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August 16, 2011

August 16, 2011

Filed under: News — Tags: , , , , , — dleedlee @ 4:07 pm

FBA: I Love Hong Kong review

Enjoyable Chinese New Year comedy, packed with well-known faces and plenty of retro nostalgia.

CF: ”1911″ Chosen as Opening Film of Tokyo International Film Festival

CF: Film ‘The Sorcerer and the White Snake’ Launches Official Website

THR: Qiu Xiaolong’s ‘Chief Inspector Chen’ Books to be Adapted into Seven Feature Films

Films will be made as Australian-Chinese co-productions

Titles include Red Mandarin Dress, Death of a Red Heroine and When Red is Black.

Daniel Wu

… When I was watching that scene, I thought: ‘Holy fuck! Daniel Wu has even managed to get girls giggling in a Chinese communist propaganda movie!’

My second sister [Greta Wu] got her MBA but ended up becoming a novelist. And then my older sister [Gloria Wu] got her marketing degree and ended up being a TV host.

Interview: Overheard 2 (TimeOutHK)

Alan Mak and Felix Chong

MSN: Aarif Lee grows up through Bruce Lee

MSN: Nicholas Tse wants producers to cut away son’s scenes

“Nicholas is unhappy with what Cecilia did and does not want his son to enter showbiz at such an early age. He did not like how Cecilia was using Lucas to make money. Nicholas was already upset when she brought Lucas along during the promotions of Stephen Chow’s CJ7: The Cartoon,” he wrote.

MSN: Deborah Li meets grandchildren after three months

Zhao Wei, Zhou Xun

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MSN: Zhou Xun and Vicki Zhao fight over a chair

In other related news, Zhou Xun was rumoured to star in Taiwanese director Doze Niu’s upcoming movie Love. However, she rejected the role after learning that Vicki would be in the movie too. Her role was subsequently awarded to Shu Qi.

March 29, 2009

Filed under: News — Tags: , , , — dleedlee @ 10:59 am

Wisconsin Film Festival: ‘Daytime Drinking’ finds laughs in the cringe-worthy
“Daytime Drinking,” which is tentatively scheduled to enter U.S. cinemas April 10. The humorous indie flick revolves around an unfortunate man who is dumped by his girlfriend, stood up by his friends and victimized by the Korean drinking culture.

John Woo backs out of 1949?
Terence Chang has confirmed that John Woo has given up plans to film 1949 (太平轮) because of copyright issues over the script by Wang Hui–ling (Lust, Caution).

Jet Li
Jet Li, Zhang Yimou Named “Chinese of World Influence”
The 85-year-old martial art novelist, Jin Yong, was given the lifetime achievement award

Alan Mak and new bride
Felix Chong, Andrew Lau, Shawn Yu join new bride and groom
Alan Mak gets married
Photo gallery

Misfortune never comes alone
On the heels of the ‘bullet letter’ and his father’s declaration of bankruptcy, Hong Kong and Taiwan news reports that Gillian Chung and Cecilia Cheung met and have formed an alliance to vote Edison Chen off the island. According to the reports, upset over Edison’s failure to personally apologize to them, Gillian and Cecilia are using their entertainment connections to scotch Edison’s return to show biz. Infernal Affairs’ Alan Mak recently was cited as saying, looking from the market view, he would not consider using Edison Chen in the near future.


A-Mei
A-Mei Taipei concert photo gallery

Jang Ja Yun Had Received ‘Death Threats’ From Kim
Jang Ja Yun’s Former Manager May Be Arrested

Toronto: Investor ‘king’ admits sin, but denies stealing (Thanks, Brian!)
News of the OSC’s freeze order against Tang flooded Chinese-language news websites, blogs and chat rooms in North America, China and even Europe. Bloggers and columnists debated whether Tang was more like Nebraska-born investor guru Warren Buffett, who has an estimated net worth of $62 billion (U.S.), or Bernard Madoff, the disgraced New York businessman, recently convicted of running a $65 billion Ponzi scheme.

Ghostnet: Vast Spy System Loots Computers in 103 Countries
In a report to be issued this weekend, the researchers said that the system was being controlled from computers based almost exclusively in China, but that they could not say conclusively that the Chinese government was involved.

ChinaSmack: What Do Chinese Soldiers Eat On The Battlefield?

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