Wednesday, May 5, 2010

5.5.2010 - News

Newest Triple Tap poster released
Movie opens June 30 (HunanTV)

Screen Daily: Wild Bunch comes on board for Lou Ye's Love and Bruises
The love story follows Hua, a young teacher from Beijing recently arrived in Paris who drifts between former lovers and recent French acquaintances until she meets Mathieu, a young worker who falls madly in love with her. But, possessed by an insatiable desire for her body, he treats Hua like a dog. As the intense love affair progresses, Hua decides to leave her lover only to discover the strength of her addiction, and the vital role he has come to play in her life.
Wild Bunch and Lou most recently worked together on Spring Fever which won the screenplay award at Cannes in 2009. The collaborators also worked on Lou’s previous film, Summer Palace...
”Chinese Odyssey is a supernatural high-seas adventure that pits our hero against an onslaught of deadly foes on the path to fulfilling his destiny,” Minkoff said. “It’s a story involving ancient mysteries, deadly sea-monsters, great characters, and larger-than-life adventures which all make for a fantastic cinematic experience.”

CRI: Comedy 'The Love of Three Smiles' Premieres in Beijing
CRI: 'The Message' Sequel to Be Shot
CRI: Lu Chuan Makes Film on Asian Games Volunteers
Jay Chou may play martial arts legend Bruce Lee in 'Ip Man 3'
Also, Manfred Wong announced that, with the approval of Lee's family, Echoes of the Rainbow Aarif Lee Chi-Ting will play young Bruce Lee in the Bruce Lee Biography. (HunanTV)

CNN: Is Wang Zhongjun China's Harvey Weinstein?
Cofounder of Huayi Brothers interviewed

Wang Leehom facial cleanser advert photos

Karen Mok in Beijing promoting a mobile brand

Jennifer Tse Ting-Ting sports a Hello Kitty bag at a mother-daughter fundraising conference.

Jennifer Tse, Cissy Wang (Donnie's wife)


ewaffle said...

I realize it is just an internet headline but the head "CNN: Is Wang Zhongjun China's Harvey Weinstein?" is strange even by CNN standards. CNN seems to specialize in the "one one hand this, on the other hand that" stories.

But not only is there no further reference to Harvey Weinstein the article, from the way it describes Wang Zongjun the only similarity between the two is that they are both in the movie business.

I realize this is a small, nit-picky point and refers only to CNN.

dleedlee said...

Yeah, pretty misleading. Maybe it just served to grab eyeballs.