HKMDB Daily News

April 13, 2012

April 13, 2012 [HKMDB Daily News]

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FBA: The 33D Invader review

Lame softcore sex comedy is only of interest for its newcomer lead.

TaipeiTimes: Zombie 108 review

Clueless cops and gangsters, a sexual pervert and an abundance of naked women do battle with the undead in ‘Zombie 108,’ Taiwan’s first ever zombie flick

“Zombie 108″ trailer

CF: Hong Kong Film Awards, Still Lacking New Blood

“The Hong Kong film industry is completely controlled by commercial interests. The investors are ultimately businessmen. Employing new actors may cost them less money, but the risk is very high, simply because box office revenues cannot be guaranteed. So, a lack of famous stars in a movie will mean fewer people will be willing to invest in it.

According to Hong Kong media reports, actress Cecilia Cheung who divorced her husband, popular star Nicholas Tse, earlier this year will not make an appearance on this year’s film extravaganza in an effort to dodge the media limelight.

Chrissie Chau is studying Wing Chun from a 3rd generation disciple of Ip Man to prepare for the upcoming “Bauhinia Heroine”

(Sina)

The movie is based on the true story of a Hong Kong business mogul in the early 20th century. [Aaron] Kwok portrays the lead character who was born after his mother was raped by a British seaman and was later adopted by a fishing family. Paw [Hee-Ching] plays his foster mother.

CF: ”Fairytale Killer” to Hit Screens in Mid-May

THR: Chinese ‘Titanic’ Fans Balk at Cuts to Rerelease

The same scenes were censored during the film’s original run in China in 1998, but many viewers first saw the film on pirated copies from the West, and thus are more familiar with the unedited version.CDT

Some even lampooned the state watchdog with a satirical news story, “The State Administration of Radio, Film and Broadcast finally gave an explanation of its decision to remove the nude scene it OK’d 15 years ago: ‘In light of the specialness of 3D movies, we are concerned that viewers may extend their hands for a touch during the scene and hit heads of viewers sitting in their front, which may result in disputes. In consideration for building a society with spiritual civilization, we decide to remove the scene.’

Dylan Kuo, Amber An Xin-ya and Anthony Wong on the set of “Westgate Tango” during a media set visit.

Anthony Wong

Amber An

Dylan Kuo

Dylan Kuo, Amber An, Anthony Wong (Sina-slideshow)

Has the actress moved on to a new love after separating from Richard Li?

MSN: Is Edison Chen still dating Cammi Tse?

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