Tony Leung regrets sex scene, years later


VETERAN Hong Kong actor Tony Leung is said to have regretted filming the sex scene in the 2007 espionage film Lust, Caution, reported China Press.

According to Hong Kong entertainment columnist Bai Lumei, Leung had originally declined to film the scene as it was not in the script he received.

However, he gave in to the director Ang Lee’s request after being reassured that the scene would not make the audience uncomfortable.

When the movie premiered on the big screen, Leung, who was watching the film for the first time, was said to have felt betrayed as it contained sex scenes with full frontal nudity.

The columnist claimed that Leung, who was upset, had requested Ang to remove the scenes after the film premiered but to no avail.

Set during the Second Sino-Japanese War, Lust, Caution tells the story of a group of Chinese university students who plot to assassinate a high-ranking special agent working for the Imperial Japanese Army.

Leung played Mr Yee, the main antagonist of the film.

> Sin Chew Daily reported that Taiwanese superstar Show Lo finally announced the date of his return to the entertainment scene, 10 months after his cheating scandal.

Lo, who lost his job hosting Chinese variety shows such as Go Fighting! and Chuang2020, announced recently that he had started his own YouTube channel called Show TV and would be uploading his first video tomorrow.

Half an hour after making the announcement on Instagram, Lo received 3,000 subscribers and this increased to over 7,000 in the afternoon.

Despite the negative press he has been receiving in the past year over his love life, Lo continues to have a group of loyal fans.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item.

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