Aaron Kwok rehearses for National Day show
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Almost ready to begin shooting WKW's First Generation Master (Xinhuanet.com)
At an appeance for The Founding of a Republic in Shaanxi, Director Huang Jianxin said that the first cut was 3 hours and 27 minutes long but he had to edit it down to 2 hours. The original film is long enough for a 4 episode TV movie version and he is now in discussions with TV stations. (Sina.com)
Aaron and movie son, Ian Iskander (After This Our Exile) (Sina.com)
Meanwhile, Lynn Xiong is modeling and filming Ip Man 2 in Shanghai. [Boyfriend Aaron, however, was recently photographed with Mango Wong in Beijing.] (Sina.com)
After receiving a surprise gift from an anonymous man at a charitable banquet, Chinese actress Zhou Xun has admitted the man was her new boyfriend.
Zhao Benshan had a stroke Wednesday and is now being treated in Shanghai.
Zhang Ziyi - August
Zhang Ziyi sent a video message to Tsai Ming-Liang on the eve of his Taiwan premiere of Face. She congratulated him on his success and expressed hope to collaborate in the future. In the message, Zhang said that movies are a high art form that combines literature, drama and music and other arts which is not easy to do but Tsai was able to do so. At the Cannes Film Festival premiere, Zhang Ziyi said that not only did Face have avant-garde artistic value but should also be appreciated. Therefore, she did not hesitate to vote for Face. (Sina.com)
Starring Tsai Chen-nan, Enno Cheng, Serena Fang and Tsai Jian-wei, Tears is a story about an old detective who takes on the case of a girl who dies of a drugs overdose, and accidentally reveals a hidden crime he committed years ago.
Bey Logan has set "The Blood Bond" as the first movie to flow from his new production company following his imminent exit as the Weinstein Company's Hong Kong-based vice president. The picture is a stylized Asian actioner to be shot in English...The picture co-stars American stage actress Phoenix Chou and also features Chinese model and Taekwondo ace Zhang Lan-xin and veteran Hong Kong actor Simon Yam. Production begins Oct. 15 in China...
The Chinese-language romantic comedy "Hot Summer Days" will be a co-production between Fox International Productions, China's Huayi Brothers Media Corp. and satellite TV operator Star Television Asia Ltd., Fox and Star said in a joint statement late Tuesday. Fox and Star are both units of media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.