Wednesday, June 2, 2010

6.2.2010 - News

8 Welcome to Shamatown posters have clues and embedded passwords to tease the audience.

THR:Chinese press rails against 'Red Dawn'
China becomes the enemy in remake of 1984 film
People's Daily: American movie demonizes China

Gong Li cast in Chinese remake of "What Women Want"
Fan [Bingbing], who starred opposite [Andy] Lau in "Future X-Cops" and "Battle of Wits," is "too young," Chen [Daoming] said. "Seeing her again opposite Andy wouldn't be fresh. Gong Li brings something fresh."

CRI: Justin Bieber and Jaden Smith in New "Karate Kid" Video

CRI: Liu Yifei to Star in Wilson Yip's "Ghost Story"
Louis Fan revealed on his mini-blog that Wilson Yip is currently shooting his new film "A Chinese Ghost Story" in Shanghai. Chinese actress Liu Yifei will play the lead female character 'Nie Xiaoqian', the Beijing News reports. [Wondering about how accurate the report is, I don't see Liu Yifei.]
Liu Yifei in Zhongshan recently endorsing a brand (Xinhua)

Yoyo Mung
Yoyo Mung has been working in the mainland for the past five years began filming a new TVB series in Hangzhou. Yoyo said she doesn't plan to marry this year. This to questions about longtime boyfriend Ekin Cheng. (Xinhua), (Sina)

Chace and daddy

Kelly Chen forced to retire early ?
It was reported that businessman Alex Lau was unhappy with Chen spending more of her time on her career and neglecting their 10-month-old son Chace.
Speculation was rife that the couple had been arguing about the matter numerous times.
The paparazzi also caught Lau carrying Chace, who had a fever, to a doctor in Hong Kong alone.

Michelle Reis

The actress, who was rumoured to have raised the ire of her mother-in-law last year because she was reluctant to have kids, said she was leading a very colourful life and currently has no plans to have children.

Zhang Ziyi appeared on Tuesday during a charity event in Deyang, a town in Szechuan, China, to announce that work has begun on a proposed centre to protect the town's orphans and vagrant children.
Zhang revealed that construction of the centre will be funded by the proceeds of her fundraising drive in Cannes two years ago, which amounted to approximately US$400,000.

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