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    I remember in Hongkong John Woo and Wu ma made a gangstet movie to pay tribute to their mentor Chang cheh. Sammo Hung made a movie to tribute the 7 forunes (七小幅) and movie the bodyguard to tribute his era of actors.

    Which drama and cast (must be all actors/actresses acted before in his drama or movie) to cast as supporting/lead/ or even cameo roles.

    I think Duke of Mount deer is the best.

    And the latest zhang yishan version weixiaobao, kangxi and 7 wives are fixed. But all supporting roles arent yet.

    Imagine its leveled up to a tribute drama for jinyong. Big shots can come as backstage roles. Whos your ideal script writer, martial choreographer and film director.

    And the perfect cast. Note: can use same actor and no longer acted same role. Need to suit his current age and health too.
    Example: Elvis Tsui is famous to act Ao Bai. But i think he can return to act a humorous version of Mao ShiBa. He's tall and big sized enough for the role. He got experience in acting comedy too.

    Ex lead Chen XiaoChun (98 wei xiaobao) can return as Suoertu. A perfect role for him too.

    Heres some of my list
    (Leads will be the same as zhang YiShan's)
    Need to be mix of china, taiwan, singapore actors/actresses

    Family
    Wei ChunHua - Ada Choi/ Cai ShaoFen (Hongkong)
    Third madam (Shuanger master) - Zhou Haimei (Hong Kong)

    Palace
    Fake Dowager - Yang MingNa (China: actress of the aged Huang Rong in 2014 ROCH)
    Suoertu - Jordan Chan (Hong Kong)
    Ao Bai - Yu RongGuang (China)
    Hai DaFu - Lo Chun-Shun (Hong Kong: 96 XiaoAo JiangHu's Dong Fang Bu Bai)
    ShunZhi - Zhang Tielin (China)
    Prince Kang - Wang Gang (China)
    Duolong - Chen Tianwen (Singapore)
    Sukesaha - Zhang Guoli (China: guest role)
    Suoni (Suoertu's father) - Kenneth Tsang (Hong Kong: guest role)
    Ming zhu : Dicky Cheung (Hong Kong)

    Tiandi Hui and Taiwan
    Mao ShiBa - Elvis Tsui (Hong Kong)
    Chen JinNan - Leung KaFai (Hong Kong)
    Feng Xifan - Hei Zi (China: actor of ouyang feng of latest LOCH)

    Yunnan side
    Wu Sangui - Kent Tong (Hong Kong)
    Li ZiCheng - Steven Ma JingTao (Taiwan)
    Chen Yuanyuan - Zhou Haimei (Hong kong)
    Hu YiZhi - Felix Wong (Hong Kong; guest role)
    Yang YiZhi - Sun BinHao (China: 2013 Wallace Huo version Xiang Wentian)

    Ming Court
    JiuNan - Kara Hui (Hong Kong)
    Tao Hongying- Zhang Miao (China: acted.Qiu qianchi in 2014 ROCH)

    Shaolin
    (Shaolin cast almost all are master cast old action stars)
    Yulin - Lau Kong (Hong Kong: acted as Shunzhi in Tong Leung's version)
    Huicong (abbot of shaolin) - Yuen Cheung Yan(Hong Kong)
    ChengGuang (abbot of Wutai) - Yuen Hua (Hong Kong)
    ChengGuan - Bryan Leung (Hong Kong)
    XingDian - Zang JinSheng (China: Acted xie xun in Zhang JiZhong's Yitian)

    Dragon cult
    Hong AnTong - Zhu Houren (Singapore: 98 singapore ROCH guo jing)
    Lu GaoXuan - Zhao Liang (China: the eunuch in Kangxi WeiFu SiFang Ji)

    Huashan
    Gui Xingshu - Zhang ChunZhong (China: Dicky Cheung version's Feng xifan)

    Tibetan monks
    Sang Jie - Ba Yin (China: Zhang jizhong's Tianlong's Jiumozhi)

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    How's about Andy Lau and Tony Leung from the 1984 series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wkeej View Post
    How's about Andy Lau and Tony Leung from the 1984 series?
    i didnt include them maybe based on current situation that they dont act any drama anymore.

