Since Wu Chun's exit from Taiwanese boy band Fahrenheit, the star has been dabbling more in acting for the silver screen. Currently, his acting resume is slowly expanding through his involvement in movies that co-starred renowned names in the entertainment industry such as Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung in "14 Blades" and "My Kingdom". Recently, Wu Chun paid a visit to Singapore with actor-producer Raymond Wong and acclaimed director from "Ip Man" Wilson Yip to promote his latest movie, titled "Magic To Win". An interview with Wu Chun was conducted recently after the press conference of "Magic To Win" at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel Singapore.
Q: What made you decide to take up the role in "Magic To Win"?
Wu Chun: The director Wilson Yip. All along, I've admired his productions, and I've always wanted to work with him. When he approached me, he told me that the film would be unlike "SPL", "Dragon Tiger Gate" and "Ip Man". Instead, it would be a film in the fantasy genre, which is a new concept in the Chinese movie industry. I thought it would be something new for me to try, and since I really want to work with Wilson, I took up the offer.