HKMDB Daily News

January 19, 2012

January 19, 2012 [HKMDB Daily News]

Austin TX: A Watery Grave Narrowly Avoided

35mm prints of lost HK actioners unspool in the Alamo’s Asian Invasion series

TimeOutHK: Father Franco Mella

Portrayed in film by Anthony Wong in “Ordinary Heroes” (1999).

TimeOutHK: Dante Lam interview

Director Dante Lam is on the highway to becoming Hong Kong’s next action auteur. Expect more gunfire in his hard-hitting latest, The Viral Factor

Jay Chou: I had to grit my teeth and do it

Jay Chou was willing to risk life and limb while filming his latest movie, The Viral Factor, all because of “face”.

THR: Taiwan Stands Tall as ‘Warriors of the Rainbow’ Earns Foreign-Language Oscar Shortlist Spot

Wei, one of Taiwan’s most commercially and critically successful directors, received the news in the middle of the Asian night. He was unsure why Warriors had made the shortlist while the rest of East Asia is staying home. Asian films played no part in any major category last year.

FBA: Seediq Bale shortlisted for Oscars

CF: Ann HUI On-wah to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at AFA

CF: Behind the Scenes of “Repeat, I Love You” Released

The film stars Cecilia Cheung, Sang-woo Kwon, Angela Chang and Jing Boran

CF: Mainland Box Office Performance in Second Week 2012

“The Great Magician” debuted with $11.55 million over four days and managed to wrestle the first place from the highest-grossing hit of the year 2011″The Flowers of War”. “Magician”is the latest film directed by Derek Yee, who is good at balancing commercial success with artistic integrity very successfully.

CF: Film Buzz: 2012

Smaller films made big splash

Over the past year, three small-budget movies, Eternal Moment, The Piano in a Factory and Love is Not Blind, flexed their competitive muscle by attracting audiences and critical praise.

According to Chen Shan, professor at the Beijing Film Academy, the allure of small-budget films in the era of big-budget blockbusters is their ingenuity.

“Because their original cost is much lower, they can be more flexible with their themes. They dare to try something different from the mainstream, while blockbusters have to be more cautious,” he said to the Global Times.

Singapore director Jack Neo is evidently sticking to his winning formula - fresh-faced teen actors, heart-breaking family drama and a healthy dose of social commentary in his latest directorial offering, We Not Naughty.

A1: We Not Naughty review

Famous comedian Zhao Benshan will not perform on this year’s “CCTV Spring Festival Gala” because of health problems.

Johnnie To’s “Romancing in Thin Air” launches, with a bang, on Feb. 9

(Sina)2

Guest stars in “The Great Magician” include Tsui Hark, Benz Kong, Jamie Luk, Vincent Kok, writer Lau Ho-Lueng and dubbing director Chiang Siu-Leung.

Tsui Hark

Eight military governors (Sina)

Stills from “All’s Well Ends Well 2012″

Louis Koo, Kelly Chen

Sandra Ng, Donnie Yen

Chapman To, Lynn Hung

Lynn Hung, Chapman To (Sina)

Donnie Yen, Vincent Zhao, Jing Tian, Zhang Hanyu, Yang Kun attended the Beijing launch of a new Clarence Fok film (Chinese title, Special Status). Donnie Yen will action direct as well as produce. Peter Pau is the cinematographer for the film.

Vincent Zhao, Donnie Yen (Sina)

Photos from Dubai where “Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains” is filming. The film stars Andy Lau, Chen Kun and Zhang Jingchu.

Lin Chi-ling tries on a prop

Filming on a closed road

The crew prepares for a scene

Director Sun Jianjun (r)

Two British bandits (Sina-gallery)

“Harpoon” poster featuring Hu Bing (Sina)

TaipeiTimes: Pop Stop

Jay, Hannah, Nic, Viral Factor, Wang Lee-Hom, Kanye West

CNA: Dragon Year spells nightmare for Hong Kong mums

“We didn’t plan for a Dragon baby,” says 38-year-old Michele Lee, who is expecting her second child, a girl, in April.

