Monday, January 24, 2011

1.24.2011 - News

THR: China's 'What Women Want' Remake to Get Day-and-Date U.S. Release
China Lion will also distribute Chen Daming's film to cinemas in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

  • What Women Want, starring Andy Lau and Gong Li, will open at select North American theaters day-and-date with its China premiere on Feb. 3, the first day of the Lunar New Year, distributor China Lion said on Friday.
  • China Lion will open What Women Want, subtitled in English, at AMC theaters in cities where there are large concentrations of ethnic Chinese moviegoers, such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Toronto, Boston, Seattle and Washington, D.C., and at Cineplex theaters in Vancouver.
  • Its next North America and China day-and-date release will be the March 18 premiere of the Fox International Productions film The Butcher, The Chef and the Swordsman.

MTV VJ JuJu (Zhu Zhu) in upcoming What Women Want

Cast promote "If You Are the One II" in Taipei
Shu Qi, Ady An Yixuan

CRI: A Review of the Shaolin-Themed Kung Fu Movies
Shaolin: Character driven with a dash of Kung Fu
Underneath all the violence, bloodshed and machismo in Hong Kong director Benny Chan's "Shaolin" is an endearing tale of a man's journey in search of redemption.

Andy Lau promoting Shaolin at Kowloon Bay

Mr. and Mrs. Incredible's Sandra Ng, Louis Koo and Vincent Kok opened the Lunar New Year Flower Market in Tsimshatsui

Faye Wong busy blogging even just before her Taipei concert! ;D
Faye Wong's Hello Kitty phone case (Xinhua)

Zhao Wei did not travel alone to Taipei to support Faye Wong's concert. She was also accompanied by her husband, Huang You-Long, and daughter. (Sina-gallery)

MSN: Maggie Cheung rumoured to have met boyfriend’s parents
HK's Maggie Cheung rubbishes breakup rumours
MSN: Andy Lau admits he is working on having children
RazorTV: Andy Lau: I used to be a snob  (1/5)
GlobalTimes: Barbie meets her Ken in lightning-fast path to the altar
Koo, who is still recuperating from an injury to his left leg sustained during the filming of a movie in Beijing last August, said he could only take on action movies after August this year.
RazorTV: 881 The Musical (1/7)
Judee Tan and Joanna Dong play the new Papaya Sisters in the musical.

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