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September 16, 2013

Silent Witness (Hollywood Reporter review)

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Silent Witness

9/16/2013 by Clarence Tsui

The Bottom Line
A novel attempt for Chinese cinema in tackling the courtroom-thriller genre is weighed down by a denouement defined by an overarching belief in human goodness.

With a story revolving around a powerful political figure and his offspring being put on trial, multiple testimonies being overturned at the stand and courtroom proceedings spiraling into a poisonous expose of trysts and sexual misdeeds, Silent Witness somehow mirrors the very high-profile trials in China of, first, former Politburo member Bo Xilai (who was arrested and indicted for corruption, among other charges) and then Li Tianyi (the son of a top-ranking general and one of five men charged and tried for gang-raping a young woman). Such proximity to actual events unfolding in the country probably plays a part in the film’s steady progress at the local box office — its daily gross since opening on Friday was beaten only by the 3-D Smurfs sequel — and director Fei Xing’s experiment with nonlinear multi-perspective storytelling has certainly offered something new in a country where courtroom dramas are rare and mostly driven by state-sanctioned ideology.

While Silent Witness should be credited for making a step forward in trying to engage the mainland Chinese film industry with genre cinema — in this case, the courtroom-bound crime thriller — its flaws also illustrate the challenges of tackling such productions under a censorship regime that frowns on narratives deviating into any sort of moral ambiguity. While being entertained by all the intriguing twists and turns, domestic Chinese audiences will probably be let down by how Fei — who also wrote the screenplay — allows everyone to eventually emerge with their honor intact, when real-life events actually laid bare legal proceedings in which the accused, the witnesses and even the state itself are treading in pretty murky moral waters.

The film’s English title — as per its more obvious Chinese counterpart, which literally translates to “Observed by the Entire Public” — refers to how the trial of Lin Mengmeng (Deng Jiajia) is to take place: The proceedings — which revolve around the university student’s trial for murder — are to be broadcast live online and through Weibo, the Chinese equivalent to Twitter. The case has attracted much public attention because of the young woman’s background and the nature of the crime she is accused of. She is charged with murdering the starlet girlfriend of her father Lin Tai (Sun Honglei, Drug War), a tycoon with the checkered legal record of having been hit with multiple charges of fraud over the years.

The film’s first quarter is exactly as advertised on the can: It offers the proceedings as seen very much from above board, as state prosecutor Tong Tao (Aaron Kwok, Cold War) cruises to a seemingly easy conviction until defense counsel Zhou Li (Yu Nan, The Expendables 2 and Tuya’s Marriage) throws the case wide open as she manages to provoke Tong’s star witness, Lin Tai’s longtime subordinate Sun Wei (Zhao Lixin) into admitting he murdered the woman as an act of revenge against what he describes as Lin’s long-running affair with his wife.

The film has barely hit the half-hour mark as this happens, so the seemingly bizarre scenario of such a sudden breakdown in procedure, trust and allegiances is nearly destined to be a smokescreen: As the proceedings are rewound to the beginning and retold from different characters’ points of view — first from Tong’s, then from Zhou’s, and finally from that of the mastermind of the whole cover-up — the courtroom drama on show at first is dismantled, as the strange developments that shaped those initial exchanges gradually get embellished and explained, while the individual characters are seen putting behind-the-scenes machinations into place.

Indeed, the lawyers’ pursuit of the truth offers riveting drama, in which the prosecuting and defense teams are seemingly being manipulated in a game plan unfolding out of their control. The sense of helplessness, however, could have been amplified if only Fei could direct his leads from playing up heroism or cynicism to the level of caricature: While Yu’s distant demeanor could be explained by the illogic that defines her character’s move in sacrificing her client (and then herself) for the greater good, Kwok’s performance as a one-man champion of justice and truth ranks alongside some of the more over-the-top turns he has delivered in his career.

But to blame the actor alone for this is perhaps unfair: Kwok’s performance is nearly inevitable given how the film peels away its intrigue to reveal a web of good intentions wrapped around the deceptions placed before the public and the court. It’s perhaps ironic that one of the more damning critiques in the film is how cynical lawyers are happy to whip up public empathy for their clients to help their case, because sensationalism works best for the masses, who (as Zhou says, with a smirk) are “good-natured people.” Silent Witness also plays with the “good-natured” imagination of the viewer, but elects to provide a denouement defined by incredible acts of self-sacrifice. In this sense, Fei’s film stays true to its title: For all its aesthetic merits — Zhao Xiaoding’s camerawork has, with the help of Su Lifeng and Kwong Chi-leung’s editing, heightened the tension on screen as battles and schemes unfold — the film can only offer a taciturn response to the eye-popping manifestations of ugly human nature unfolding in real-life Chinese courtrooms today.

