Get ready for a fight at this school, from the duo of Wong Jing and Billy Chung that despite some of Wong’s trademark OTT moments, is actually a decent fight flick. Edward Chan is a top student who is trying to pass the all-important HKCCE test to get into a good university. However, when his […]Read More My School Mate, the Barbarian (2001)
Andy Lau attempts at the biggest heist of his life in this loose adaptation of a John Woo classic from actor/musician turned director Stephen Fung. Five years ago, master thief Zhang Dan attempted to steal one third of a prominent necklace known as Gaia. However, he found himself set up and put in prison. Having […]Read More The Adventurers (2017)
Stephen Fung‘s latest action adventure film will be landing in the U.S. thanks to the gang at Well Go USA. The Adventurers, a loose remake of the classic John Woo film Once a Thief, stars Andy Lau as a thief who after a three-year imprisonment sets out on a major heist in Europe with a […]Read More Well Go USA Lands Fung’s “The Adventurers”
2000, Media Films/Regent Entertainment Director: Benny Chan Producers: Thomas Chung John Chong Solon So Benny Chan Writers: Chan Kiu-Ying Felix Chong Bey Logan Cinematography: Fletcher Poon Editing: Cheung Ka-Fai Cast: Stephen Fung (Match) Sam Lee (Alien) Edison Chen (Edison) Paul Rudd (Ian Curtis) Maggie Q (Jane Quigley) Mark Hicks (Ross Tucker) Richard Sun (Kurt) Rachel […]Read More Gen-Y Cops (2000)
1999, Media Asia Films Director: Benny Chan Producers: John Chong Solon So Benny Chan Writers: Benny Chan Peter Tsi Koan Hui Anna Lee Cinematography: Arthur Wong Fletcher Poon Editing: Azrael Cheung Cheung Ka-Fai Cast: Nicholas Tse (Jack) Stephen Fung (Match) Sam Lee (Alien) Grace Ip (Y2K) Daniel Wu (Daniel) Eric Tsang (Inspector Chan) Francis Ng […]Read More Gen-X Cops (1999)
In what can be considered the strangest of remake and sequel news, it looks like two Hong Kong directors are planning remakes of the 1986 classic John Woo film A Better Tomorrow, which made the breakthrough role for Chow Yun-Fat. A Hindi-language remake, Aatish: Feel the Fire, was released in 1994 and a Korean remake from Song Hae-Sung was […]Read More Ding and Fung to bring more “Better Tomorrows”?
Stephen Fung is one of Hong Kong’s top talents, beginning his career as a musician in the late 1990’s, then as an actor, then a director with surprisingly good films such as Enter the Phoenix and House of Fury. Recently, Fung worked as the director of the action unit behind AMC’s hit series Into the Badlands, which […]Read More Stephen Fung’s action film “Adventurers” shoots in May