Saturday, December 26, 2009

12.26.2009 - News

Treasure Hunter

Miao Pu without mask (Sina)

Taipei Times
FILM REVIEW: Bodyguards fail to save the day
CRI: "Bodyguards and Assassins" Going Strong after Debut

CRI: Will The Silver Screen Shine?
The advertisements and trailers of upcoming movies are often more eye-catching and imaginative than the films themselves.

Variety: Walking to School
Produced by Yu Rongguang

China's Zhang Yimou back with Coen brothers remake
The 57-year-old has also called on television comedians to act in the film, and the dialogue is peppered with funny expressions made popular by the Internet...
It is a film that perfectly suits cinemas in provincial towns."
The Hunan Daily newspaper wrote: "Apart from the attractive aspect due to the fact it is an adaptation of the Coen brothers' film, the cultural content seems rather empty."
And Hung Huang, a Chinese media personality, said the film was "too vulgar."

THR: Hong Kong fest to laud Zhang Yimou
Chinese director Zhang Yimou will be given a lifetime achievement award at the upcoming Asian Film Awards in March next year.

Chi-Ling goes full time into acting

CRI: Xiao Shen Yang's 101st Night

Taipei Times: Pop Stop

Gong Li mum about cup size

Andy Lau appears as Sammi Cheng's guest

Sammi Cheng Love Mi Concert

Guests Eric Kot, Ekin Cheng

Vivian Chow lends support to non-profit veterinary association

Rosamund Kwun

Rumors have been swirling over the holidays that both Rosamund Kwun and Maggie Cheung have become engaged to their boyfriends.(Sina)

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