“It was exciting when we first found out the news but very soon that excitement turned into worry about whether we’ll get a place in hospital.”


December 31, 2011

December 31, 2011 [HKMDB Daily News]

FBA: White Vengeance review

Impressive costume drama about two warring leaders loses the plot halfway.

THR: Flying Swords of Dragon Gate review

The Bottom Line

An effects-infatuated swordplay extravaganza with no down time.

CRI: ’Flying Swords of Dragon Gate’ audio review

Director Tsui Hark has succeeded in creating a lasting impression on viewers with many of his wuxia films, including “New Dragon Gate Inn”. But will his new film “Flying Swords of Dragon Gate” be as successful as its prequel?

Flying Swords of Dragon Gate: A new wu xia classic (CNA)

In sharp contrast to Peter Chan’s cerebral martial arts film “Wu Xia”, Tsui’s “Flying Swords of Dragon Gate” is a much more traditional wu xia film that is more boisterous and less melodramatic.

CRI: Tibetan Antelope Poacher Arrested 17 Years after Murder of Official(Variety)

Victim was subject of Lu Chuan’s “Kekexili: Mountain Patrol”

Orange Sky-Golden Harvest announced a series of classic film remakes for 2012. The first film will be the Cecilia Cheung-Richie Jen “Fly Me to Polaris”. No casting has been made yet. Also on the list of planned remakes: Stephen Chow’s “Fight Back to School”, “Tokyo Raiders” and “Marry a Rich Man”. (Sina)

CF: Shu Qi to Challenge Morality in “The Second Woman”

Shu Qi, best actress of the Golden Horse Awards, plays twin sisters who fall in love with a stage actor portrayed by Shawn Yue. The two sisters struggle with the discovery that they’ve slept with the same man.

Shu Qi

THR: Christian Bale’s ‘Flowers of War’ Already Top-Grossing Chinese Film of 2011

“Laughing Gor: Turning Point 2″ sees Laughing Gor go undercover as a prison inmate, to investigate the death of a police officer. 

And last week (51)

“The Flowers of War” bested “Flying Swords of Dragon Gate” at the mainland box office over first four-day run, by both admissions and box office income. Zhang Yimou’s “The Flowers of War” opened to the No.1 place of mainland box office with $24.07 million over four days, while Tsui Hark’s “Flying Swords of Dragon Gate”, which opened 4-hour earlier on the same day last Thursday, seconded the ranking with $22.42 million by Sunday night.

APA: Best of 2011: Chinese Films

Let the Bullets Fly, The Flowers of War, Love is Not Blind, and Piano in a Factory are amongst the best Chinese films of 2011.

“Love in the Buff” officially wrapped up shooting in Hong Kong on Christmas.

The movie is co-produced by Thailand and Hong Kong, China. Yue performs as a villain in the movie who going after a journalist and trying to kill her in order to keep his crime a secret.

Newly released stills from Johnnie To’s “Romancing in Thin Air” featuring Louis Koo and Sammi Cheng.

Louis Koo, Sammi Cheng

Doomsday romantic comedy, “Love Shock” (lit. 2012 Is Coming), opens today. The film’s stars are from the Mainland, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan and Japan: Tanaka Chie, Wong You-Nam, Cheung Tat-Ming, Huang Xiaolei, Jung Hsiang, Li Jing, and Lee Seong-hyun.

(Sina)

“The Great Magician” opens January 12. (Sina)

Vivian Hsu promotes “Puss in Boots” for which she dubbed her voice.

Zhang Jingchu poses for a photo spread featured in the December issue of the lifestyle magazine “Femina”.

Director Sun Zhou’s latest romance “I Do” released a batch of new still photos featuring four leading actresses of the movie recently. Up and coming actress Li Bingbing performs as the leading character in the movie — a left-over business woman who insists to find her true love disregarding her growing age and the pressure from her parents

Li Bingbing and Sun Honglei, lead actors of the soon-to-be-released urban fashion romance “I Do”, posed for a photo shoot for a renowned fashion magazine in promoting their new movie.

