Jerry Yan Fan Meet in Manila 2004

My first time to see Jerry Yan at NBC Tent for Bench endorsement. I ask my brother Azrael to cover the event. His first experience in vlogging! I'll write a blog post about this memorable-chaotic-unforgettable experience!

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

25/12/07 - Blue Lan Plays Himself, Limping And Plays Basketball Against Show and Wu Zun

25/12/07 - Blue Lan Plays Himself, Limping And Plays Basketball Against Show and Wu Zun

Jerry Yan, Show Luo and Wu Zun's GTV drama "Hot Shot" has added a new actor, Blue Lan will join in the cast acting has a limping but high-skilled basketball player. He will help Jerry beat Show and Wu Zun at basketball matches. On the 24th, Wu Zun, Show and Jerry came together and filmed a fighting scene, bringing down the happy mood of Christmas.

Blue and Jerry has worked in "Meteor Garden" before. During that time, Da S and Jerry weren't in good terms, and was together with Blue Lan. Now Blue has joined "Hot Shot" cast, in the last important basketball match, he will team up with Jerry, proving the fast change of relationships in the media industry.

After clarification, Blue's manager thought for a pretty long time before accepting the role. The manager did admitted that both of them had some conflict. Blue read the script and like it quite alot because Blue is also flat flooted, so he had to overcome this problem and later on he joined the school's basketball team which is pretty much the same as what he encountered in real life. Blue was really interested in playing the role so he hopes Sanlih's "Bo Li Shi Da Ren" will let him go.

In the drama, Wu Zun and Jerry not only fight with their basketball skills. They also had to learn martial arts. On the 24th, the director added a fighting scene. Jerry did a flying kick to Wu Zun and he retaliated with his bare hands. Both was on par. After filming the scene, both asked if they got injured. Two days ago, Jerry and Show filmed a fighting scene in Tai Chung. Zheng Mao Liang said for all the action scenes, Jerry doesn't use a substitute at all.

Source: China Times
Translated by Starylosophy @ Asianfanatics

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