris wheel. Located between the two towers of the resort, the Golden Reel is 130 meters off the ground and can fit up to ten people per pod.
Francis was beyond excited when he stepped into the golden reel pod. “One of the most unique things about Studio City is that it has a ferris wheel that is shaped like the number eight. It is the world’s first and highest figure-eight ferris wheel. I do believe that many tourists would want to check out this unique attraction.”
The Golden Reel, which opened last year, has 17 pods total. Each pod can fit up to ten people, and each ride is about 15 minutes long. “I enjoy the luxurious feeling when sitting in these pods,” said Francis. “Up there, I can see all of Macau and the Pearl River Delta. What a sight!”
Charmaine excitedly said, “I’ve been to Macau many times, but this trip has definitely been different from the rest! I’m very happy to be able to use this work opportunity to also have fun and relax!”
Source: Oriental Daily
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.