Actor John Lone was accused by reporters of being 'very cocky' (he's a celeb, after all) and throwing a temper tantrum when he found out that his name was not placed first in the cast listing on the poster of his new movie, Master of Everything. Reports claim he was very angry over the movie poster, because his name was featured after Taiwanese diva, Coco Li. He was accused of venting his anger by showing up for the last five minutes of the press conference in Guangzhou where he only had time for one cheeky question: Why did you make us wait for you? Keeping a low profile, Lone was in Hong Kong on Monday and said: 'I am very angry with the production company. Do you believe I would behave that way? I have been in the movie sector for more than 10 years! I was at the press conference 21/2 hours before it started. 'I was sitting in the room next to the press conference - no one summoned me until the press conference was nearly finished.' According to his manager, Lone's contract stipulates his name must always be No1 in the credits, and this is reflected in his previous movies such as The Last Emperor. One exception was Rush Hour 2, where he made a cameo appearance as crime lord, Ricky Tan. He is considering taking legal action to clear his name.