Tsui Hark produced and directed The Legend of Zu, commonly known as Zu Warriors, a Hong Kong film released in 2001. Ekin Cheng, Cecilia Cheung, Louis Koo, Patrick Tam, Kelly Lin, Wu Jing, and Sammo Hung had cameo cameos in the film. It is based on the same source as Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain, which was released in 1983.
The 1983 film Zu Warriors from the Magic Mountain was based on the same source as Zu Warriors. The film Zu Warriors is based on the 64-volume epic novel of the same name, and it follows a group of warriors as they train in the mysterious Zu mountains. The warriors are able to absorb the mountain's abilities and use them to assist combat the evil forces that threaten the world's safety. When a creature known only as the Blood Demon invades the mountains, the warriors must pool their resources in order to save humanity.
Cheng Ekin is a Cantopop singer and actor from Hong Kong. Early on in his career, he went by the name Dior (since that's what his younger sister tried to call him) as a first name. He's also known as Noodle Cheng, named after a popular noodle product of the same name. When Cheng was in high school, he began appearing in commercials, the most well-known of which was for Hi-C Lemon Tea. After that, he landed a number of TV parts. His first film, Girls Without Tomorrow, was released in 1992, and he was still known as Dior Cheng at the time.
Cecilia Cheung (Cecilia Cheung Pak-Chi) is a Hong Kong actress who was born to a Cantonese father and a half-Cantonese, half-British mother. Her parents split when she was young, and she was transferred to Australia to further her education. RMIT Holmes College was her alma mater.