Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Ge You-Starred Comedy 'Gasp' Receives Negative Reviews
Black comedy "Gasp" starring China's most popular comedian, Ge You, has been blasted by criticism from cinemagoers and film critics, despite its box office earnings surging to 40 million yuan in its first week in theaters.

Chinese Film Wins Prizes at Montreal Film Festival
Chinese film "Weaving Girl" grabbed the second highest prize at the 33rd Montreal World Film Festival Monday
Gao Yuanyuan
Jung Woo-Sung
Director Heo Jin-Ho
Season of Good Rain Seoul press conference photos (Sina.com)
Originally, a segment of Chengdu, I Love You, the story of a cross-border romance was extended to a full feature length film.

Tian Zhuangzhuang
As China prepares to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the People's Republic, a new blockbuster tells the story of its founding. Naturally, the nation's biggest movie stars took part, as Clifford Coonan reports from Beijing

Well received, even with 170 big name stars, the story successfully integrates appearances. John Woo's cameo was cut out, however. Jackie Chan reportedly unrecognizable.(?)
All-star epic for the 60th anniversary of PRC to premiere next week

'Bruno' ads too hard for HK subway
Ad agent rejects risqué pun in Cohen movie poster
Gong Mi posted on her blog that her first movie is due for release at New Year's and that she has begun a TV series.
"Turandot" on stage at Bird's Nest to celebrate anniversary of New China's founding

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