HKMDB Daily News

May 22, 2009

May 22, 2009

Tony Leung Ka-FaiFan Bingbing
Donnie YenHu Jun
Preview of Bodyguards and Assassins released- photo gallery

Meet the ‘Bodyguards and Assassins’ (trailer)

Zhang Ziyi
Zhang Ziyi regrets not heeding Ang Lee’s advice to learn English


Asia’s dark pics make a splash at Cannes

Tang Wei Wei (right)
Chengdu, I Love You scheduled for October release

Iron Man
Iron Man opens this month

bc magazine: Simon Yam - Breaking the Boundaries

Screen Daily: Karaoke (Malaysia)

Taipei Times: True Women For Sale

bc magazine: Night and Fog

HK Magazine: Night and Fog

bc magazine: Ashes of Time Redux

bc magazine: A Frozen Flower (South Korea)

HK Magazine: A Frozen Flower

Wedding bells for Miriam Yeung?

Surviving a blacklist brought Tsai Chin new found freedom

Taipei Times: Pop Stop
Faye Wong to return in Feng Xiaogang’s Tangshan Earthquake?

Shu QiZhang Ziyi

Shu Qi, Zhang Ziyi, Bill Clinton attend Cannes Amfar benefit

Vivian Chow
Vivian Chow at a product promotion event

Maggie Cheung, Ole Scheeren
Maggie Cheung and Ole Scheeren remain in Hong Kong

Maggie Cheung Okay with ‘Basterds’ Cut
Simon Yam and wife
Simon Yam and wife

More Faye Wong advertisment photos released

Faye Wong’s shampoo advertisement exposed

Bobby Yip
Bobby Yip puts up Shenzhen clothing shop up for sale.

Bat Leung Gam has discounted the sales price after struggling through the financial tsunami. Plans to remain as the brand spokesman. Shortly, he has plans to go to Beijing to work on his new CCTV comedy program.

Li Yuchun gets measured for Madame Tussauds

Takeshi Kaneshiro

Takeshi Kaneshiro beer advert

Lynn Xiong
Lynn Xiong glamour shots

Charlene Choi,, Eric Tsang, Chin Kar-Lok arrive at studio for dubbing session

Ruby Lin in New Ad

May 4, 2009

May 4, 2009

Kungfu Panda” and “Calabash Brothers” are the big winners at the China Int’l Cartoon and Animation Festival

HK Magazine: I Corrupt All Cops
bc Magazine: I Corrupt All Cops
bc Magazine: A Heinous History
Wong Jing shines a light on Hong Kong’s murky past, when tea money and corruption were the order of the day

bc Magazine: City of Life and Death
bc Magazine: The Horsemen
HK Magazine: The Horsemen
bc Magazine: Handsome Suits (Japan)
HK Magazine: Permanent Residence

bc Magazine: speechless about the dark (Night and Fog)
Wong Jing and Ann Hui interview

HK Magazine: Jia Zhangke

Screen Daily: Peter Chan’s Mainland Mission

Paw Hee Ching – the “eldest” best actress

Barendrecht remembered in Hong Kong
Ace cinematographer Chris Doyle lightened proceedings by inviting the 200-odd guests to sign his coat.

Screen Daily: Cultural Revolution - Bona International Film Group

Nic Tse
Nicholas Tse Went all out for New Role

Alfred Cheung
Alfred Cheung directing new film in the desert 七天爱上你(’Seven Days To Fall in Love with You’)

Features Mike He and Li Xiaolu
Mike He, Li Xiaolu

Cecilia Cheung spotted at The Aberdeen Marina Club with Derek Yee
(Thanks to Fan for the correction!)
Reportedly negotiating to return to film in his remake of Death Duel
More photos, courtesy of Fan

Jacky CheungAndy Lau
Jacky Cheung and Andy Lau appear at screening of animated Cantonese Opera performed by
Hung Sin-Nui

Law Kar-Ying and Hung Sin-Nui at a recent Cantonese opera symposium

Hung Sin-NuiHung Sin-Nui

Gillian Chung
Gillian Chung returned to the stage in a concert in Chongqing

Hello, Miriam Yeung
Miriam Yeung’s dream is for “H1N1″ to stay away from Hong Kong

Charlene Choi returning to Hong Kong from Bird's Nest concert
Denise Ho disclosed that she had symptoms of the swine influenza and caused a massive panic

Jackie Chan
Jackie Chan at post-Bird’s Nest concert banquet

Jackie thanked the guest artists and joked he won’t say too much to avoid making any more controversy, causing much laughter in the audience.

ESWN: News Coverage In A Time of Swine Flu
Hotel cell

April 23, 2009

April 23, 2009

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Spencer Lam
Spencer Lam passed away at age 74

Former soccer player and soccer commentator for 30 years

ESWN: HKFA TVB broadcast - What Was Kept On And What Was Left Off?
In addition, CCTV’s rebroadcast of the awards ‘disappeared’ Tang Wei who presented the Best Newcomer award to Xu Jiao. Her ban by the mainland has still not been lifted yet.

Tang Wei, Xu Jiao

CCTV cut Best Newcomer award due to ‘time constraints’

Nanjing Massacre through the Eyes of Japanese soldier
ChinaSmack: Chinese Netizens Comment On “Nanjing! Nanjing!” Movie

SCMP Video: Ann Hui on Night and Fog

Screen Daily: Distant Horizon picks up South Korea’s The Butcher for North America
With intense and unrelenting visuals, the low-budget film sets up a married couple afflicted by a loan shark and faced with a team of snuff film producers who torture them in a stomach-churningly unpleasant way.

Cannes unveils lineup
Park Chan-wook’s “Thirst” leads a strong Asian presence in Competition. He has joined by more Asian titles: Johnnie To’s “Vengeance,” Brillante Mendoza’s “Kinatay” and “Face,” a French-set extravaganza from the Taiwan-based maverick [,Hou Hsiao-Hsien]. China’s Lou Ye (”Summer Palace”) is back at Cannes with a reportedly torrid young love triangle tale, “Spring Fever.”

John Woo and wife
John Woo and Joe Cheung supported Jackie Chan at Student Film and Television Festival. Gordon Chan thought otherwise.
Jackie Chan chooses to ignore backlash

Patrick Tse: Nicholas Tse merely putting on airs
Concerned about his son’s personal development, Nicholas Tse refused to let his son take on any endorsement jobs. Tse’s father, Tse Yin, on the other hand, said his son is putting on airs.

It was previously reported that little Lucas, Tse’s son, is afraid of his father. In a media interview, grandfather Tse Yin said, “Nicholas is putting on the airs of a father! His wife is very lenient and somewhat silly. She will be happy even with her husband’s back view. I think she’s cute and I really dote on this daughter-in-law of mine.”

The ugly side of Andy Lau?

Diamonds are a girl's best friend
Zhang Ziyi
Zhang Ziyi

China wows with underwater theater

Name Not on Our List? Change It, China Says

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