Although recent temperatures have turned cooler, Myolie Wu (胡杏兒) and Selena Li (李詩韻) were required to film a scene in a swimming pool for new TVB series, Exchanging Happiness <玩樂無窮>. Prior to the actual filming of the scene, both Myolie and Selena were shivering and wrapped sweaters around their shoulders to stay warm. Before plunging into the water, they shrieked, “We’re so scared!”
In Exchanging Happiness, Myolie and Selena switch souls while helping each other out at a high-tech website. Both of them even fought over the same man. Inside the swimming pool, Myolie and Selena clung on to each other. Selena pushed Myolie, who was wearing 5-inch high heels, into the water. With the water splashing everywhere, Myolie shouted, “I injured myself!” She accidentally hit her knee against the bottom of the pool. Fortunately, the professional Myolie said she was fine and continued with the filming. Myolie grabbed onto Selena and dragged her into the water. Although she was shivering obviously, Selena posed before reporters for photographs.
Naturally Born Suspicious
Indicating that she was born with heightened senses, Myolie shared similarities with her onscreen character and possessed a suspicious tendency. Myolie said, “Nothing escapes my eyes!” (Did Bosco Wong 黃宗澤 ever try to [fool you]?) “I don’t know how to answer that question! With the media’s assistance [in observing him], then it’s a little better!” (Does he have a high level of romantic fate?) “Don’t ask, maybe it’s too much!”
In addition, Myolie arrived at a restricted area at the airport yesterday, to film a sales presentation clip for next year’s heavyweight drama, Triumph in the Skies 2 <衝上雲霄Ⅱ>. Sitting in a wheelchair, Myolie was guided by Raymond Lam (林峯). It appears that Myolie’s character in Triumph in the Skies 2 will have new development.
Jayne: Triumph in the Skies 2 has faced numerous filming delays. Allegedly, Cathay Pacific did not want to sponsor TVB in the sequel. Without unrestricted access to the company’s airplanes and the airport, it would be indeed difficult to film. Does the filming of a sales presentation clip indicate there was progress in negotiating with Cathay Pacific?