Is Viann Zhang Xinyu an absentminded person, or a crafty starlet staking out her territory so as to boost her career in the entertainment business? 

Jackie Chan has 3 new TV commericals for V8 juice. Caught one the other day but can’t remember which one. Here they are on YouTube.com

MSN: Miriam Yeung may be having a baby boy

While Miriam is elated with her pregnancy, she is also fraught with worries.

In an earlier test, the singer was told that her baby faces a high risk of Down Syndrome. The singer has been advised to take a further test. However the test comes with an average risk of 1% of having a miscarriage.

Bolin and Lun-mei met on the set of Blue Gate Crossing 10 years ago. In the movie, they played a pair of lovers, who did not end up together in the end.

[Sweet! Finally, just watched Blue Gate Crossing last week!]

The Taiwanese singer jokingly grumbled that filming movie ‘The Viral Factor’ was like toying with his life.

It was rumoured that despite having her own manager, Hannah needs to get the green light from Jay before accepting a job. She is also not allowed to wear revealing clothes, or be intimate with other male celebrities on set.

China says man dies of bird flu

The 39-year-old bus driver living in Shenzhen, just across the border from Hong Kong, developed symptoms on December 21 and was admitted to a hospital on December 25 because of severe pneumonia, the official Xinhua news agency said.

He died in the early afternoon of multiple organ failure, having tested positive for the H5N1 virus, the report added.

China says its most wanted man admits crimes (Canada Lai)

Beijing had sought the deportation of Lai Changxing for years, accusing him of running a multi-billion dollar smuggling ring in the southeastern city of Xiamen in the 1990s in one of China’s biggest political scandals in decades.

2009: China’s most-wanted man hopes to sell real estate here

August 23, 2011

August 23, 2011

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[Shaken, but not stirred.]

FBA: Mr. Tree review

Interesting, if familiar, village black comedy, with Wang Baoqiang good as an idiot-savant.

ScreenDaily: Chinese remake planned for Korean hit My Wife Is A Gangster

THR: ’33 Postcards’ Set for 8,000 Screens in China

CF: Chen Kaige’s New Film Cast Confirmed

CF: Kiss Kiss in ‘Love in Space’

Romance film ‘Love In Space,’ the sequel to 2010 smash ‘Hot Summer Days,’ unveiled its trailer in Beijing Sunday at a press conference featuring director Wing Shya and several cast members.

CF: Trailer of “Starry Starry Night” Released

Film stars Rene Liu, Harlem Yu and Xiao Ju

Speaking at a press conference last night, Jia Zhangke is getting ready to shoot his first commercial film, In the Qing Dynasty, at the end of the year. He also revealed that his next film will recreate 1949 Hong Kong, including Kai Tak Airport. The script has been in development for a few years and investment funds are ready. Jia hopes to engage Maggie Cheung, whom he’s been in talks with, for the lead. (Sina)

First look at Louis Koo in Wilson Yip’s Lunar New Year film, produced by Raymond Wong (literally, Happy Magic). Louis plays a melancholic magician who drinks alcohol to help him forget a lot of sorrow.

(Sina)

Publicity stills from Wong Jing’s Marry a Perfect Man show Gigi Leung and Ronald Cheng riding a bus

Richie Jen, Gigi Leung and Gigi’s violin tutor, famed musician Yao Jue

Barbara Wong’s Tears in a Fallen City has finished filming and is now in post-production. (Sina)

Sammi Cheng celebrated her 39th birthday on Aug. 19

And again, with fans two nights later

MSN: Nicholas Tse and Cecilia Cheung end 5-year marriage

CF: Nicolas Tse and Cecilia Cheung Announce Break-up(A1)

MSN: Sammi Cheng and Andy Hui to move in together

MSN: Edison Chen’s intimate photo with Carina Lau revealed(Yahoo)

Netizens mocked the Hong Kong singer, saying “There he goes again”

February 1, 2011

February 1, 2011

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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.

