Produced by Zhang Xiaolong, who also created the now famous Legend of Zhen Huan, upcoming drama Red Sorghum has now released its first trailer. The drama stars Zhou Xun and, by the looks of the twelve-minute trailer, follows the plotline of Zhang Yimou’s movie. (The trailer does manage to reveal the main plot of what will be a forty episode drama into twelve minutes, so be warned.) Zhou Xun is twice the age her character is supposed to be in the beginning, but she still looks young enough that one begins to wonder if she’s been eating certain human organs. Zhu Yawen, who plays the father of her child and a laborer, should watch out.
Zhou Xun also recently featured in a pretty photo shoot for Marie Claire. These will have to do until high quality stills are released for the drama.
See the rest of Jiang XIn’s photo shoot a few sets below the cut.
Who makes you want to buy jewelry from Bazaar more, Jiang Xin or Angelababy? Jiang Xin has some lovely photos in this set. She, like Tang Wei, is dressed in a somewhat vintage style; others, like Zhang Zilin, Zhang Ziyi, and Jing Tian deck out in long and sweeping dresses. Tong Liya looks like a lady, while Yang Mi wears a few more wedding dresses. Li Fei’er goes for a more sultry look, while the only male Wei Chen looks like a member of the Lost Generation (to me).
There are plenty of black and white photos in this set, but there are also several ones in color. Look below the cut to see! Continue reading
As an apology for the recently sporadic appearances of Photoshoot Friday, have a double edition this week. Decked out in, or against white, which one of these celebs has your favorite photo shoot? Angelababy is comfy in simple white, while Jiang Xin‘s setting is more dressy. Li Xiaolu enters the scene with more color, while Yao Chen and Daniel Wu tango (?) in black and white. Hai Lu is sweet as she studies, while Christy Chung goes for a more glamorous look. Look below the cut for more pictures. Continue reading
（Heisui! I hope you like this set~)
From regal evening gowns to a glittery slip more suited for a wood nymph, Ni Ni once again reminds us of her versatility in these recent photo shoots. She will be working with Jing Boran in her latest movie, Up in the Wind.
Look below the cut for more pictures! Continue reading
Note: As far as I know, these dresses are just what Yang Mi wore to her photo shoots, not her actual dress.
Yang Mi and Hawick Lau have yet to hold their formal wedding ceremony (although they’ve already tied the knot), but we’ve already seen Yang Mi in wedding gowns several times. Take her recent photo shoot with Marie Claire, where she smiles in girlish lace, or an older one where she reminds us why she’s the Chinese Audrey Hepburn for Cosmo Bride. You can also take a look at the set she wore for a Photoshoot Friday: Bridal edition. Which dress is your favorite? I’m looking forward to seeing what her actual one will be like.
We’re not missing pictures of her with her man, either! Does the picture below ring any bells?
Hawick and Yang Mi first met on the set of Ruyi, where they played the two leads.
Watch out for Li Bingbing’s upcoming role in Transformers 4, where she is rumored to play a female scientist. For now, see her in a different outfit of white – Li Bingbing looks like a fairy bride in the garden some of the outdoors pictures below the cut. Continue reading
From the first series’ gorgeous stills, to those from the upcoming Legend of Moon and Stars, Tangren’s leading lady has really found an element she’s comfortable in!
Recently, another MV for the upcoming sequel to Bu Bu Jing Xin 步步惊心 was released, performed by Ding Dang. In contrast to Mayday’s more upbeat theme here,“Not Up to Us” 身不由己 is more melancholy, with plenty of rain and umbrellas. Read the synopsis here or watch the trailer here. More stills for this modern-day reincarnation romance can be found below the cut. The drama stars Liu Shishi and Nicky Wu, with an anticipated broadcast in 2014.
Recently, Gao Yuanyuan’s new drama “Let’s Get Married” began its broadcast. Which of the actress’ following photoshoots do you prefer – her elegant windy shoot for ELLE, replete with gray or white coats and otherwise cool colors, or the comfy winter lodge and wool look that she took on for Lohas? Continue reading
Qiao Renliang and Zhao Liying may be posing together here, but it’s Chen Xiao who gives us the ship tease.
Recently, Zhao Liying and Qiao Renliang posed together for a photoshoot with Bazaar Movie (more pictures under the cut). Kimi Qiao Renliang wrote a weibo about it:
“Thanks to @Fashion BAZAAR! @Zhao Liying We time-traveled into the present to shoot for this big movie, enjoying air conditoning, drinking red wine; at the moment, we haven’t ordered (nor do we plan to order) tickets back…so, your highness King of Changguan @ Chen Xiao, you’ll have to take care of the court politics; I’ll take care of A’Zhen…
– the previous emperor
@Yu Zheng Is there a problem?”
Chen Xiao’s reply was a ship tease:
“At this rate, it’ll soon drive me crazy…” Continue reading
Ni NI decks out in five different dresses for Cosmopolitan Bride. I love the way the blue dress flows in the feature photo; as always, Ni Ni is ridiculously photogenic. She has a cozy-looking knit dress under the cut, and looks like a princess in another belaced one. She definitely competes with the ladies from our Bridal Roundup. Continue reading