Eight years ago, Singaporean film director Jacen Tan produced a script inspired by the monotonous overnight stints he had to serve while on guard duty during National Service. It’s “Ah Boys To Men” meets “The Walking Dead”, said the 34-year-old, along with his cast and co-producers, Alaric, 38, and Benjamin Heng, 41, after a press conference held at the Asia TV Forum on Thursday (30 November).
Note: This commentary contains spoilers for the movie “Ah Boys to Men 4”. “Ah Boys to Men 4” is commercialism at its most crass. If you came on time for the movie, you’ll be subject to multiple awful commercials featuring the “Ah Boys to Men 4” cast before the film itself starts.
Get to know Singapore-Hong Kong actress Apple Chan, the only female star in the upcoming Ah Boys To Men 4 movie. You might have heard that Jack Neo has cast a new female lead in the upcoming ‘Ah Boys To Men 4’ movie. As an armoured infantry lieutenant in the Singapore Armed Forces, no less.
Filming for the highly-anticipated local movie “Ah Boys To Men 4” (ABTM4) officially began in late June this year. However, it has since been delayed by about a week due to issues such as rainy weather and, more notably, the use of real tanks provided by the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). Production is slow but the delay is necessary,” shared director Jack Neo in Mandarin during a media set visit on Tuesday (5 September) afternoon.
Shrey Bhargava's Facebook post about his experiences auditioning for "Ah Boys to Men 4" have drawn widespread responses from Xiaxue and other influencers.
The freelance actor who sparked a heated racism debate after he wrote on Facebook about his experience of auditioning for a local movie has been questioned by the police about his post. Shrey Bhargava, 21, was interviewed by the police on Wednesday afternoon (31 May), the Singapore Police Force (SPF) said. Bhargava gave a statement and signed it, the SPF added.
Ah Boys to Men 4 (ABTM4) producers have spoken out after an audition involving local actor Shrey Bhargava, 22, sparked racial controversy.
Local actor Shrey Bhargava has responded to criticism of his post regarding his audition for Jack Neo's "Ah Boys to Men 4", saying that the issue of reducing a minority to a caricature was not exclusive to the movie and that he was asking for it to be recognised as such. "My intentions have never been to insult anyone or blame anyone. I repeat what I have said in my previous posts: this is not about who's at fault," he said in a Facebook post on Monday (29 May).