Friday, August 13, 2010

8.13.2010 - News

CRI: Cut Clips of "Aftershock" Unveiled
The cut clips of the hit film "Aftershock" have been released to the public, revealing the twisted fate of the main characters.
Some cast members, including Zhang Jingchu and Chen Daoming, also expressed regret for the editing of the film, which they said severely shortened their performances.
Kwai's squeaky clean, girl-next-door image goes out the door in this action film, in which she plays the member of a gang and girlfriend of the gang's leader caught up in a love triangle.
Parodies of such popular films as "The Message" ("Feng Sheng"), "God of Gamblers" ("Du Shen") and "The Eagle Shooting Heroes" ("Dong Cheng Xi Jiu") have been publicized as the selling points of the film.
The film will premiere on 28 August at FrightFest in London’s Empire Leicester Square.


Poster for Love in Disguise meet-and-greet with cast in Beijing

Charlie Young and Xia Yu play lovers on the run in Wind Blast



Leon Dai featured in new stills released for Reign of Assassins


The world premiere will be in Venice on September 3


Gu Xuan in High School Musical




Karen Mok appeard on a Hong Kong radio station to promote her new single.

Veronica Yip, visiting her mother in Hong Kong, supported models Chrissie Chau and Angelababy and said Anthony Wong was a bit extreme. Veronica and family have been flying on her husband's private jet are heading next to Vietnam. (Xinhua)

5 comments:

duriandave said...

Veronica and family have been flying on her husband's private jet

Is that the tub on the jet? ;p

duriandave said...

P.S. Love the gentle irony of the photo. In the old days, it would have been Veronica in the tub!

dleedlee said...

Love the gentle irony of the photo. In the old days, it would have been Veronica in the tub!

Thank goodness for DVDs! :D

Walter said...

I enjoyed seeing Kwai Lun-Mei in "All about Women"/ "Not All Women Are Bad". She did a good job with her eccentric character in that movie. :)

dleedlee said...

I really need to catch up on Kwai Lun-Mei's films. She has an intriguing look to her. I've read that Taipei Exchanges is pretty good too.