FBA: Shaolin (7/10)

Potentially epic tale ends up as okay popcorn entertainment.

(Sina)

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.

(Sina-gallery)

New Year greetings from My Own Swordsman

Yao Chen

Yan Ni

Writer Ning Caishen, director Shang Jing (Sina)

“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.

September 13, 2010

September 13, 2010

Screen Daily: The Ditch

THR: The Ditch

Bottom Line: A documentary-like memorial to China’s forced-labor camps, respectful but harrowing to watch.

GlobalTimes: The truth behind John Woo and Tsui Hark’s healing Venice embrace

Zhou Dongyu (Xinhua)

CRI: Zhang Yimou Premieres “Under the Hawthorn Tree”

SG: Raymond Lam to collaborate with Jet Li

Filming for Madame White Snake commenced last Friday. Other cast members include Chinese actress Huang Shengyi and pop idol Charlene Choi.

CRI: MV of Film “Detective Dee’s” Theme Song Released

Detective Dee poster

Detective Dee awaiting Venice judgement for Golden Lion (Xinhua)

American director wins top prize at Venice Film Festival

Sofia Coppola’s ” Somewhere,” her exploration of the relationship between a father and his young daughter under the flashbulbs of movie celebrity, won the top prize at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday.

Zhang Yuan presented his 3D animated short Space Guy at Venice. The film was originally shot for the Shanghai World Expo. (Sina)

Louis Koo will not be able to make any action films for 6 months following his surgery. Altogether, he will need a year to fully rehabilitate. (Sina)

SG: Louis Koo spares no expense buying properties

Despite having injured his right knee-cap during filming for his upcoming film A Chinese Ghost Story, Louis insists on continuing with work, opting to only drop action scenes.

“(My injury) requires a surgery. The doctors said that I’d need six months to a year to recuperate. Hence, my filming projects need to be re-scheduled. I can’t shoot action scenes during that period,” he explained.

The film star also revealed that he already has two projects lined up; a comedy film and a sequel to movie Overheard.

Filming for his new film Young Warriors of the Yang Clan will commence in March next year.

Photos from media visit to set of TV series “Swordsman’s Passion”

Wu Yaqiao (’Little Vivian Hsu’), Nicholas Tse, Charlene Choi

Nicholas Tse, Charlene Choi

Yumiko Cheng, Kevin Kwan, Charlene Choi

Nicholas Tse (Sina)

Huo Siyan in Legend of the Fist

(Sina)

Fans leave flowers at the door of Leslie Cheung’s former Kadoorie Hill home to commemorate what would have been his 54th birthday (Sept.12) (Sina) (Xinhua-slide show)

Fan gathering in Tsimshatsui hotel (Sina-slide show)

Karen Mok performed in Beijing at the China Green Community Concert (Sept.10) (Sina)\

Anthony Wong at a Puma Music event

Greeting the press

Anthony Wong will be flying to Bejing to promote Legend of the Fist. According to other reports, Anthony turned down requests to be photographed with some (pseud)o-models also attending the event. (Standards, you know.) (Sina-slide show)

Anthony Wong in Beijing

Enlight Pictures President Zhao, Anthony Wong, Andrew Lau, Huang Bo (Sina-gallery)

Wedding photos

Karena Lam

Advertising director Yuen Kim-wai (Steve Yuen) has confirmed that Karena Lam is pregnant but she is not a third-party. He revealed that, in fact, he and Karena were married in Vancouver, Canada back in June. Yuen, thought to be married, is divorced from his wife. (Sina)2, (Xinhua)2

HK actress Karena Lam married & pregnant

Carina Lau in Florence getting measured for a custom shoe last.

In 2004, husband Tony Leung had his own custom Ferragamo shoe last made. Lin Chi-Ling and Zhang Ziyi have had custom shoe lasts made by Ferragamo in the past. Carina’s autographed last will be displayed in the Ferragamo Museum for display. She was received by third-generation family member James Ferragamo and presented with a NT$800,00 (US$25,000) Sofia alligator purse as a welcoming gift. (!) (Xinhua)

Rosemary - arrest photo (21cn.com)

Rosemary family photo. Her father is French-Russian and mother is Chinese. (File photo) (Sina)

Rosemary and mother, Julie.

