Nicholas Tse (謝霆鋒) shoots countless of films including Raging Fire (怒火) premiering on 19th August since joining the industry. As it was the last work of deceased Benny Chan (陳木勝) who was the film director of Raging Fire movie, Nicholas expressed he worked with him for many times and praised Benny was a good director: “I have absolute trust in him and willing to shoot dangerous scenes such as the bus crash scene in Invisible Target (男兒本色) film and was pushed down by Wu Jing (吳京) from a high rise building. I feel quite impressed by myself and might not achieve that effect now. (Dare not do it now?) Perhaps but it depends on who is the film director. If I make a mistake, it will affect the whole team and I need to drink alcohol for 2 nights in order to calm down. Honestly speaking, everyone suffers from tremendous pressure.”
Nicholas described Benny was not a drinker and smoker and had good temper but was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal carcinoma: “Hence, we must cherish everyday and live our lives to the fullest. We should do it as long as we do not hurt any people. At the set, Daniel Wu (吳彥祖), Stephen Fung (馮德倫) and Sam Lee (李璨琛) and I took photos with Benny and kept urging him to produce Gen-X Cops 3 (特警新人類3) film. Unfortunately, it failed to finalise. It has been more than 10 years since I have tears but feel emotional when watching Raging Fire movie. Benny’s death news was too sudden. When I was dubbing in Beijing for 2 minutes, they told me Benny could not come and passed away after 2 days later. I reckon Benny left peacefully after knowing I completed the dubbing successfully.”
When questioned about learning to cherish his family, Nicholas responded he showed concern for them all along. Mentioning about Faye Wong (王菲) and his sons, Lucas and Quintus, he rejected to reply about his personal affair but disclose he did not sing karaoke with Faye at all, when asked about it.