At the film festival's post-screening Q&A for his film The Heavenly Kings on Wednesday, self-styled media manipulator Daniel Wu Yin-cho (right, in a scene from the film) admitted to screwing with the press. With his Alive buddies in the pseudo boy band on stage, Wu confessed they had been leaking their own publicity ideas to the press. They range from being pursued by a recording label, to group in-fighting, to a single being stolen, all of which are depicted in the spoofy docu-drama. 'The record deals weren't exactly coming thick and fast, so we decided to leak the song onto the internet and blame it on a fictional record company employee,' says Wu. Confirming the gullibility of the local media, he displayed several articles, including one from the Post. Shocking! A celebrity faking his own publicity? What a revelation! However, it does defeat his previous moaning about stars' privacy being invaded. You can't have your cake and eat it too, Danny boy. Maybe those bedroom pictures of Wu and his girlfriend were arranged by the group themselves? As for the film, the consensus is it's not bad - but it ain't no Spinal Tap.