Raymond Lam (林峯), Kate Tsui (徐子珊), Ella Koon (官恩娜) , Michael Miu (苗僑偉), and Vincent Lam (林偉) filmed the finale scene for TVB series, Fight Crime <雷霆扫毒>. Rescuing Kate Tsui from an abduction, Raymond was caught in an explosive crossfire. Aside from being rumored to arrive late on set, Raymond was blamed for wasting his costars’ time due to his frequent outtakes!
In the finale, Kate Tsui–who acted as an informer for the police–was abducted. Discovering her whereabouts, Raymond arrived with his fellow police officers to rescue Kate. However, Raymond’s character also sustained a leg injury.
The crew rented a store in Nam Sang Wai in the Yuen Long district to film the explosive gunfire scene. Although a large crowd of locals gathered to watch the filming, the onlookers became bored with the frequent outtakes and slow filming progress. The crowd eventually thinned out, despite the gathering of the star-studded cast on set.
Aside from the bored crowd, other Fight Crime cast members realized that a long night of filming may be ahead, as Raymond had numerous outtakes. Michael Miu sat down and chatted on his cell phone to pass the time. Waiting for a long time, Ella Koon appeared tired. To overcome her boredom, Kate Tsui chatted with the production crew.
In between outtakes, Raymond was spotted repeatedly combing his hair. This was in obvious contrast to his “rough cop” image in Fight Crime. Raymond was once again teased for looking chok while handling a gun in the police rescue scene.
After completing filming Fight Crime, Raymond’s next project will be Men Are Like Clothes <男人如衣服>, starring opposite Lynn Hung (熊黛林) and Ronald Cheng (鄭中基). In the movie, Raymond and Lynn will portray a couple, although rumors should not result since Lynn was currently dating Aaron Kwok (郭富城).
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Jayne: Wonder if “Fight Crime” will be aired this year, or will TVB save it for next year? Since “Return to the Three Kingdoms” is slated for release later this year, “Fight Crime” may be saved for next year, to pace the airing of Raymond’s series.