Monday, July 26, 2010

7.26.2010 - News

City Under Siege poster features Shu Qi, Aaron Kwok

FBA: Clash (Bẫy rồng) (7/10)(Vietnam)
Reminiscent of Hong Kong '80s fare, this enjoyably hardboiled action movie features a knockout performance by Veronica Ngo...Reuniting the same crew and two leads - real-life couple Johnny Nguyen and Veronica Ngo - of Charlie Nguyen's period action hit The Rebel...

Poster for Midnight Heartbeat/Midnight Pulse

Francis Ng

Francis Ng at the Beijing launch of the movie website for Midnight Heartbeat/Midnight Pulse
Yang Yuyu, Francis Ng

Yao Di

Yao Di plays an insidious nurse
Guei Lun-Mei gun-styling in Dante Lam's Stool Pigeon

With director Dante Lam

Reign of Assassins set design sketches

Huang Shengyi, Patrick Tam and Law Kar-Ying star in a CCTV series 'Legend of Tai Chi'

Patrick Tam

Law Kar-Ying

Karen Mok shooting album cover photos and MV in Australia for her new CD 'Baby'

Fan Bingbing in Beijing for an autumn/winter fashion show

Angelababy and fans

Angelababy met with fans for an autograph session at Harbour City, denied recent allegations that her photo album was a plagiarism of a Japanese photo album. (Sina), (Sina-slide show)


Angelababy vs Rinka

Fan with Annie G., Hailey C., A.Lin and Chrissie Chau

Chrissie Chau

A.Lin, Chrissie Chau, Annie G. Hailey C.
Chrissie sexied up for the last day of publicity at Causeway Bay. Perhaps erring the day before yesterday for an early morning appearance and dressing too conservatively (the red dress?), only 50 fans queued up today.

When he last appeared three years ago, he was interrogated by Dee Hsu (also known as Xiao S) on his highly-speculated romantic relationship with fellow Taiwanese actress, Shu Qi...When Xiao S tried to quiz the latter on his rumoured relationship with Shu Qi, the four-time Golden Melody award winner tried to avoid the topic by lying flat on the floor. Xiao S followed suit despite wearing a mini dress.


Glenn, kenixfan said...

I saw that Karen CD listed on YesAsia but I hadn't heard anything about it otherwise, until now.

It's a Mandarin one for the Mainland and Taiwan market or what?

Seems a bit too soon for her to have a new album out yet to me.

dleedlee said...

Yeah, yesasia describes it as contemporary, original Mandarin songs. Her last album was the Mandarin oldies covers, Wei/Way Back.

This is the project that sparked rumors of romance between her and producer Zhang Yadong (frequent collaborator with Faye Wong).

I thought I'd posted some photos of her in studio from her microblog but I guess not.