Five male cast members, including Lau Ching-Wan(M), Nicholas Tse(R-2), Liu Kai Chi(L-2), Wu Gang(R-1) and Jing Boran, made an appearance on the set.[Photo: Mtime.com]Suspense action film "Disappeared Bullets"(Xiao Shi De Zi Dan), produced by Derek Yip and directed by Law Chi-Leung, is currently undergoing intense filming at Zhoupu Arsenal based in Shanghai.
On January 4 media outlets were given access to the set. Five male cast members, including Lau Ching-Wan, Nicholas Tse, Liu Kai Chi, Wu Gang and Jing Boran, made an appearance on the set, though female lead Yang Mi was absent.
During the event, the press repeatedly quizzed Nicholas Tse over whether he planned to bury the hatchet with his ex-wife Cecilia Cheung. A photograph which was recently posted online featuring Cecilia, Lucas (the couple's eldest son), and himself aroused public opinion and prompted the press to ask questions about his private life. However, Tse denied the possibility of any kind of reunion.
Meanwhile, it has been revealed that Tse and actress Yang Mi are emotionally involved within the plot of the upcoming film "Disappeared Bullets". Regarding their on-screen relationship Tse said, "Although I've acted in many films, I have never shot such an intimate, emotional drama".
It is expected that filming will be completed before the coming Spring Festival and the film itself is slated for release during the summer holiday slot.
By Liu Shuai
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