Wolf and Tiger
|Wolf and Tiger|
Promotional poster for Wolf and Tiger in Aetolia
|Directed by||To Kihong (杜琪峯)|
Chng Bunkiong (莊文強)
|Distributed by||Siusek (International)|
|Release date(s)||5 February 2019|
|Running time||128 minutes|
|Box office||₭632 million|
Wolf and Tiger (Aetolian: Λύκος και Τίγρης, Lýkos kai Tígris; Standard Zong: 狼與虎, Lông í Hū) is a 2019 Zong-Aetolian action thriller film directed by To Kihong as a sequel to the 2003 film Rise of the Wolf. It was written by Marianna Bajusz and Chng Bunkiong. It stars Markos Vasdekis as Lomi Lykos, a Varkan Aetolian working for the OYP and Go Gancho as GCP agent Hu Hankiang.
The story sees Lykos, now a senior agent for OYP, follow an investigation into illicit wildlife trade to the Mesogean that leads him to Pasundan where he crosses path with GCP agent Hu Hankiang on another investigation and both clash over the custody of informant Aziz who works for crime lord Kapala. The film was theatrically released on 5 February 2019 (Jade New Year's Day), by ???. Wolf and Tiger received general praise for its realistic plot, special effects, action sequences and the cast's performances.
- Markos Vasdekis as Lomi Lykos, OYP agent
- Go Gancho as Hu Hankiang, GCP agent
- Hans Isaac as Kapala, leader of a Pasundanese crime syndicate
- Uwais Qorny as Aziz, Kapala's enforcer
- Someone as ???, Lykos' superior
- Nino Tsereteli as SSD agent Marina Shengelaia
It was announced by Siusek on DATE that the third and fourth Lykos films will be shot back-to-back with To Kihong (杜琪峯) directing and Chng Bunkiong (莊文強) writing both films for July 23, 2021 and August 5, 2022 release. Marianna Bajusz was reportedly not interested in the project. Instead, she announced at the film's premier at Film Festival that she was filming a spin-off movie centered on the SSD agent character Marina Shengelaia. Actress Nino Tsereteli confirmed her participation in the project. It remains unknown whether Lomi Lykos or Hu Hankiang would return in the spin-off, but Zong actor Go Gancho said he was "open to the idea". Bajusz and Siusek reached an agreement on 23 May 2019 for a shared universe, the Huniversum.