So my great film friend Gine Liu calls me and says “how would you like to visit the set of Detective Chinatown 2 (the first Chinese movie filmed in New York City) and interview Kenneth Tsang?”
Well, I had just spent three hours with two dentists punching me in the face (which also may explain why I didn’t ask Kenneth about his first two films), so I was in no condition to set-visit, but I wasn’t going to pass up an interview with the great Kenneth Tsang!
So we set up a phoner, except the device in his hotel room wouldn’t work … three times! Even so, finally, the result is one post away . Thanks Gine!
Sorry about the cavernous echoing, but quite a story, huh? Surfing, skiing, TV, movies, AND sex trafficking?! Wowzers.
We saw some movies. We talked about ’em. Now let’s get to the promised stuff, shall we?
Always an awesome event…!
But I’ll always remember the fun we had last year….
Had some recording issues with this one that might not’ve been immediately apparent, but we’ll get to them in the order of their appearance…!
Yay New York Comic Con! Boo New York Comic Con!
First, I’d like to thank both David and the Undiscovered Realm Comic Con (http://undiscoveredcon.com) for the opportunity to meet, greet, moderate, and share this with you.
Wow. Take a breath, Ric (and chew your food).