*Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy*
|Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy|

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|Directed by||Jazz Boon|
|Written by||Cat Kwan|
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|Box office||US$85.7+ million|[2] * is a 2019 action thriller film. It is adapted from the 2014 TVB series of the same name and serves as a sequel to the 2016 film Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy* *Line Walker*. Directed by Jazz Boon, [3]the film stars Nick Cheung, Louis Koo and Francis Ng. All major characters in the film are different from the original drama series and the first film. It was released in Hong Kong and Mainland China on 7 August 2019 and the US on 16 August 2019. [4]
## Plot[edit]
An international terrorist organization abducted many children, turning them into spies to work at various police forces around the world. After Superintendent Yip (Francis Ng) and Chief Inspector Ching (Nick Cheung) arrested a female hacker named Yiu (Jiang Pei yao) who was about to piece together the schemes of the organization, Superintendent Cheng (Louis Koo) tried to take the case off their hands. Who could be the double agents? They went to Myanmar and Navarre to find out the truth, but soon there are blurred lines between good cops vs bad cops

## Cast[edit]
- Nick Cheung as CIB Chief Inspector Ching
- Louis Koo as Security Wing Superintendent Cheng
- Francis Ng as CIB Superintendent Yip
- Jiang Peiyao as Journalist/Hacker Yiu
- Joe Ma as Commissioner of HK Police
- Huang Zhizhong as Mr. Tung
- Benjamin Yuen as Ah John – Cheng's
- Joel Chan as Chief Superintendent Leung
- Zhang Yichi as Demon, Henchman of Mr. Tung
- Liu Yuning as Bill

## Cameos[edit]
- Au Siu-wai as Businessman
- Grace Wong as CIB detective
- Kaman Kong as CIB detective
- Bowie Cheung as CIB detective
- Chloe Yuen as nanny of Superintendent Cheng's daughter
- Guillermo Larrayoz as Zaldiko
## Reception[edit]
The film has an 83% rating on
*Rotten Tomatoes* based on six reviews. [5]
## References[edit]
^"Line Walker 2". Douban. Retrieved 17 August 2019. ^Davis, Rebecca. "China Box Office: Local Animation 'Nezha' Now China's Fifth-Highest-Grossing Title". Variety.com. Retrieved 17 August 2019. ^Eagen, Daniel. "Review: Line Walker 2 — old-school action from Hong Kong". Film Legacy. Retrieved 14 September 2020. ^"Line Walker 2". AMCTheaters.com. Retrieved 17 August 2019. ^"Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango. Retrieved 30 October 2021.