Even spliced superheroes have to deal with everyday problems in the lighter-than-air Hong Kong romantic comedy “Mr. & Mrs. Incredible.”
Costume tale of two retired super-heroes lacks enough bounce and wit to succeed as a New Year action comedy.
FBA: What Women Want review (8/10)
Andy Lau and Gong Li shine in an improved remake of the US rom-com.
We talked to Zhang Weiping, producer of Zhang Yimou’s new film “Nanjing Heroes” on Feb. 28, 2011, after the news of Christian Bale, male lead of Zhang’s film, won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar.
13 Women in Jinling renamed Nanjing Heroes (Sina)
Louis Koo, Michelle Ye
Lau Ching-Wan, Louis Koo, Daniel Wu
Huang Yi and Lau Ching-Wan will play husband and wife
Stills of Jordan Chan in Chinese-Australian production Dragon Pearl
More photos from media set visit to Ann Hui’s Miss Peach
Andy Lau, Deanie Ip - Miss Peach
Real life Lee Yam-Lam portrayed by Andy
Wang Fuli, Ann Hui, Yu Man-Si (Sina)
Huang Yi - Lock Destination (J-10 Sortie) (Sina)
Feng Xiangong responded scathingly in his micro blog that the judges were “shrewd bastards” who should get a “golden abacus award” - implying they were opportunists taking advantage of others’ celebrity status.
Sammi Cheng was Gigi Leung’s surprise guest performer at her Hong Kong concert. Chapman To and Charlie Young lent their support with their attendance, too. (Xinhua)
Lin Chi-Ling in Hong Kong for Longines
Pakho Chau (Sina-slide show)
Chloe Fall-Winter Fashion Show in Shanghai
Qi Qi, “Prince” Simon Yam, Chen Ran
Simon Yam and actress Chen Ran (Sina-slide show)
Did Li Ka-Shing reject Isabella as daughter-in-law or did Isabella reject marriage? Also in play, a $5M breakup fee. (Sina)
Mandy Lieu denies being Richard Li’s new Cinderella (Sina)
In an interview last month, Selina’s fiancé Richard Chang let on that he was not satisfied with the compensation amount.
Near Shanghai’s People’s Square, uniformed police blew whistles nonstop and shouted at people to keep moving, though about 200 people — a combination of onlookers and quiet sympathizers who formed a larger crowd than a week ago — braved the shrill noise. In Beijing, trucks normally used to water the streets drove repeatedly up the busy commercial shopping district spraying water and keeping crowds pressed to the edges. China’s jasmine revolution: police but no protesters line streets of Beijing (GuardianUK)