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Wong Jing is a Actor, Director, Scriptwriter, Producer, Sound and Script Chinois born on 3 may 1955 at Hong Kong (Chine)

Wong Jing

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Birth name Wong Yat-cheong王日祥
Nationality Chine
Birth 3 may 1955 (69 years) at Hong Kong (Chine)

Wong Jing (Chinese: 王晶; pinyin: Wáng Jīng) is a Chinese film director, producer, actor, presenter, and screenwriter. A prolific filmmaker with strong instincts for crowd-pleasing and publicity, Wong Jin has played a prominent role in the Hong Kong cinema of the last quarter-century.


Wong was born in Hong Kong, the son of noted film director Wong Tin-Lam. He graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a degree in Chinese literature which he describes as "useless" (Yang, 2003).

Like many Hong Kong film figures of his time, Wong began his career in television – in his case, scriptwriting for local juggernaut TVB beginning in 1975 (Teo, 1997). He moved on to writing for the Shaw Brothers studio. There, he made his directing debut with Challenge of the Gamesters in 1981. This start foreshadowed his later successes with movies about gambling, such as God of Gamblers, starring Chow Yun-fat and Andy Lau, which broke Hong Kong's all-time box office record upon its release in 1989, and started a fad for the genre.

Wong has directed, produced or written over 175 films (Yang, 2003), occasionally acting in them as well. He works with an efficient mass production method making heavy use of directing assistants and allowing him to work on several movies at once. He works under the umbrellas of two production companies he launched, Wong Jing's Workshop Ltd. and BoB and Partners Co. Ltd. (Best of the Best), the latter in partnership with director Andrew Lau and writer-producer Manfred Wong (Bordwell, 2000).

He once commented that his movies were hits because he gave the people what they wanted, and not what he thought they should want. A typical Wong production might be a broad comedy (Boys Are Easy, 1993) or an entry in a currently popular genre, such as martial arts (Holy Weapon, 1993), erotic thriller (Naked Killer, 1992) or gangster film (Young and Dangerous, 1996). It will imbue its model with lightning pacing and frequent shifts in tone to accommodate slapstick and toilet humor, sentimental heart-tugging, cartoonish violence, sexual titillation, and parodic references to well-known Hong Kong and Hollywood films.

Wong also directed or produced several of the films of comic actor Stephen Chow, who has been Hong Kong's most popular performer since the early 1990s. Examples of their collaborations include God of Gamblers II (1991), Tricky Brains (1991), Royal Tramp I and II (1992) and Sixty Million Dollar Man (1995).

Wong's commercial skills are not limited to the content of his movies or his casting. He was using Hollywood-style cross-media promotional tactics - such as tie-in novels, comic books and other products, and magazine interviews - long before they became common in Hong Kong (Bordwell, 2000).

Wong's style, often seen as loud, crass and philistine, may be another factor in his low stock among critics. According to director Ann Hui, he remarked Hui's acclaimed 1990 drama, Song of the Exile, "Who wants to watch the autobiography of a fat woman?" In 1994, unidentified assailants attacked him outside his offices and knocked out his teeth; this was widely believed to have been retaliation for injudicious remarks, ordered by Triads, or Chinese organized crime figures, whose involvement in the industry is notorious. (Dannen and Long, 1997), although Wong himself is rumored to be related with the Triads.

Since the late 1990s, Wong's films have fared much worse in the box office due to the sluggish recession which has been enveloping Hong Kong cinema in the new millennium. However a number of his films released in the 2010s, such as From Vegas to Macau have seen renewed success for the director, particularly in mainland China.

