An absorbing coming-of-age drama set during the waning stage of China’s Cultural Revolution, “11 Flowers” takes its place among Wang Xiaoshuai’s finest films.
A slicker, but also more conventional, follow-up to the 2009 bugging thriller.
Chinese adaptation set to shoot next month
Too Much Heaven, Part Two: City of Life and Death and Detective Dee reviews (beyondasiaphilia)
Horror film ‘Lost In Panic Cruise’, a sequel to last year’s ‘Lost In Panic Room’, announced its premiere date to be October 27.
Battle of Wits with Father-in-law” is expected to be screened on Valentines Day 2012.
Liu Ye posted on his Weibo that Lu Chuan’s The Last Supper was delayed, and cannot be released in December. Scenes in Inner Mongolia and Yunnan have yet to be shot. This, on the recent, since deleted, post by Stellar Media boss Qin Wang about pulling investment on the film. (Sina), 2
Update on on yesterday’s press conference in Hangzhou for The Woman Knight of Mirror Lake. Today’s news reports that the film was premiered and Qiu Jin’s relatives were moved to tears after watching it.
The Hong Kong Film Archive (HKFA)’s previous programme “All for One and One for All: Union Film”, which featured the full catalogue of Union Film, received an enthusiastic response. To showcase the creativity of Union Film’s many affiliates, the HKFA’s new programme “Marvelous Spinoffs: The Work of Union Film Affiliates” will screen from September 24 to October 16, featuring 10 films produced by the loose-knit collection of companies usually referred to as the “Union Group”.
New poster for I Phone You starring Jiang Yiyan
The film opened in Europe in May. (Sina)
Poster for What’s Under the Bed, a domestic horror thriller that’s not a ghost story. :D (Sina)
Motivated netizens found this still of the deleted love scene between Jackie Chan and Li Bingbing in “1911″
Li Bingbing said that she drank half a bottle of red wine to steel her nerves before shooting the scene. (Sina)
A few days ago, Hebe posted an update on her Facebook which reads: “You. Are. Not. A. Man. [And] not even a human.”
The status prompted a reply from Ella, who wrote, “[You are] Not even comparable to the plaque between my teeth!”