Venue: Public Screening, Shenzhen (released in China on Sept. 13)

Production Companies: Beijing 21st Century Weike Pictures Investment, TIK Films (Beijing) Pictures, Anhui TV, Beijing New Film Association, Inlook Media, Beijing Maite Media,

Director: Fei Xing
Cast: Aaron Kwok, Sun Honglei, Yu Nan, Deng Jiajia, Zhao Lixin
Producer: Xiao Pingkai
Screenwriter: Fei Xing
Director of Photography: Zhao Xiaoding
Editors: Su Lifeng, Kwong Chi-leung
Music: Yang Chuoxin
Art Director: Chen Shikun
In Mandarin/Putonghua
No ratings, 120 minutes

October 5, 2012

Cold War (Screen Daily review)

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Cold War
October, 2012
By Jason Bechervaise


Opening this year’s Busan Film Festival, Cold War is a refreshing Hong Kong crime thriller that provides enough enjoyment that should help secure a wider-audience, but suffers from an overly convoluted plot.

The film’s appeal is further expanded owing to the film’s local stars: Tony Leung Ka-fai (2005’s Election) and Aaron Kwok (Divergence, 2005), which should help drive sales across the Asian region and possibly further afield, but neither is able to deliver the necessary performances to make them stand out.

The film follows two Deputy Chiefs, Lau and Lee who are both seeking the top position on the Hong Kong police force. After five police officers are taken hostage, it’s left to Lau and Lee to solve the case, but they both have different approaches, which ultimately leads to failure. What ensures is a realization that they have become pawns in a more treacherous game.

After building a strong reputation for their contributions on a number of films, debut directors Longman Leung (credits include Vengeance, 2009) and Sunny Luk (who worked as an assistant director on 2006 film Isabella 2006) are keen to exploit their visual talents, which is evident throughout the duration. The film includes a number of well-executed set-pieces, but lacks a fine polish in places due to some rather poor CGI. Nevertheless, its strong and vibrant aesthetic does make up for some of the film’s flaws.

Produced by internationally renowned Bill Kong (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000), it has real potential to perform well in Asian markets, but its sloppy storytelling may hinder its success in some other territories.

Production Companies: Edko Films Limited, Stars Shine Blue Sea Productions Limited

World Sales: Edko Films Limited,

Producers: Bill Kong, Dai Song, Ryuhei Chiba, Hugh Simon.

Editor: Chi-Leung Kwong

Music: Peter Kam

Main Cast: : Tony Leung Ka-fai, Andy Lau, Aaron Kwok, Eddie Peng, Aarif Rahman, Charlie Young & Ka Tung Lam

April 29, 2012

April 29, 2012 [HKMDB Daily News]

CF: Tsui Hark to Shoot 3-D “Tracks in the Snow Forest”

Based on the novel of the same name, the film will tell the legendary story about a hero named Yang Zirong who outwits a group of gangsters in northeastern China in 1946. Yu said he expected famous actor/director Jiang Wen to play the lead role.

CF: Character Posters of “The Expendables 2″ Released

Jet Li (Sina)

Jet Li  recently celebrated his 49th birthday on the 26th

Jet Li with wife Nina Li and two daughters (Sina)

CF: Shooting begins for “Sha Jie”

“Ni Ni is an elegant actress,” Liu Ye said regarding his opinion on Ni Ni. “Our collaboration is worthy of the anticipation.”

CF: Shooting Begins on Lu Chuan’s First Micro Film (Sina)

Lu told the media the movie was inspirited by the classic American film “The Graduate” starring Dustin Hoffman. It revolves around a young woman who must decide between two men before marrying one of them.

CF: The 19th Beijing College Student Film Festival Wraps up

The Most Popular Actor and Actress awards went to Wen Zhang and Yan Ni. Gu Changwei clinched the award for Best Director for feature film, “Love For Life”. The coveted Best Film award was bagged by low-budget film, “Mr. Tree”.

CF: ”11 Flowers” Postpones Release Date

CF:  Chinese Actress Ju Ju Leads Peter Fudakowski’s “Secret Sharer”

CF: LeTV Pictures Announces 10 Film Projects for 2012

LeTV Pictures’ other big-budget films include director Gordon Chan’s war suspense epic “The Dark Meteors” and director Law Chi-Leung’s “The Ghost Bullets.” 

