Although Yang Mi (楊冪) and Hawick Lau’s (劉愷威) relationship has become official, earlier rumors between Yang Mi and Nicholas Tse (謝霆鋒) were a hot topic. At the premiere of The Bullet Vanishes <消失的子彈> in Beijing, Yang Mi admitted that she continued to be very nervous when in the presence of her idol, Nicholas.
While filming The Bullet Vanishes, Yang Mi was rumored to have knocked on Nicholas’ hotel room door to seduce him. This ignited claims that Yang Mi had broken up with Hawick for a better suitor, Nicholas. Both parties had since denied the allegations but Yang Mi and Nicholas’ heated bed scenes in The Bullet Vanishes once again brought them back into the spotlight!
Nicholas Protects Yang Mi from Rumors
At the promotional event for the movie, Yang Mi admitted that whenever she sees Nicholas, she feels nervous and has sweaty palms. However, Nicholas highly complimented Yang Mi’s acting, “Her acting is very pure. It gives the audience a refreshing feeling, which is hard to find these days.”
When asked about their heated bed scenes, Nicholas and Yang Mi smiled but remained silent. When the emcee persisted and asked Yang Mi where is her love for Nicholas, the protective Nicholas pretended to high kick him, which caused an uproar of laughter from the audience!
Not to be overshadowed, Sean Lau (劉青雲) acted as a salesman and started to promote his bullet vest. The bullet vest was invented by his character in the movie. The hilarity of the scene caused the audience to laugh.
Sean and Nicholas Were Tricked to Film the Movie
Producer, Derek Yee (爾冬陞) revealed that he lied to Sean and Nicholas in order to win their agreement to star in The Bullet Vanishes. Derek said “Initially, when I sought out Nicholas, Sean had not yet agreed to film. But I know that Nicholas wanted to collaborate with Sean, so I mentioned that Sean would film. Nicholas then agreed to the movie even before reading the script! After I secured Nicholas, we approached Sean. Filming the movie together, they were indeed very compatible!”
Source: Oriental Daily
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