“Deep in the Realm of Conscience” in Final Stage of Post-Production

“Deep in the Realm of Conscience” in Final Stage of Post-Production



Filmed last summer, Deep in the Realm of Conscience <宮心計2·深宮計> is currently in post-production. Co-produced by TVB and China’s Tencent Penguin Picture, the Tang dynasty drama hopes to follow on the success of 2009’s Beyond the Realm of Conscience <宮心計> centering around scheming palace ladies.

The sequel boasts a new cast consisting of Steven Ma (馬浚偉) as Emperor Xuangzong and Nancy Wu (胡定欣) as his empress consort. Kenneth Ma (馬國明), Edwin Siu (蕭正楠), Chrissie Chau (周秀娜), Annie Liu (劉心悠), Michelle Yim (米雪), and Jacqueline Wong (黃心穎) also star. 

Producer Mui Siu Ching (梅小青 ) shared new stills of Deep in the Realm of Conscience today and wrote, “In the latter part of post-production. Hope to deliver the best quality to repay everyone’s support.” With the release of the new stills, which showcase detailed costumes and luxurious sets, it appears that Deep in the Realm of Conscience will be greeting viewers soon.

“Deep in the Realm of Conscience” Trailer

    

    

Source: Sina.com 

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“Deep in the Realm of Conscience” in Final Stage of Post-Production

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  • Jessica Hsuan Has Not Decided If She Would Attend TVB Anniversary Awards

    Jessica Hsuan Has Not Decided If She Would Attend TVB Anniversary Awards

    After her landslide Best Actress win at the 2017 TVB Star Awards Malaysia, people were betting that Jessica Hsuan (宣萱), who won the award for portraying “Mall Jeh” in the TVB drama My Unfair Lady <不懂撒嬌的女人>, would also win TV Queen at this weekend’s TVB Anniversary Awards. Jessica said she does not expect to win.

    “My win in Malaysia has definitely shook my confidence,” said the 47-year-old actress. “I don’t expect to win this time.” Jessica added that she hasn’t even decided if she would attend the awards, but she already has already has an outfit prepared.

    Asking if she has already casted in her TV King and Queen votes, Jessica said she voted for Natalie Tong (唐詠詩), her costar in My Unfair Lady. “She’s matured so much.” What about TV King? “Kenneth Ma! He has a pretty big chance [to win].” What if you won? “It’ll be satisfying, but I rather win it for my role in Line Walker: The Prelude <使徒行者>.”

    In regard to the rumors that Jessica’s asking price went up three times after her Malaysia win, Jessica clarified, “That’s a bit too exaggerated! But it’s true that I’ve been offered more jobs. I am a free agent and I used to manage my own jobs, and things would get awkward whenever we started to negotiate about price. Now that I have a manager, everything’s been much more relaxing for me.”

    She stressed that her decision to pursue acting was never for money, but for her own interest. She never thought she had to prove anything or desired to reach the top, but she did recall an experience in 2015 that inspired her to be more ambitious. “He told me I was getting old and I needed to change careers. I really want to thank him now, because he reminded me of why I’m doing this. My immediate reaction to his comment was that I didn’t agree—I felt that with different age comes different roles, but his words have now become my driving force.”

    When Jessica first stepped on stage to receive her Best Actress honor at Malaysia’s TVB Star Awards, she was shaking with happiness. “It was a time for me to express my feelings. This award encourages me, reminds me that I came into the industry because I love acting, and not for the money.”

    Source: On.cc

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    Kenneth Ma, Natalie Tong to Star in New Medical Drama

    Kenneth Ma, Natalie Tong to Star in New Medical Drama

    In recent years, TVB has been playing it safe and opted for tried-and-proven formulas. With the successes of medical dramas such as Healing Hands (妙手仁心) and The Hippocratic Crush <On Call 36小時>, TVB has plans to produce another medical drama. Originally, Ruco Chan (陳展鵬) and Moses Chan (陳豪) were to star as co-leads. However, because of Kenneth Ma’s (馬國明) boost in popularity after The Exorcist’s Meter (降魔的), he is now replacing Ruco and Moses as the male lead. The rumored female cast include Natalie Tong (唐詩詠) and Ali Lee (李佳芯).

    When reached for comments, Kenneth said, “As of now, it is just me. I don’t know if this will change. I only heard that it’s me and possibly Natalie, but the company has not announced anything yet, so I don’t know the details. I’m not exactly sure about it. Maybe it won’t even be me.”

    Although his role as the enigmatic Doctor Cheung Yat Kin (張一健) in The Hippocratic Crush was very well-received, Kenneth lost to Wayne Lai (黎耀祥) for the Best Actor Award in 2012. Perhaps a second chance at portraying a medical professional will push his career to greater heights.

    Since this drama will feature the medical field, will his role be similar to that of The Hippocratic Crush? Kenneth said, “No, the plot won’t be as passionate this time. The new drama will delve deeper into the medical field and talk about things like the health care system. It’s completely different.”

    Source: HK01.com

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    2017 TVB Anniversary Awards Predictions

    2017 TVB Anniversary Awards Predictions

    The 2017 TVB Anniversary Awards is just around the corner, and with half of the nominees for Best Actor and Actress already revealed, it is time for some major TV King and Queen predictions.

    For this season, the 2017 TVB Anniversary Awards will not be held until January 2018—perhaps this extended time is to make room for anniversary dramas My Ages Apart <誇世代> and Heart and Greed <溏心風暴3> to run for the race. My Ages Apart, which stars Bobby Au-yeung (歐陽震華) and Moses Chan (陳豪), won’t air its last episode until January 12, 2018. Heart and Greed will end its run on January 19, 2018.