Directed by Guan Hu, the movie features renowned actors Huang Bo and Simon Yam as leading characters. It will hit the national screens on April 28.

Director Guan Hu, Liang Jing, Huang Bo, Simon Yam, Alec Su (Sina-slideshow)

Huang Yi attended the press conference in Beijing for the wrap of Johnnie To’s “Drug War”

Huang Yi

Sun Honglei, Huang Yi, Johnnie To, Louis Koo (Sina) (Sina-gallery)

Aaron Kwok and Charlie Young play husband and wife in Yim Ho’s biopic “Floating City”


CF: Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi” Releases First Poster

TaipeiTimes: Pop Stop

Show Luo’s foot fetish, Edison Chen at Coachella

CNA: Chapman To stops work to recuperate from rare nerve disease

A1: Shu Qi: My lips are sealed

A1: Karen Mok joins Mandarin Oriental’s celebrity fan campaign

The campaign, “He’s a Fan/She’s a Fan”, is designed to raise the hotel group’s brand awareness by globally connecting ‘the fan’ with international celebrities who regularly stay at its hotels.

January 5, 2012

January 5, 2012 [HKMDB Daily News]

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CRI: Nicholas Tse Working on ‘Disappeared Bullets’

On January 4, media outlets were given access to the set. Five male cast members, including Sean Lau Ching-wan, Nicholas Tse, Liu Kai-chi, Wu Gang and Jing Boran, made an appearance on the set, though female lead Yang Mi was absent.


Meanwhile, it has been revealed that Tse and actress Yang Mi are emotionally involved within the plot of the upcoming film “Disappeared Bullets”. Regarding their on-screen relationship Tse said, “Although I’ve acted in many films, I have never shot such an intimate, emotional drama”.

FBA: Lost For Words speaks English in HK

FBA: Great Wall My Love review

Engaging chemistry between its leads makes this odd-couple road movie a light delight.

CF: Proposing Moment in “Romancing in Thin Air”

Co-directed by Johnny To and Wai Ka-Fai, soon-to-be-released romance “Romancing in Thin Air” unveiled a batch of new still photos featuring Louis Koo and Gao Yuanyuan. The movie is slated for release on February 9.

Giddens Ko’s “Killer Who Never Kills” Mainland poster

International version (Sina)2

Chu Yin-Ping’s romance film “Pefect Two” has had its new still photos featuring Yang Mi and Ella, two of whom are rivals in love. In the film, tomboy Ella has to do everything to win the heart she loves.

Bus advert with Chrissie Chau for “Bauhinia Heroine” (or Bauhinia Woman), a 2013 release (Sina)

“All’s Well Ends Well 2012″ stills with Louis Koo

Aaron Kwok - Hong Kong Coliseum

MSN: Aaron Kwok falls from 3-metre high concert platform

The accident happened on the final night of his world tour

The 46-year-old, who impressed audiences with his numerous acrobatic stunts during the concert, added that it is these unexpected occurrences which keep him hankering after the stage.


Aaron also took a spill when he missed a trampoline when he tried to perform a flip! (Sina)

Aaron Kwok backstage

Aaron’s friends attending concert

Carina Lau

Qi Qi

Lynn Hung

Donnie Yen and wife, Cissy Wang

Real Ting, Mr Miriam Yeung (Sina-slideshow)

CNA: Ncholas Tse on rumours of him reuniting with ex-wife: “It is all false”

Reporters then asked if Andy would stop work to keep his wife company.

“I’ve to finish two movies I have on hand first. I’ll be heading to China to film Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains after the New Year. After which, I’ll film another movie with director Johnnie To in Hong Kong, scheduled to be released in March,” the actor said, suggesting that he would be spending most of his time in Hong Kong after February.

The picture, taken at a beach, was accompanied with the caption: “Every willful and naïve mother will always have a gentle and understanding daughter.”

Dou Jing Tong (right)

Curious netizens had also conducted a search for the identities of the pair.

But before they could find out anything, filmmaker Stephen Shiu revealed the answer.

According to the producer of the world’s first 3D porn film Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy, the woman in the video is model Tess Chu.

Tess has, however, denied this, saying she had chicken pox and was resting at home on the day the video was said to have been filmed.

