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Posted 19 November 2018 - 08:26 AM

Ron Ng Puzzled About Kenneth Ma Becoming a Different Person: 'Has Become More Humourous'

Saturday November 17, 2018 Hong Kong

Credits: to hyn5 @ http://hyn5-hyn5.blogspot.com

 

 

[Yesterday], Ron Ng attended the premiere of the movie "Tracey". The lead of the movie is Philip Keung. Ron said that Philip is his idol, so he definitely had to come show his support today: "He is an actor I really like. After filming "Shock Wave" with him and chatting with him, [I] discovered that he is a high-quality actor. He is worthy of me learning from him".

In the movie, Philip had to dress up as a woman. Ron laughingly said that he also wanted to challenge it: "Nobody looked for me. Philip, well...he has a big contrast. Seeing such a dark and manly person wear fishnet stockings, in the comedy world, usually the fair-skinned do this type of character. [Them] finding Philip, I also feel that it is right because the contrast is big. Would resonate with viewers".

Recently, Bosco Wong flew to England to do location filming for "Flying Tiger", so Ron has taken the opportunity to use these few days to rest well: "Have been doing repairs on [my] house and car these few days. Certainly told someone else to do it". Ron revealed that it has been too long since he has filmed with Kenneth Ma, as he pointed out that he seems to have changed into a different person: "Saw him when working with him previously. Said to him, 'How come you have become so much more handsome?' Also, he has become more cheerful and humourous. Don't know what's the matter...do you know? (Dating.) I don't know. I just saw through newspapers and magazines".







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