Tuesday, February 1, 2011

2.1.2011 - News

FBA: The Killer gets green light for 3-D remake
South Korea’s Jung Woo-sung will star in a 3-D English-language remake of iconic Hong Kong film The Killer.

Variety: Shaolin
Well-mounted Chinese-Hong Kong martial-arts co-production “Shaolin” elevates enlightenment above brute strength, but weak helming undercuts the pic’s punch.
Potentially epic tale ends up as okay popcorn entertainment.

Louis Koo plays a makeup artist in All's Well Ends Well 2011

Eric Tsang crashed the Hong Kong premiere of CNY rival Raymond Wong's All's Well Ends Well 2011.
He sported an I Love Hong Kong t-shirt, of course. (Sina)

Josie Ho has dropped out of Quentin Tarantino-RZA project The Man With the Iron Fist in order to remain in Hong Kong and deal with the Stanley Ho family financial squabble. The project would have required her to spend a month-long shoot in Shanghai. (Sina)

Jay Chou and Lin Chi-Ling rehearse for CCTV's Spring Festival broadcast.

New Year greetings from My Own Swordsman
Yao Chen

Yan Ni

Writer Ning Caishen, director Shang Jing

"This is the first Singaporean film that shows how people lived from the 40s to the 60s," says director Kelvin Tong of his new film which was shot on a lavish set built at a former army camp in Choa Chu Kang.

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