April 18, 2011

April 18, 2011

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CRI: ’Detective Dee’ Sweeps HK Film Awards

FBA: Gallants and Dee split HK Film Awards

Carina Lau: “It doesn’t compare to Tony”

Carina arrives in Versace

Carina Lau’s mother at the awards

The young grandmaster posted by Carina on her weibo (Xinhua)

[Photos] The 30th Hong Kong Film Awards (CRI)

CF: Movie Stars Shine 30th HKFAA1-slideshow

A1: List of winners from the 30th Hong Kong Film Awards

CF: Ancient Beauty of “The Last Supper” on the Way

Lu said in his interview that “I can only tell you the actress is a new face. And she will appear at Xiangshan with the cast too. I just haven’t figured out how to introduce her yet.”

WSJ: Bullets, Love and Beijing’s Heavy Hand

On the 35th HKIFF, Jia Zhangke and Jiang Wen. [Nice article and I especially like the poem at the end.]

When I was young I did not understand melancholy.
I just wanted to climb, higher and higher.
Nowadays I understand the taste of melancholy.
I want to talk about it, but I give up even before I try.


New stills of Liu Ye and Shu Qi in a drunk scene from A Beautiful Life released

CRI:  [Special] The 1st Beijing Int’l Film Festival

CF: ’Looper’ Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Shanghai

AP: After ‘Inception’ success, Gordon-Levitt tackles new sci-fi film set in China


FBA: Sex and Zen opens strongly in HK, Taiwan

CF: ”Nanjing Heroes” Eyes a Box Office of One Billion

Zhang Yimou’s new epic war film “Nanjing Heroes” will finish its shooting process in June. Producer Zhang Weiping agreed to an interview with Beijing Evening News on Apr 12 to talk about his expectation of this film, saying, “‘Nanjing Heroes’ will at least gain one billion RMB in China.”

CF:Final Poster Released for “The Lost Bladesman”

This film will open in theaters on April 26.

Two concept posters for One Wrong Step (lit. Bottomless Pit), a suspense comedy film, directed by first time director Jiang Tao.


Aaron Kwok kicks off his 2011 Reel World Concert Tour in Shanghai.

Actress Zhang Yuqi admitted Friday, she has gotten engaged to Berlinale-winning director Wang Quan’an.

March 2, 2011

March 2, 2011

FBA: Lau and Ip reunite for Sister Peach

AP: HK star Andy Lau channels China earnings to local films

Lau said he was barely spending any time in Hong Kong these days, instead busy belting out his hits for mainland fans and capitalizing on his stardom among entertainment-hungry Chinese audiences that accounted for a total box office of $1.55 billion last year. Lau has been the front man for most Chinese blockbusters in recent years, most recently a remake of the kung fu classic “Shaolin” and the fantasy-mystery “Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame.”

Ann Hui is one of the local directors who has sort of fallen by the wayside amid the rise of big-budget Chinese productions. She excels in Hong Kong-set family and domestic dramas that win critical acclaim, but struggles to find viewers on the mainland.

Latest poster for the J-10 film, now called Sky Fighters

As Lock Destination, last month

Whatever it’s called, it’s Huang Yi in a flight suit! Take that, Kelly McGillis. (Sina)2

Sky Fighters costar Li Guangjie and Huang Yi attend the Beijing premiere of Johnnie To/Wai Ka-Fai’s Don’t Go Breaking My Heart.


Tony Ching Siu-Tung, Tsui Hark with Johnnie To, Wai Ka-Fai

Tony Ching Siu-Tung, Tsui Hark with Johnnie To, Wai Ka-Fai

Guests Huang Xiaolei, Zhang Guoli (center) (Sina)2

The Warring States starring Sun Honglei, Kim Hee-Sun and Francis Ng opens April 15, the official web site launch is today. (Sina)

Zhang Ziyi, Aaron Kwok

Appearing in Beijing with a “marriage certificate” Life is a Miracle announced a new Chinese title (lit. Favorites) for the Gu Changwei film openinng May 10.


New poster for diaster film Together starring Ni Dahong, Daniel Chan (Chen Xiaodong) and Li Feier

Ni Dahong, Yan Ran, Li Feier

Director Yan Ran has another film Sweet Journey being released at the same time

Zhang Hanyu and Yu Na star


Chen Hong, wife of Chen Kaige, has a guest role in The Lost Bladesman.