Usually with

Andy Lau
Andy Lau
(42 films)
Andrew Lau
Andrew Lau
(20 films)
Chingmy Yau
Chingmy Yau
(25 films)
Natalis Chan
Natalis Chan
(26 films)
Lee Siu-kei
Lee Siu-kei
(28 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Wong Jing (141 films)

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From Vegas to Macau III, 1h52
Directed by Andrew Lau, Wong Jing
Origin Hong kong
Genres Comedy, Action
Actors Chow Yun-fat, Andy Lau, Jacky Cheung, Nick Cheung, Carina Lau, Psy
Roles un prisonnier qui se fait tué
Rating26% 1.315611.315611.315611.315611.31561
Après que la rivale amoureuse de Ken (Chow Yun-fat), Molly (Carina Lau), ait sauté de son jet privé sans parachute, elle semble avoir survécu et est maintenant emprisonnée dans une sorte de bulle laser, inconsciente, nue et repeinte à l'aérographe, tandis que son admirateur, le scientifique fou Yik Tin-hang (Jacky Cheung) est en colère car Ken ne veut pas rembourser son repaire de Paradise Island, au large de la Thaïlande. À Macao, Ken s'effondre en apprenant le mariage de sa fille Rainbow (Kimmy Tong ) avec son filleul Vincent (Shawn Yue). Pour l'aider à s'en sortir, son ami Mark (Nick Cheung) l'hypnotise en lui faisant croire que Vincent épouse sa grosse cousine. Les choses tournent mal quand Michael (Andy Lau), le disciple de Ko Chun, téléphone pour avertir de se méfier de Yik Tin-hang, qui a engagé des mercenaires pour tuer Ken. Rainbow et Vincent tombent dans le coma quand une explosion a lieu durant leur mariage. Ken et Mark sont accusés d'avoir englouti l'argent illicite de la DOA et, en colère, Ken jure de se venger et de poursuivre le cerveau qui les a empêtrés là-dedans.
Lost in Hong Kong, 1h54
Directed by Xu Zheng
Genres Comedy, Action, Adventure, Crime, Romance
Actors Zhao Wei, Xu Zheng, Bao Bei'er, Du Juan, Sam Lee, Pan Hong
Roles Self
Rating54% 2.706362.706362.706362.706362.70636
In the mid-1990s, university art majors Xu Lai (Xu Zheng) and Yang Yi (Du Juan) fell in love, but then Yang was transferred to the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Xu has never seen her since. Almost twenty years later, the already bald Xu has long forgotten his dreams of becoming an artist, but he can never forget Yang even though he enjoys a comfortable life with his loving wife Cai Bo (Zhao Wei), the only major problem between them being the repeated failure conceiving a child. During a vacation in Hong Kong with Cai's overbearing family, Xu plans to secretly visit Yang, but Cai Bo's goofy young brother Cai Lala (Bao Bei'er) — always carrying a video camera in hand for his documentary project — tags along like his unwelcome shadow to spoil the rendezvous. Meanwhile, in Hong Kong, Wong Jing is filming another riotous gangster movie, while 2 police officers (Sam Lee and Eric Kot) investigate a murder.
From Vegas to Macau II, 1h50
Directed by Wong Jing
Origin Hong kong
Genres Comedy
Actors Chow Yun-fat, Nick Cheung, Carina Lau, Shawn Yue Man Lok, David Chiang, Jin Qiaoqiao
Roles Smartie
Rating46% 2.316162.316162.316162.316162.31616
Ken (Chow Yun-fat), surnommé « Main magique », vit maintenant une vie luxueuse loin du stress du monde du jeu et des inévitables implications avec les criminels qu’il entraîne. Son protégé, Vincent (Shawn Yue), travaille pour Interpol dans le but de faire tomber l'organisation criminelle DOA, et sa demande d’aide à son maître est systématique repoussée par Ken. Ce n’est que lorsque ce-dernier est impliqué dans une fusillade qui le met en danger, lui et ses amis, qu’il accepte à contrecœur d’aider Interpol et que lui et Vincent commencent à remonter la trace d'un ex-comptable de DOA, Mark (Nick Cheung). Seulement , celui-ci a détourné 15 milliards $ de ses anciens employeurs, s'attirant contre lui toute la puissance du monde criminel.
