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Andy Lau and Donnie Yen refuse to play villains for children

TPG Logo By tungstar3 of TPG | Slide 1 of 13: (Hongkong October 12 2017) Andy Lau,Donnie Yen,Kenneth Tong,Niki Chow and director Wong Jing attended the party of “Chasing The Dragon” to celebrate the box office over HK$ 600 million in China, Singapore and Malaysia today. Andy, Donnie and Wong Jing both said they were satisfied with the result. When being asked will the same staff cooperate again for sequel, Andy said:“We actors in that age are too Hong Kong style, maybe we better try other kinds of theme”. As the villian in the film, Donnie said:“I will not try negative roles again. Not for myself, I just don‘t want bring hostility back to home, it’s not good for my children”. Andy agreed and said:“yes, as my daughter grow up and understand the roles I played, I did not play intimate scenes, and I will not play villian or monk”. Andy will hold his concert next year and he invites Donnie play piano at his concert. Donnie laughed and said:“I can play ‘Heart Words Of The Wastrel’ that time. But if need sing, I‘d better practice first.” Andy said he wants to learn piano either.

Andy Lau and Donnie Yen refuse to play villains for children

(Hongkong October 12 2017) Andy Lau, Donnie Yen, Kenneth Tong, Niki Chow and director Wong Jing attended the party of “Chasing The Dragon” to celebrate the box office over HK$ 600 million in China, Singapore and Malaysia today. 
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