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Daniel Wu's "imaginary enemies"

2013-10-21 09:38:06



Hong Kong star Daniel Wu sits down with China Daily to talk more than his new film “Control”, to be released on Nov 21.

Wu produces and stars in the futuristic thriller, playing an insurance salesman who threats to rob a bank with the power of a secret voice that seems to be in control of everything in town.

In the interview Wu shares stories of his first martial arts mentor, his admiration of director Stanley Kubrick, and why he is unsatisfied about his look - you can never imagine the answer.

He also talks about his daughter Raven, born on May 30 this year. The 39-year dad has been worried already about his "imaginary enemies" - his daughter's future boyfriends.

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