02:22:00 pm on December 8, 2005 |
Since King Kong has a remake, the movie-makers in Malaysia decided to do a 2006 blockbuster Malaysian style. Director Yusoft HasBeen has great plans ahead as he talks about his new movie rumoured to end filming by end of March next year.
“We has been in timing schedule wise and we are hope we can exposed our quality movie beyond our Malaysia viewer,” as exclaimed by the 6 milimeter man, Datuk Yusoft HasBeen.
“Our budget for the movie, “JAWS”, is a high one. I am hope I can earn a lot of cinema sale and VCD sale as how I do for “Sembelit” and “Sembilan 2005″. So far, the gezek and poster we pay around $3 millions of ringgit and aim to get back untung of $6 millions as how I did with Sembelit last time.”
Datuk Yusoft HasBeen had hand-picked the top stars in the local filming industry where once again, Rosyam Nohave, Error Faz Error and Shy Fool Apek were chosen to star in the leading roles.
Added Datuk Yusoft,”I choice Rosyam, Error and Apek it is because After Lin Chow Kee want to take Acer Mee Zal. So I cannot let Lin Chow Kee take anymore it is because I cannot take it anymore.”
“Malaysia has support Skoop Production and I am very happy of course. People love to see big name and I want to make this big with big name. In the movie also have one new actor. Actually it is a Jaws. That time I go fishing with my family and catch Jaws. I want to eat but still small but I very clever and I thinking fast. So I have idea on a new movie. First time in Malaysia we remake a hollywood filem. It is because Blade Hj AskMe make KL Mencarut 1, a first prequel in Malaysia, I want to be different than Blade. So I make Jaws.”
“Oh ya I want to talk about the new actor. It is also a jaws. We bring home at our pond and jaga. My son call it Mami Jerong. Very talented! So we train her to act and now she is going to make me earn big money it is because I no need to pays her. (Laughter).”
Jaws started filming in late November last month and the shoot made full use of Malaysia’s very own beautiful island, Langkawi. It was reported that Skoop Productions had budgeted a hefty RM10 million for the production cost of the famous Steven Spielberg’s movie.
Planning to hit the theaters by middle of 2006, we can assume that by the rate the Malaysian film-goers are showing their support for Datuk Yusoft’s movies, Jaws is surely a definite hit. I can see the 6 millimeter man’s smile a mile away as he waved me farewell before driving off in his new beemer.Advertisements