Starting Tuesday (Jan 29), Young & Fabulous, a 2016 local film starring the late actor and reservist Corporal First Class (National Service) Pang as the lead actor, will be re-released in honour of his memory.

CFC (NS) Pang passed away on 23 Jan due to severe injuries sustained as a result of a lowered gun barrel while he was conducting repair works in the Singapore Self-Propelled Howitzer (SSPH) with two other SAF personnel on 19 Jan at Waiouru Training Area in New Zealand.

The announcement regarding the re-screening was made by film distributor Encore Films on Sunday (27 Jan) in a Facebook post.

The local film distributor noted: “All proceeds after third party costs (if any) for the screenings will go to Pang’s family”.

Producer and director Joyce Lee said regarding the re-release of Young & Fabulous: “I wanted to do something for him, and with his family’s blessings, we’ve decided to re-release Young & Fabulous on the big screens for Singaporeans who wished to pay tribute to his great work.”

She added: “Aloysius’s wish was to excel in his acting profession and get more recognition for his work.

“I hope I can do my part to help him fulfil his wish,” said Lee.

Pang’s talent manager Dasmond Koh said: “His participation in Young & Fabulous was a key milestone in his career, and I hope more people can get to enjoy this movie.”

The six locations for the screening of Young & Fabulous – In Memory of Aloysius Pang are:

  • Golden Village Plaza
  • Golden Village Tampines
  • Cathay Cineplex AMK Hub
  • Cathay Cineplex Parkway Parade
  • Shaw Theatres Waterway Point, and
  • WE Cinemas Clementi.

Booking links will be available shortly on the cinemas’ official websites.

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