Naked Ambition 3D, 1h47
Directed by Louis Koo
Origin Hong kong
Genres Erotic, Comedy
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films
Actors Chapman To, Taka Katō, Josie Ho, Derek Tsang, Maiko Yūki, Yui Tatsumi
Roles Frankie Mo
Rating46% 2.323142.323142.323142.323142.32314
Literature graduate Wyman Chan (Chapman To) writes erotic stories in the soft porn section of the newspaper for a living, but with the soft porn section ceasing publication, he loses his job. The unemployed Chan becomes capricious, and takes inspiration from men working in the Japanese adult video (AV) industry to become a producer of pornographic films. Chan's idea immediately receives enthusiastic responses from his friends, who offer their help—especially Hatoyama (Josie Ho), who is familiar with the Japanese porn industry. While everyone initially takes great interest in being a part of filming, Chan is soon forced into acting in the lead role. Surprisingly, Chan becomes a sensation in Japan for his performance of being sexually harassed and dominated by women in the AV. Hatoyama immediately travels to Hong Kong to persuade Chan to pursue his unrealistic dream—a Hong Kong man entering the Japanese AV industry.
To Live and Die in Mongkok, 1h35
Directed by Wong Jing, Billy Cheung
Origin Hong kong
Genres Thriller, Crime
Actors Nick Cheung, Paw Hee-ching, Liu Kai-chi, Patrick Tam, Wong Jing
Roles Johnny
Rating58% 2.9031152.9031152.9031152.9031152.903115
Fai (Nick Cheung), a legendary triad figure, was convicted and sent to prison for life, for slaughtering rival gangsters in a gang fight. A local council member assisted him with paroling, leading to his subsequent early release from prison 30 years later. Mongkok has, however, completely changed and he has almost forgotten his way back home.
I Corrupt All Cops, 1h47
Directed by Wong Jing
Origin Hong kong
Genres Drama, Thriller, Mob film, Action, Crime
Actors Anthony Wong, Tony Leung Ka-fai, Eason Chan, Alex Fong, Bowie Lam, Kate Tsui
Roles Gold / Mr Chu
Rating59% 2.996292.996292.996292.996292.99629
During the time Hong Kong was under British rule, there was a dark age when corruption and bribery were the order of the day. Chinese Chief Inspector Lak (Tony Leung Ka-fai) together with his gang, Unicorn (Anthony Wong), Gale (Eason Chan) and Gold (Wong Jing) laundered massive sums thereby making Hong Kong an empire of graft. Whenever they failed to apprehend the felons, Unicorn would get innocent victims, like Bong (Alex Fong), to admit to the crimes.
The Lady Iron Chef
Directed by Billy Cheung
Origin Hong kong
Genres Comedy, Romance
Actors Wong Jing, Yuen Qiu, Cheung Tat-ming, Alice Chan, Lam Chi Chung, Tats Lau Yee-Tat
Roles Souza
Rating47% 2.3657352.3657352.3657352.3657352.365735
On the day of the Supreme Dim Sum competition, Madame To and her son SK To (Hacken) were appointed judges, since they owned one of the largest catering corporations in HK. All three of the contestants failed, but one mystery contestant impresses. The winner was Jade (Lau Yeung) and Madame To wanted her son to marry Jade. Ceci (Charmaine), a lower class girl employed to introduce the chefs onto the stage, was much impressed by SK more than Jade. Though SK was impressed with Jade, he refused to marry her.
Kung Fu Mahjong, 2h17
Directed by Wong Jing, Billy Cheung
Origin Hong kong
Genres Martial arts, Comedy, Action, Martial arts
Themes Sports films, Martial arts films
Actors Yuen Wah, Yuen Qiu, Wong Jing, Jade Leung, Tin Kai-man, Lam Chi Chung
Roles Tin Kau Ko
