Michael Miu (苗僑偉), Raymond Lam (林峰), and Ella Koon (官恩娜) filmed for new TVB crime thriller, Fight Crime <雷霆掃毒>. Michael’s good friend, Felix Wong (黃日華), had recently signed with TVB rival station, City Telecom (CTI). Despite Michael’s outstanding contract with TVB, he was also contacted by CTI in an attempt to recruit him to join the company. According to On.cc, Michael admitted that he had preliminary discussions with CTI, but their conversations has not advanced to salary negotiations yet.
Returning to TVB to film Gun Metal Grey <刑警> in 2010, Felix Wong was dissatisfied with the company’s lack of promotion for the series. Felix’s infamous moniker for TVB, “Totally Very Bad” was widely reported. Despite recent Felix’s semi-retired state, he still exhibited interest in acting and chose his recent filming projects carefully. Felix’s decision to sign with CTI was therefore not a surprise. Commenting on Felix joining CTI, Michael Miu denied that Felix was unhappy while filming for TVB. Michael also supported the establishment of new television broadcasting stations in Hong Kong, which would allow artists additional choices in filming and employment opportunities. The audience would also benefit in possessing more freedom in program viewing.
Fight Crime star, Raymond Lam, was earlier plagued by extreme back pain triggered by the sciatic nerve. Due to the extent of the pain, Raymond had to take several days off from filming to rest. Raymond indicated that each week, he will attend physical therapy sessions to heal his nerve pain condition.
A pressing concern was whether Raymond’s ongoing back pain, while will not be healed in the short term, will lead to reduced screen time in Fight Crime. Portraying a police officer in the drama, Raymond filmed a chasing scene yesterday with costar, Ella Koon. The pair both cried out in pain during filming due to Raymond’s nerve condition and Ella’s muscle injury.
Since the announcement this week that Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎) has joined Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG), the media wondered whether this will challenge Raymond Lam’s position within the music company. Dispelling rivalry rumors, Raymond professed that the pair can co-exist and share exchanges on music grounds with each other. Raymond smiled and even said that he did not mind if Kevin won the Jade Solid Gold “Asia Pacific Most Popular Male Singer Award”! For the remainder of the year, Raymond is scheduled to film two movies and one mainland drama.
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