She plays the wife of Alex Fong Chung-Sun’s character. (Sina)

Gao Yuanyuan poses for Darizi (Big Wedding Day) magazine (Sina-slide show)

Zhao Wei in Dubai photo shoot for Voyage magazine

(Sina-slide show)

MSN: Lin Chi-ling: We’re more than friends

The Taiwanese model was talking about her relationship with businessman Qiu Shi Kai

Aiiya, check out the underarm stains! (Sina-slide show)

MSN: Dee Hsu tickles fans with bathroom photo

CNA: Isabella Leong’s former lover tycoon Richard Li breaks silence on split

September 2, 2010

September 2, 2010

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The Man Behind the Courtyard House poster - Simon Yam and 10,000 nails! (HunanTV)

THR: Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen

Bottom Line: The Fist is back, and he’s furious in Andrew Lau’s formulaic but fun foray into kung fu.

FBA: Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen (精武風雲) (6/10)

Technically flashy resuscitation of Bruce Lee’s hero from the 1972 Fist of Fury.

Variety: Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen

Reincarnating the titular kung fu warrior as an avatar of anti-Japanese aggression in 1920s Shanghai, Andrew Lau’s frenzied, flashily violent period actioner boasts more nuance in its ultra-stylized color palette than in its delineation of personalities, relationships and international battle lines.

Cissy Wang, Donnie Yen

CRI: ’Chen Zhen’ Gets Venice Premiere(Sina-slide show)

CRI: Actors for the Film “Jian Dang Wei Ye” Unveiled (Founding of a Party)

Tang Wei

Michelle Ye

Tang Wei, Zhou Xun

(Xinhua-gallery)(Sina-slide show)

THR: Tang Wei to play Mao’s girlfriend

FBA: Roger Garcia to head HK Film Festival

A report from Venice says that Raymond Wong will feature Donnie Yen in a Wesley film next year. Lynn Xiong, Norika Fujiwara and Jun Ji-Hyun would costar. (Sina)

Louis Koo - Beijing

Louis Koo will take a break for 9-12 months after he returns to Hong Kong. His injuries included a torn cruciate ligament and meniscal tear. (Sina)2

Andy Lau and Li Bingbing unveiled at Hong Kong Madame Tussauds

In the flesh

(Sina-gallery) CRI: Li, Lau Team up at Wax Museum

Denise Ho, Gao Yuanyuan, Zhang Meng and Edison Chen appeard in Shanghai for the Levi’s brand.

Gao Yuanyuan on the catwalk

Zhang Meng

Denise Ho

Edison Chen

Gao Yuanyuan

Guo Yuanyuan, Zhang Meng, Denise Ho (Sina)

SG: Boyfriend saves Pace Wu from peeping tom

SG: Jackie Chan hides from enraged Hong Kong citizens

SG: Lynn Hung: From supermodel to TV actress?

SG: Lee Hom wanted to elope (with Shu Qi?)

Jet Li married first wife to change his fortunes

August 20, 2010

August 20, 2010

THR: ’Chan’ looks to reshape view of Asian character (Charlie Chan)

Iconic film detective, cop he was based on covered in dual bio

THR: Youku debuts original online film series

“The Boxer’s Secret,” an original Chinese online movie, on Friday kicked off a new Chevrolet- and China Film Group-sponsored series on Youku, one of the leading online video sites in the country with more web surfers than any other, now numbering 420 million.

Called Youku Originals’ “11 Degrees” New Media Film Project, the series has sponsored 10 “young” directors in their creation of 10 short narrative features showcasing Chevrolet’s four-door Cruze sedan, a model the U.S. car maker hopes will appeal to China’s fast-growing car market.

Jung Woo-Sung

CRI: New Posters from John Woo’s “Reign of Assassins”

CRI: Publicity Launches for John Woo’s Latest Film, “Reign of Assassins”

Li Bingbing

CRI: Latest Stills of ‘Detective Dee’

CRI: Dwight Howard Has ‘Amazing’ Acting in Shanghai

Chinese acting stars, including Huang Xiaoming and Huang Yi, take the lead roles in the film about a group of basketball fanatics challenging themselves with the sport.

CRI: The Eyes Have It for New Thriller ‘The Man’

A poster showing the mystic theme of the suspense film “The Man Behind the Courtyard House”.

The film tells of a man who, after spending ten years behind bars, begins a new life before returning to his criminal ways.

Director John Woo’s latest film “Flying Tigers,” set to start shooting this fall, will be released in IMAX format.

First stills of Gu Changwei’s Life is a Miracle featuring Aaron Kwok

Aaron Kwok


First stills from Alan Mak and Felix Chong’s The Lost Bladesman now in post-production.


Posters for Korean version of A Better Tomorrow

Flocks of tourists gathered around 110 red Chinese Kung Fu sculptures of Bruce Lee on display at the World Expo on Aug. 17.

