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Celebrating the Box-Office Success of 大日子Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

《大日子Woohoo!》票房口碑创佳绩Astro关丹设宴庆功

Astro关丹设宴庆功

Astro关丹设宴庆功

大日子Woohoo!, the first 100% Malaysian produced Chinese movie by Woohoo Picture and Astro Shaw jointly presented by Astro and MY FM, was a major box-office success, accumulating over RM4 million in Malaysia since its release on 14 January 2010.

Look at the beautiful scenery that Woohoo was shot! Nice kan?
Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

Woohoo @ Pantai Beserah, Kuantan

As a gesture of gratitude to each and every individual who had made it happened, Astro organised an appreciation dinner today at Kampung Pantai Beserah, Kuantan, where the movie was shot.

Astro关丹设宴庆功

Astro关丹设宴庆功

周青元 Chiu Keng Guan, the movie director and a line-up of artistes such as 林德荣 Jack Lim, 颜江瀚 Gan Jiang Han, 杨佳贤 Jason Yeoh, 邱文博 Bernard Hiew, 曾洁钰 Chen Keat Yoke, 颜薇恩 Gan Mei Yan, 卓卉勤 Vivian Tok and 黄一飞 Freddie Ng were there to celebrate with the guests.

林德荣 Jack Lim
林德荣 Jack Lim

杨佳贤 Jason Yeoh
杨佳贤 Jason Yeoh

颜江瀚 Gan Jiang Han
颜江瀚 Gan Jiang Han

曾洁钰 Chen Keat Yoke
曾洁钰 Chen Keat Yoke

颜薇恩 Gan Mei Ya

颜薇恩 Gan Mei Ya

颜薇恩 Gan Mei Ya
颜薇恩 Gan Mei Ya

Astrolife – a brainchild of Astro which purpose is to reward Astro customers and their families for their loyalty shown towards Astro, had invited a total of 50 Astro’s customers to the feast.

For the first time in history, Astro and MY FM jointly present a 100% locally made movie Woohoo! – from director, cast, scriptwriter, to cameraman, the end-to-end production was done locally. The movie incorporates social, family and cultural values in a light-hearted, humorous yet effective way, with plots and dialogues that are relevant to the local lifestyle.

Astro关丹设宴庆功

Astro关丹设宴庆功

Astro关丹设宴庆功

“Woohoo!, is not merely an extension of TV production in Astro, but also our commitment to provide content that enriches life of the Chinese community. We are proud of Woohoo!, however the success doesn’t lie in the number of box office only, but the closer relationship built between us and the audience, and the benchmark we set for the local Chinese film industry,” said 周青元 Chiu Keng Guan.

The movie has garnered over RM4million gross box office despite it was only shown in 38 cinemas nationwide, beating the box office of Singaporean movies The Wedding Game and Love Matters in Malaysia.

Jack Lim Interview

Jack Lim Interview
On the other hand, Jack Lim was interviewed and asked about Jack Neo scandal / affair, he said he could not believe this would happen to Jack Neo. He’s now busy with 《阿炳》”Ah Beng” sitcom and all kind of activities or merchandise related to 《阿炳》”Ah Beng”.

35mm film of Woohoo
35mm film of Woohoo
35mm film of Woohoo
All of the artists and guest received each a limited edition 35mm film of Woohoo!

Astro On Demand will soon be airing Woohoo! on its platform to reward customers of Dragon Pack. Customers can catch this heart-warming movie round the clock on Astro On Demand Channel 941 between 20 April at 8.30pm and 2 May, at no extra cost. Non-Dragon Pack customers can also purchase the title at RM5 for unlimited watch within that period of time.

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