Out-of-the-world promos from Jiang Xin, Tang Yixin

I need a sci-fi flick inspired by this scene featuring a galaxy hidden in a lollipop.   

Michelle Chen, Shen Mengchen, Jiang Xin, Tang Yixin, Victoria Song, law student Xu Jiru, and a random white woman are in Up Idol 我们来了2,  but more importantly,  the amazing director Peng Youlun filmed them.   Here are the two most visually stunning ones:

Catch Wang Kai on Times Squre 07/28-08/02

Ever wanted to see Ming Cheng, Xiao Jingyan, or Doctor Zhao on the big screen? Now’s your chance. Design by: @长期搬书气自华

If you’ll be  around New York City this  07/28-08/02, catch Wang Kai’s ads in two locations, above Europa Cafe on 7th and 43rd at the 11th minute of every hour.  Wang Kai’s fans won this in some sort of Yinyuetai version of Portal.   I don’t really understand the Chinese obsession with Times Square ads, but at least these are pretty.

Fan Bingbing commercials round-up

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As if most people could look anything close to this with these sunglasses.

Here’s your daily dose of gorgeous – a round-up of Fan Bingbing semi-recent ads, Watch her in old Hollywood glam across Route 66 below,   stride across the plains on a horse , dance in Aloe,  or relax  in her and Li Chen’s new villa.    Don’t forget to  finish up with my favorite Fan Bingbing ad of all times, Fan Bingbing versus the droids.

 

JJ Lin Releases ‘Lamando’ MV. . .Or Is It A Car Commercial?

JJ Lin just released the MV for ‘Lamando’, a song he wrote for Volkswagen to endorse their newest car.That’s pretty nifty seeing as regular celebrities just do photoshoots- JJ Lin goes ahead and composes an upbeat dance track.

The MV (or should I say car commercial) has quite a lot of stuff going on in it. With a sort of futuristic theme, it involves flashing lights, floating cubes, and a DJ who everyone thinks looks like Pewdiepie from YouTube. JJ shows off his pretty cool dance moves in the first few seconds of the song, but then transforms into a race car driver and proceeds to run into stuff. A zoom-away shot shows us that he’s actually playing a video game, and then when things couldn’t get more confusing, the plot changes to become a love story with a woman’s image flashing through the game console. JJ then bellows “Lamaaaaaandoooo” multiple times, which would make sense if this was a love song, but then we remember that he wrote this song for a car.

Take a look!