In years past, the two have had an icy relationship due to Julie’s strict discipline. (Sina)

HK model arrested in US for drug possession

Dorian Ho

With mentor William Tang

Rosemary is now back in Hong Kong. She is scheduled to appear Thursday on the runway for designer Dorian Ho at a charity fashion event. For now, designers Dorian Ho and William Tang are standing by her. Rosemary cancelled a planned press conference on advice from her attorney. Besides simple possession, more serious charges of dealing are possible. (Sina)2

Vivian Hsu - Taipei (Sept.10)

Ethan Ruan and others attended, but really…

(Sina-slide show)

Huang Yi prepares to deliver a little high heat

Huang Yi was a celebrity guest helping kick off a fall baseball league in Beijing. Currently working on the basketball film ‘Amazing’ she has been practicing horse riding and martial arts skills for her next film, with she inadvertently revealed, Anthony Wong, ‘Qiu Jin’. (Xinhua-slide show)(Sina)

Maggie Cheung in black bikini and Burberry.

Maggie took the plunge to help celebrate the 160th anniversary of Lane Crawford and demonstrate both the versatility of the Burberry raincoat and abstract art form. (Xinhua)

SG: Julian Cheung and Anita Yuen move in preparation for Baby No.2

Ayi Jihu: Her raunchy videos attract unwelcome attention from Chinese govt

Sexy Chinese R&B singer dubbed “Chinese Madonna”

Alleged Ponzi schemer joins T.O. mayor race (Thanks, to Brian)

Background:  [3.29,2009][4.7.2009]

December 3, 2009

December 3, 2009

All’s Well Ends Well 2010 Hong Kong Banquet

Raymond Wong

Sandra Ng

Ronald Cheng

Louis Koo

AngelaBaby

Lynn Xiong

Lee Heung Kam, Louis Koo

AngelaBaby, Lynn Xiong

Lynn Xiong, Louis Koo

Ronald Cheng, AngelaBaby

(Sina)

Time: China vs. Disney: The Battle for Mulan

China is moving to take back one of its own — even if it is legend. Mulan is the Middle Kingdom’s gender-bending heroine, its Joan of Arc. The character from folktale is a daughter who disguises herself as a male soldier to take her father’s place in the conscription army. The problem for the Chinese is that, since 1998, the definitive version of the story has been Disney’s.

Wang Baoqiang has a cameo role in Jackie Chan’s Big Soldier (Sina)

CRI: Li Bingbing: Acting Is Everything

Screen Daily: At The End of Daybreak

In case you were wondering about the film Kara Hui won the Golden Horse for Best Supporting Actress

B+ Detective cast and crew

Oxide Pang and Gong Beibi

Gong Beibi and Aaron Kwok

B+ Detective is now in post-production and Oxide Pang promises an unexpected ending (Sina)

Karen Mok (Sina)

Karen Mok, Jackie Chan

(Sina)

Gillian Chung

Jane Zhang

Stephen Fung dressed to the nines, or as the article relates, looking homeless

(Xinhua)

CRI: MTV Names the Most Stylish Chinese Entertainers of the Year

Vicki Zhao sparks pregnancy rumours

4-months pregnant Cecilia Cheung spotted shopping with her son and in-laws

Deborah Kerr?

