Friday, October 8, 2010

10.8.2010 - News

THR: Under the Hawthorn Tree
THR: Zhang's 'Hawthorne' opens Pusan
Director is guest of honor at Asia’s largest film fest

Reign of Assassins review
Famous for his script-crafting skills, Su displays his talents yet again in “Assassins” with detailed plotlines and humorous convos without trying too hard.

Interview: Man with the Iron Fist Director, Wu-Tang Impresario RZA
Christopher Doyle to shoot RZA's The Man With the Iron Fist

CRI: Miriam Yeung Stages Concert in Hong Kong,
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CRI: Zhao Wei Releases First Music Video for Latest Album, (Sina-gallery)
CRI: Fan Bingbing Shows Her Style in Paris
CRI:Chinese Film 'Buddha Mountain' Completes Tokyo Fest Lineup
"Buddha Mountain" and "The Piano in a Factory" by Chinese director Zhang Meng, are set to compete for six awards, including the prestigious Tokyo Sakura Grand Prix.

FBA: Detective Dee dominates box office in China
FBA: World wins Vancouver prize
Japanese film Good Morning to the World was announced today as the winner of the Dragons and Tigers Award at the Vancouver International Film Festival.

Francis Ng 
Publicity for Wind Blast which opens Oct. 28 is starting to ramp up.

Pat Ha Man-Chik
Pat Ha and husband
45 year-old Pat Ha Man-Chik returns to show biz in Calvin Poon's upcoming Derailed Women. Married to a Taiwan businessman, Pat Ha is the mother of three girls and was living in the US. Rumored to be now separated from her husband, Pat Ha was spotted snuggling with a young 25 year-old man in a Happy Valley apartment. He was later spotted in the laundry room washing her D&G underwear. (!)
  


Maggie Cheung, working behind the camera this time, for jewellry brand Qeelin as creative director. Model Pei Bei on right.
Maggie advising Pei Bei on posing sexy


SG: Andy Lau hands over billions to wife
SG: Andy Lau's wife rumoured to be three months pregnant
SG: Shu Qi prepares for retirement?
Supermodel Lin Chiling ordered to pay NT$6.84m in tax case
HKStandard: Off the hook
Pals of the Philippine president who have been blamed over the Manila bus bloodbath in which eight Hongkongers were killed are to have charges against them dropped or reduced...But punishment for the media - accused of disrupting the government's botched rescue action - will be harsh, with two reporters likely to be charged.

5 comments:

Walter said...

That was interesting about Shu Qi. I still like her best in "So Close". She's come a long way from the days where she would just squeal her way through the movies (like some of the scenes in "Storm Riders"). :)

dleedlee said...

I think the headline is a typical bit of hyperbole. Of course, that could change if a future husband demanded it. Even then, I wonder...

beyondasiaphilia said...

re: Wind Blast. How much are tickets to Beijing this time of year?

dleedlee said...

I don't know. But, for reference, Huayi Brothers raised the minimum ticket prices for tier-A cities, i.e., Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, to 35 yuan when Aftershock was released back in July.

beyondasiaphilia said...

I would gladly pay 35 yuan if only I could!