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  • He is strongly associated with Tony Leung Chiu-wai, who has appeared in six of Wong’s feature length films.Wong Kar-wai-Wikipedia
  • In Feb 2021, Lau and Tony Leung will team up in a new major action movie titled Goldfinger, backed by Emperor Motion Pictures and mainland Chinese partners, with a reported budget of around $30.8 million (RMB200 million).Andy Lau-Wikipedia
  • Zhang reunited with Wong Kar-wai and Tony Leung for The Grandmaster (2013), which also marks her return to the martial arts genre after 7 years since The Banquet (2006).Zhang Ziyi-Wikipedia
  • Lau, along with Tony Leung, Michael Miu, Felix Wong, and Kent Tong were branded as the "Five Tiger Generals of TVB" (無線五虎將) due to their popularity on the show.Andy Lau-Wikipedia
  • Her cheongsam-wearing character in 2000's In the Mood for Love, opposite male lead Tony Leung and under the direction of Wong Kar-wai, is a classic in both the film and fashion worlds.Maggie Cheung-Wikipedia
  • Tony Leung Chiu-wai played the role of Wing Chun Grandmaster IP Man in the 2013 film The Grandmaster, which received 41 awards and nominations.Wing Chun-Wikipedia

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