Rating56% 2.808452.808452.808452.808452.80845
Chi Mo Sai (Yuen Wah) meets Wong (Roger Kwok) in Auntie Fei's (Yuen Qiu) cafe and learns that Wong has a photographic memory. He decides to exploit this by teaching him how to play Mahjong, but Fei, Wong's boss, strongly objects. Despite Fei's objections, Wong learns Mahjong from compulsive gambler Chi Mo Sai. He impresses triad boss Tin Kau Ko (Wong Jing), but falls in love with Tin's mistress (Theresa Fu) and is beaten by his men. Wong goes crazy. Luckily, Fei cures him using Mahjong. Fei wants Wong to beat Tin in the climatic "King of Mahjong" competition.
Kung Fu Mahjong 2
Directed by Wong Jing
Origin Hong kong
Genres Comedy, Action
Actors Cherrie Ying, Yuen Wah, Yuen Qiu, Wong Jing, Kingdom Yuen, Terence Yin
Roles Tin Gau Goh
Rating55% 2.761562.761562.761562.761562.76156
A master Mahjong player named Fanny (Cherrie Ying) gets divorced by her husband and must play in the King of Mahjong match to win him back. As she plays, she must rely on her kung fu skills to beat up the famous cheaters such as the Japanese woman, a very strong man, the triplets and much more and win allied with her classmates, master, and brother(called ugly) along with her "Nipple Twister". The film ends with Fanny nippletwisting her ex-husband by meaning she now had the power her ex-husband used to have.
Slim Till Dead, 1h32
Directed by Wong Jing
Origin Hong kong
Genres Thriller, Crime
Actors Anthony Wong, Cherrie Ying, Wong Jing, Kristal Tin, Zuki Lee
Roles William Hung
Rating49% 2.4881052.4881052.4881052.4881052.488105
La star de cinéma Ivy disparaît juste avant le « Concours de la Reine de l'amaigrissement » et est découverte morte peu de temps après. Le policier expérimenté Wong s'occupe de ce cas mystérieux. Deux autres stars de cinéma qui ont assisté à la compétition sont également tuées, au moment où elles pèsent exactement 32 kilos. Avec l'aide de sa femme, qui avait été autrefois elle aussi une brillante détective de police, et d'une conseillère d'un institut de beauté, Wong commence à éclaircir le secret derrière cette série de meurtres...
Love is a Many Stupid Thing, 1h35
Directed by Wong Jing
Origin Hong kong
Genres Drama, Thriller, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Action
Themes Gangster films
Actors Eric Tsang, Chapman To, Shawn Yue Man Lok, Natalis Chan, Lam Chi Chung, Rosanne Wong
Roles l'oncle de Ray
Rating54% 2.7272952.7272952.7272952.7272952.727295
Inspector Nat (Natalis Chan) send three undercover cops Ray (Chapman To), Tom (Shawn Yue) and Chubbie (Lam Chi-chung) to infiltrate triad boss Sam (Eric Tsang). Sam also sent Watson (Raymond Wong Ho-yin) as a mole to the police force. During their mission, Ray, Tom and Chubbie fall for three beautiful policewoman Angel (Belinda Hamnett), Leila (Race Wong) and Sharon (Iris Wong).
The Wesley's Mysterious File, 1h27
Directed by Andrew Lau
Origin Hong kong
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Action, Romance
Actors Andy Lau, Shu Qi, Rosamund Kwan, Wong Jing, Mark Cheng, Roy Cheung
Roles Doctor Kwan
Rating40% 2.03672.03672.03672.03672.0367
Wesley (Andy Lau) travaille à San Francisco pour la AAA (Aliens Analysing Agency), un département des Nations Unies enquêtant sur des observations extraterrestres. Lorsque Fong (Rosamund Kwan), une extraterrestre de la planète Bleu foncée échouée sur Terre il y a six cents ans, débarque en ville à la recherche des restes du squelette de son frère Tan, deux agents du département Double-X du FBI (Shu Qi et Roy Cheung) découvrent un complot gouvernemental impliquant des expériences humaines avec deux espèces extraterrestres différentes.