Jay Chou is the 2009 top-earner [Taiwan] with S$27 million (2)

China’s Zhang Ziyi most “Googled” person in Taiwan

October 28, 2009

October 28, 2009

Charlene Choi and Louis Koo filming Derek Yee’s Double Tap King in Central

(Sina)

Jay Chou in Yuen Wo-Ping’s True Legend (Beggar So)

Zhou Xun

(Sina)

Johnnie To

Johnnie To visited Wang Xiaoshuai in Chongqing where Wang is filming Mosaic/Sunshine in Chongqing (Sina)

September 6, 2009

Venice and Vancouver

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Michelle Ye Xuan

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Han Yuqin
Louis Koo
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Soi Cheang Pou-Soi
Richie Ren’s wife, Tina
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Richie Ren, wife Tina, Soi Cheang, guest, Louis Koo, Michelle Ye, Han Yuqin
Venice: Accident Red Carpet (Zimbio)

Louis Koo

Richie Ren

Michelle Ye Xuan

Han Yuqin
(Sina.com)

Accident defies Hong Kong thriller genre

Variety: Tetsuo the Bullet Man (Japan)

Vancouver Fest Announces Dragons & Tigers (more summaries)
THE COW (Guan Hu) North American Premiere
The sole survivor of a Japanese attack in WWII, shock-haired Chinese farmer Nie Er becomes an unlikely resistance hero, along with his companion, an indomitably loyal milk cow. Guan Hu’s picaresque black comedy packs a delightfully absurd punch, with stunning images illustrating a touching magic-realist fable.

OXHIDE II (Liu Jiayin) North American Premiere
One of Chinese cinema’s boldest experiments in narrative fiction is also the funniest Chinese film of the year. Liu Jiayin’s story of making dumplings with her parents structures this formally daring, wryly amusing look at family dynamics, economic burdens and the ethics and aesthetics of cooking from scratch.


NIGHT AND FOG (Ann Hui) North American Premiere
Based on a true incident, Ann Hui’s harrowing drama captures domestic violence in all its dramatic complexity. When a pregnant mainland woman marries a violently jealous unemployed Hong Konger, economic and cultural differences prove explosive.


AT THE END OF DAYBREAK (Ho Yuhang)
An elegant, tough, unconventional film noir from Malaysia. Probing beneath unquiet surfaces, Ho Yuhang’s luminous images and stunning montages catch quiet passions erupting into unpredictable, shocking action: between two young lovers, between husband and wife and between mother and son.


YANG YANG (Cheng Yu-chieh) North American Premiere
This vibrantly alive coming-of-age story of a young Eurasian woman in Taipei follows glamorous Yang Yang from high-school athlete to aspiring actress. Director Cheng Yu-chieh’s intimate camera captures the precise articulation, via sex, scandal and heartbreak, between adolescence and adulthood.

September 5, 2009

Accident cast in Venice

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Accident Photocall

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Michelle Ye Xuan
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Near accident!
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Han Yuqin, Michelle Ye
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Soi Cheang Pou-Soi
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Han Yuqin
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Richie Ren

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Chinese media give the film lukewarm reviews (6-7.5/10) after viewing press screening.

August 1, 2009

August 1, 2009

Variety: Crazy Racer review
[Why can't I see this on DVD with subtitles!]

Variety: Look For A Star review

News from KOFIC
Haeundae Box Office Rampage about to Hit China

Even though tidal wave warning systems had predicted the oncoming Haeundae tsunami, the Korean box office was not prepared for its mass devastation. The film attracted 1,546,976 viewers in its opening weekend grossing over 11 billion won (U.S $.9,000,000) Climbing to number one in the box office it even managed to push aside Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince which has been weaving its own box office magic around the world.

Tsunamis usually subside but Haeundae has continued its onslaught going from success to success. Initially, when it was released back in April it sold to a number of territories at the HK Film Mart. Word of its success obviously reached back to Korea and anticipation of its release here was high. More recently, it has been announced the China Film Group (C.F.G), will, on a revenue-sharing basis import the film into China. This is rare for a Korean film but given the film’s star power, ongoing success and mix of big-budget, block-buster yet non political ideals, does seem an ideal China release. The film was released in Korea July 23.


Lau Ching-Wan, Louis Koo, Jo Koo begin filming Poker King in Macau - photos

Hip-hop Singer to Star in Movie Remake of Bestselling Novel
Taiwan singer Stanley Huang will star in film “Du Lala’s Promotion”, which is to be directed by Xu Jinglei

Chrissie
The object of a 13 year-old’s affection (see story below)

Ani-com Hong Kong

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