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The Life Record: Louis Koo wired Jessica Hsuan whereas filming G Storm

The Life Record: Louis Koo wired Jessica Hsuan whereas filming G Storm

SINGAPORE – The celebs of G Storm, Louis Koo and Jessica Hsuan, went via memorable shoot-outs, automotive chases and explosions for the motion thriller film.

It’s the final movie within the Storm collection, which tells the tales of officers working for the Unbiased Fee Towards Corruption (ICAC) in Hong Kong. It opens right here on Dec 31.

Listed below are 5 issues to know concerning the film.

Actual weapons

G Storm, the sequel to P Storm (2019), is the fifth and remaining instalment of the Storm collection, which started with Z Storm in 2014. And it holds no punches, promising to have extra motion sequences than any of the earlier movies.

Koo, who reprises his position as anti-corruption investigator William Luk, says actual weapons have been utilized in G Storm.

“With technological developments, you do not have to make use of actual weapons, however I choose it as a result of I am extra used to it,” the 51-year-old star says in a video convention name with native media.

He provides that essentially the most tough scene to movie was a significant shoot-out sequence.

“It took two weeks to movie. We have been filming on the road, so we needed to inform members of the general public that we have been going to shoot weapons whereas working round and we needed to handle their security. Fortunately, nobody was damage,” he says.

Explosive motion

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