The production for Andy Lau’s upcoming movie, “I Did It My Way” has finally wrapped up.
As reported on Mingpao, the Hong Kong superstar, who appeared on the last day of the shoot, stated that he is most happy with the fact that he was able to work with Gordon Lam again ten years after “Firestorm”.
“From the days of Firestorm until now, everybody can see that Gordon handles emotions very well,” he joked.
It is noted that Andy was the one who promoted Gordon’s film career following the actor’s departure from TVB.
On the other hand, the actor also stated that he would be happy to film a sequel to the movie if it does well in cinemas.
“We started filming the movie in April and May. During this time, we experienced a lot of things, both good and bad. But are all happy. I hope our characters in the movie will become characters that everyone wants to follow, and we will make some better ones for everyone to see in the future.”
Following the end of production, Andy is set to travel to mainland China to begin filming Herman Yau’s “The Moscow Mission”.