It's not often movie premieres are held out in Tseung Kwan O, but on Tuesday night the new animated Disney film Bolt was shown at the gala for the reopening of the MCL Metro Cinema. The movie house has been upgraded with a fancy staircase and seven new screens, including one with a 3-D digital projection device to show films in the dazzling new format. Lo and behold, Bolt was screened that way for the guests. Among the celebrities attending were the Cantonese dubbing cast. Singer Jacky Cheung Hok-yau (right in picture, next to dog) did the voice for the lead dog Bolt, and comedian Wong Cho-lam (left) as the sidekick hamster. Also present was Joyce Cheng Yan-yee (centre), daughter of Lydia 'Fei Fei' Sum Tin-ha, who co-sang the theme song with Cheung. 'It was actually very hard to record the song because it was too nerve-wracking to sing alongside [Cheung],' Cheng said, before adding that the veteran vocalist was a 'good teacher'. Wong also felt intimidated appearing alongside one of the four 'Heavenly Kings'. Luckily, he didn't record the movie's lines next to him. 'We actually did the dubbing separately ... but he's making me super nervous now just sharing the same stage with him.' Interestingly, the cinema now has a Tsui Wah Restaurant. Popcorn is passe, I suppose. Bolt opens today.