    If based on their current age and situation. What to you think suit for both of them?

    Personally, i think...
    Andy act Shunzhi
    Tony Leung act Chen Jinnan

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    Bryan Leung was often acting in Jin Yong's drama , so i think we should mention his name

    as Ao Bai or Gui Xingshu

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    Personally, i think...
    Andy act Shunzhi
    Tony Leung act Chen Jinnan[/QUOTE]

    I think it might be better the other way round. Tony would be better as the lascivious Shunzhi & Andy the more upright Chen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandred Skavenslayer View Post
    Personally, i think...
    Andy act Shunzhi
    Tony Leung act Chen Jinnan
    I think it might be better the other way round. Tony would be better as the lascivious Shunzhi & Andy the more upright Chen.[/QUOTE]

    Good suggestion, Mandred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a_tumiwa View Post
    Bryan Leung was often acting in Jin Yong's drama , so i think we should mention his name

    as Ao Bai or Gui Xingshu
    If you read the first post.

    Bryan Leung will be ideal to act the comedic shaolin Monk Chengguan. Where Wei XiaoBao kept asking him for martial arts moves to counter Ah Ke. And Chengguan is such a comedic yet naive, innocent thinking, simple thinking Shaolin Monk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandred Skavenslayer View Post
    Personally, i think...
    Andy act Shunzhi
    Tony Leung act Chen Jinnan
    I think it might be better the other way round. Tony would be better as the lascivious Shunzhi & Andy the more upright Chen.[/QUOTE]

    Good idea too.

    The earlier idea was because of commerical value. Andy acted Kangxi. It will be amazing he return as ShunZhi.

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    Heres some supporting actors/actress acted in previous Lu Dingji version but due to their older age or current characteristics..they can take on another role.

    Elvis Tsui - Well known for Ao Bai role. Can try Mao ShiBa.
    Zhang ChunZhong - Dicky Cheung LDJ's Feng XiFan. Can return as Gui Xingshu.
    Bryan Leung - Dicky Cheung LDJ's Hu DeDi can return as the old comedic monk Cheng Guan.
    Ng Man Tat - Well known for Hai Dafu. He's old now. He can try the old and yet comedic, corrupted Prince Kang. Kangxi's wimpy uncle.
    Lau Kong - Tony Leung's Shunzhi and Jordan Chan's Prince Kang. His old age now can try Monk Yulin; Shunzhi's master.

    Lead role return (based on their current age and health)

    Jordan Chan - The comedic, corrupted Suoertu
    Ma JunWei - Jordan Chan's Kangxi can return as ShunZi or Zhai JiZuo (cameo role as Jinyong's ancestor)
    Tony Leung - Chen JinNan
    Andy Lau - Shun Zhi or Hu Yizhu (Handsome king of saber)
    Dicky Cheung - MingZhu (historical Suoertu arch enemy)
    ** Imagine Jordan and Dicky act Suoertu and Mingzhu in comedic political fight with Wei xiaobao.
    Huang Xiaoming - Duolong or Yang Yizhi
    Han Dong - Duolong or Shi Lang (the bootlicker king)
    Rain Lau - Jordan Chan's Jianning can return as Wei ChunHua, XiaoBao comedic mum
    Hazel Chan - Jordan Chan's Shuang er (she got a bit of martial arts background and versatile actress) She can try Jiunan or Third madam (Shuang er's master)

    Foreigner or mixed blood in roles

    Anthony wong - His mixed blood, he can act Pastor Tang RuoWang. Made cannons for Kangxi
    Ma Te li - Russian born host in Taiwan. Fluent in Mandarin, frequent in Zhang Fei's show. She could act Russian princess Sophia.

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    Thanks, d_b. Do not know many of them. It will be nice if there is a picture for each actor/actress. Alternatively, a link to the picture.

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