13 December 2012 11:19
Irene Ang hopes Adrian Pang becomes the next Chow Yun Fat

FLY Entertainment's head honcho reveals the agency's future plans as her company celebrates 13 years in the business



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Speaking to artistes during roundtable interviews, many were reflective of the year. While those like Henry Golding, who just relocated to Singapore two months back, and Rebecca Tan were waxing lyrical about overseas troubles, Janice Koh and Amy Cheng were reflective of motherhood and balancing their careers.

“The chance to head to India for the first time this year for work has always been a childhood dream of mine. I just relocated here about two months back and we are getting some projects underway with Channel NewsAsia, National Geographic and Fox,” Henry Golding said. His girlfriend, Taiwan model Liv Lo, has just been signed to FLY Entertainment.

Oon Shu An has reaped the rewards of her rising starlet success with the near-completion of the first season of Channel 5 sketch comedy Random Island, written by the same team that did The Noose. “The possibility of Season 2 is amazing. It’s a new show and a semi-new format, so figuring it out was a challenge. The scriptwriters did a good job because I’m not exactly that funny,” Shu An said.

George Young laid to rest rumours that he was cast in Lee Thean-Jeen’s movie on Lee Kuan Yew, 1965. “I wish I was but I haven’t heard anything about that. If that is, they should send me a script as soon as possible. As far as I am aware of, I haven’t been casted for that.” Also, rumours that he was gay were laughed off by other artistes.

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