CRI: Actress Shu Qi Featured in Fashion Photos

Nick Cheung shoots his first ever beauty, uh - skin care, advert (Xinhua)

Chingmy Yau - 6 months pregnant

Veronica Yip and Chingmy Yau caught up with old time before Veronica left Hong Kong.

Veronica Yip


Andy Hui and Cecilia Cheung secret romance during shooting of Sex and the Beauties in 2004? (Xinhua)

Maggie Q - Maggie Q’s Racy Nikita Billboards Upset Mall Bosses(Xinhua)

Variety: CW’s ‘Nikita’ ads too sexy?

SG: Gong Li speaks up (on rumours)

SG: Sandra Ng expecting her second child

Richard Ng: Grumpy old man

August 9, 2010

August 9, 2010

THR: 3D redux of ‘Sex and Zen’ starts shooting

CRI: Feng’s ‘Aftershock’ Sets New Record

Feng Xiaogang’s latest film “Aftershock” has taken just two weeks to become the most profitable Chinese-language film ever.

CRI: Daniel Wu Joins in CPC Anniversary Film (The Founding of a Party)

CRI: ”Death and Glory in Changde” Previewed in Beijing

Ray Lui, An Yixuan

Death and Glory in Chengde poster

Yuan Wenkang featured in poster (Sina)23

FBA: Love in Cosmo (搖擺de婚約) (8/10)

Comedienne Yao Chen shows amazing range in this slick, characterful rom-com.

Tang Wei

Late Autumn, the Korean film starring Hyun Bin and Tang Wei shot in Seattle, will screen at the Toronto International Film Festival September 9. (Sina)

Aaron Kwok, Zhang Jingchu

Aaron Kwok

Zhang Jingchu

Aaron Kwok and Zhang Jingchu appeared in Tsuen Wan for the MV release to promote City Under Siege. (Xinhua)

In Beijing, the trailer for the mainland thriller, Watchman (or is it, Watchmen?), was released. Zhang Jingchu was not able to attend.

Simon Yam

Huang Shengyi

Simon Yam, Huang Shengyi

Chen Sicheng, Hao Lei

Stills from Watchman/Watchmen

Simon Yam, Chen Sicheng

Zhang Jingchu, Chen Sicheng


Yoyo Mung and Ekin Cheng

Ekin Cheng, in a turn around, is reported as agreeing to marriage with Yoyo Mung next year. (Xinhua)

Daniel Wu and Lisa S. - Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas

Daniel Wu and Lisa S. held their US wedding banquet over the weekend in Las Vegas. (Sina-slide show)

Jackie Chan, Lin Peng

Jackie Chan, Lin Peng, New Seven Little Fortune and Stanley Tong attended a charity dinner in Shanghai.

(Sina-slide show)

CRI: Zhang Ziyi Serves as AIDS Prevention Ambassador(Xinhua-slide show)

July 19, 2010

July 19, 2010

CRI: Liu Ye Leads “The Underdog Knight 2″

[The first Underdog Knight is recommended as a worthy pick up.]

CRI: Wang Baoqiang’s Newly Shocking Figures

(from Pang Brothers’ Perfect Fairy Tale)

Love in Disguise poster, trailer released (Sina)

CRI: Lee-Hom Wang Presents ‘Love in Disguise’

FBA: Meals Arrangement (派飯) (6/10)

Charming village tale set by the Yangtze is as light as a feather.

Huo Siyan - Dragon and Phoenix Inn


Death and Glory in Chengde poster (Sina)

Aaron shaves his chest

City Under Siege - Aaron Kwok (Sina)

Li Nian

From Midnight Pulse (Midnight Heartbeat)


Funny man Chen Peisi has a twin brother in the new light comedy ‘Chili King’


Chrissie Chau, now in 3D

Chrissie Chau promotes new photo album


And in this corner…

Angelababy presents Paradise - photo by Wing Shya


CRI: Vivian Hsu Poses for Fashion Magazine Vogue

CRI: Sammi Cheng’s Love Mi Concert Live in Shanghai

Fan distributes adult DVDs with Gillian Chung on cover

The man is reportedly a fan who once idolised Chung but became disillusioned when photos of the singer in compromising positions with Hong Kong star Edison Chen surfaced in 2008 and decided to commit such acts to harm the actress. HKStandard: Angry Gillian fan in porn disc flap

Huang Xiaoming coy on Angelababy

Jennifer Tse on Nicholas and Lucas

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