December 14, 2016

Made In Kowloon Production Update

The website Screen Daily visited the set of Made in Kowloon recently and had this report: The massive 20 million dollar production is continuing to shoot through early February.

Zhang Jin in Made In Kowloon

The Fruit Chan directed film is reportedly a crime drama with Zhang Jin playing a cop who crosses over to Macao after his fiance has gone missing and then accidentally comes upon a few murder cases.

Many other cast members are playing prominent roles, including legendary MMA fighter Anderson (The Spider) Silva and Juju Chan who recently wrapped production on Jesse V. Johnson’s Savage Dog. Check photo below from Juju’s Facebook page!

Apparently Juju will be one of the antagonists in the film, though nothing is officially announced, it will be nice to see Ms Chan as a bad girl!

Check out this funny video with Juju and Anderson Silva where Skittles are the theme for the day haha!

Blast your browsers to the official Made in Kowloon Facebook page:

Make sure to like Anderson Silva on Facebook:

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