    For this reason, it seems highly likely that Bobby Au-yeung, Moses Chan, and Heart and Greed’s Bosco Wong (黃宗澤) and Ha Yu (夏雨) would make it into the top five Best Actor nominations for their performances in their respective dramas. This dampens Vincent Wong (王浩信) and Kenneth Ma’s (馬國明) chances to win TV King, despite their popularity.

    Though Ali Lee (李佳芯) won Best Actress for her role in Legal Mavericks <踩過界> back in October in Singapore, the possibility of her making it into top five nominations at the anniversary awards is not high. Ali Lee’s Best Actress nomination is not for her performance in Legal Mavericks but in My Ages Apart, which is not getting the same amount of buzz.

    What are your predictions for TV King and Queen?

    Source: HK01.com

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    2017 TVB Anniversary Awards Predictions

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  • TV Dramas: Bad Boys No Longer the Trend

    TV Dramas: Bad Boys No Longer the Trend

    Once upon a time not so long ago, bad boys were something that all drama-loving girls would fall for. From Meteor Garden’s <流星花園> Dao Mingsi to Devil Beside You’s <惡魔在身邊> Ahmon, bad boys were the trend that defined idol dramas of the 2000’s.

    But as we officially hit the late 2010’s, it appears that bad boys are no longer the main act for business. Starting with 2011’s In Time with You <我可能不會愛你>, the “sweet boy”—or warm boy (暖男)—became the one where all girls would fall for. Gone were the days when girls would chase after angsty boys who were broken and mistaken; now all they want is someone who is kind, loving, and supportive.

    This transition from bad boy and good boy isn’t just happening to Taiwan and Korea—its influence is affecting Hong Kong dramas too. Manipulative bad boys like Bosco Wong’s (黃宗澤) Sheldon in 2016’s Two Steps from Heaven <幕後玩家> got more hate than love, while simpler characters like Kenneth Ma’s (馬國明) Ma Kwai in The Exorcist’s Meter <降魔的> is getting all the love letters. In fact, Kenneth’s good, obedient image is the reason why he is still so popular with girls, despite not having the handsome looks of Bosco Wong nor the athletic image of Vincent Wong (王浩信).

    The formula for popularity is changing, and it’s exciting to know what would happen next.

    Source: HK01.com

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    “Forensic Heroes 4” in the Making? Kenneth Ma, Joey Meng Among Rumored Cast

    “Forensic Heroes 4” in the Making? Kenneth Ma, Joey Meng Among Rumored Cast

    TVB has yet to confirm or deny this piece of information, but judging from a mysterious message left by TVB producer Mui Siu-ching (梅小青), it is possible that the broadcaster is in the midst of creating a fourth installment of Forensic Heroes <法證先鋒>.

    Mui Siu-ching, best known for producing the Forensic Heroes and Beyond the Realm of Conscience <宮心計> franchises, shared on Weibo recently that she has been learning about new forensic science equipment. She uploaded a series of photos featuring TVB production staff investigating new forensic tech, which led to the speculation that the producer is working on a new project, possibly Forensic Heroes 4.

    She wrote, “Daily renewal, monthly change. Forensics technology has improved a lot. Never stop learning in life. Gain new knowledge.”

    The successful police procedural drama series first premiered in June 2006 and starred Bobby Au-yeung (歐陽震華), Frankie Lam (林文龍), Yoyo Mung (蒙嘉慧), and Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣). The sequel was released in May 2008, with the addition of new cast members Charmaine Sheh (佘詩曼) and Kevin Cheng (鄭嘉穎). In 2011, TVB rebooted the franchise with a new story and cast, starring Wayne Lai (黎耀祥), Maggie Cheung (張可頤), Ron Ng (吳卓羲), Kate Tsui (徐子珊), Edwin Siu (蕭正楠), and Aimee Chan (陳茵媺).

    Rumors say that Forensic Heroes 4 will be yet another reboot, and it is said that TVB is looking to cast Kenneth Ma (馬國明) and Joey Meng (萬綺雯) in the lead roles.

    Source: HK01.com

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    Kenneth Ma and Moon Lau Teased about Chest-Touching Scene in “The Exorcist’s Meter”

    Kenneth Ma and Moon Lau Teased about Chest-Touching Scene in “The Exorcist’s Meter”

    The Exorcist’s Meter <降魔的> costars, Kenneth Ma (馬國明) and Moon Lau (劉佩玥), attended a TVB function and was teased about their chest-grabbing scene in a recent episode. In the scene, Kenneth touched Moon’s chest. In response to his action, Moon slapped Kenneth across the face, reprimanding him for being a creep.

    Known for his jokingly flirtatious demeanor, reporters teased whether Kenneth enjoyed filming the scene. The cheeky actor said, “Of course! This is every man’s dream!”

    Moon, who stood beside him, clarified, “That’s not the entire truth. At first, Kenneth told me not to add protection padding. But right before we were to start filming the scene, he told me to add the protection padding! He said it’s better if I did. In the end, I ended up using it. But it didn’t really matter, because I wore a thick sweater on the outside. He wouldn’t be able to feel anything anyway!”

    Jokes aside, Kenneth praised Moon for her work ethics. “I think Moon is great. She’s very professional. The director told me to just go in for the touch and it would be okay. Actually, there wasn’t much feeling because there were barriers. However, we had several outtakes and had to redo the scenes again from different angles.”

    Did Kenneth talk to his girlfriend, Jacqueline Wong (黃心穎) before filming the scene? Kenneth responded, “No, there’s no need. It is understandable when filming. This scene was very successful. Several of my former schoolmates left messages for me. They said, “It would’ve been great if it were me!”

    Source: Ming Pao

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