Vincent Wong, Kelly Cheung Avoid Kissing in “Legal Mavericks 2”

By on February 17, 2020 in NEWS

Vincent Wong, Kelly Cheung Avoid Kissing in “Legal Mavericks 2”

The actor avoids talking about his marriage. 

Busy with the filming of Legal Mavericks 2 <踩過界II> recently, Vincent Wong (王浩信) shared that he spent Valentine’s Day working and had shot a  kissing scene with Kelly Cheung (張曦雯) via cheat cut due to the ongoing coronavirus concern.

The 38-year-old actor and other co-stars such as Owen Cheung (張振朗) have been working on the sequel to the well-received drama. Vincent, who plays a visually-impaired but accomplished lawyer in the series, also shared that he has been controlling his diet for a few topless scenes so as to present his best.

Asked if he would be making up for a Valentine’s celebration with his wife Yoyo Chen (陳自瑤), Vincent averted the question and continued sharing about work, revealing that there were quite a few unforgettable experiences on the set of Legal Mavericks 2, such as the cast and crew encountering street protests while filming in-court drama scenes.

While the recent coronavirus situation has affected the filming progress somewhat, Vincent hopes that things would get better. “We originally planned outdoor shoots in Myanmar; these were cancelled due to concerns that we would not be able to return to Hong Kong on time. The team is making changes to the story and all scenes would be shot here in Hong Kong.”

Replying to news that co-star Sisley Choi (蔡思貝) injured her head during filming recently, Vincent concurred that Sisley and Owen share many action scenes, while he has numerous in-court scenes which require a lot of memorization.

Source: Sing Tao

This article is written by JoyceK for JayneStars.com.

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6 comments to Vincent Wong, Kelly Cheung Avoid Kissing in “Legal Mavericks 2”

  1. abcd says:

    Good actor. Bad husband.

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    • hetieshou replied:

      @abcd
      Why always blame the guy? What if she is a bad wife?

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      • tatsumakijim replied:

        @hetieshou
        Don’t you watch TV? it’s always the husband’s fault. This is how people stay informed on reality.

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      • abcd replied:

        @hetieshou she might be, we don’t know. But he for sure is Not a good husband nor a good dad. He might be a good worker and friend, but not a family guy. He never puts them first nor does he take family vacations. He’s another Nick Cheung who prioritize career. People might argue he has to bring food to the table, but 365 days a year should not go only towards work.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @abcd
        I find it strange how you can give her the benefit of the doubt but not him. Many seem to side with the women too much. What if they are secretly divorced already? If so, then they should not have to spend any time together.

        I do agree whether you are the man or woman, you need to find time for family and other things besides work.

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  2. How about just stopping production all together?
    Why is it actors like Charmaine Sheh and Crystal Fung cannot visit their mothers in the hospital when they are having surgery? Filming is THAT important? More important than your own health or caring for your loved ones when their health fails?

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