Lost Love in Times again

Seriously, what on earth is going on with that hair bun…

Lost Love in Times 醉玲珑 images this today.  Starring Liu Shishi, William ChanXu Haiqiao, Han XueHuang Mengying, some of these costumes still leave me scratching my head wondering what on earth the costume designers were thinking.

More stills below the cut.

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Casting Call for N. America for Wu’ershan’s new fantasy epic

Casting has began in North America for Wu’ershan’s upcoming fantasy epic loosely based on the Investiture of the Gods.

Director Wu’ershan (Painted Skin II, Mojin: The Lost Legend) is one of the most consistent commercial film directors of his generation and imo the best Chinese-fantasy film director currently available.

  • Upload audition videos to http://www.wetransfer.com or  www.hightail.com
  • Send your self-recorded audition videos to megcastingchina@gmail.com
  • Include your name, location, and phone number in both the title of the video and the e-mail.
  • Send inquiries to fscastinginfo@gmail.com
  • All characters are Chinese and require a basic level of speaking Chinese
  • Training begins in September 2017 and filming begins in June 2018.

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China’s latest androgynous band Acrush

Can these gender-neutral sweethearts win your love?

Hey, look, it’s another androgynous band that was reported all over the Western media but remains anonymous in China. Unlike MissTer, their first song and MV looks really hot and quite sharp. Their styling and outfit are kind of how I wish M.I.C. would dress, although their dancing doesn’t seem to be as good. They’ve even went for the gender-neutral pronouns! They’ll be called 少年 (youth), and will be a 少年团 (youth band)  rather than boyband or girlband.

You can read about them via CNN, QuartzMashable. See their first MV below. See the English translations here. I call the pink-haired one.

Lu Han revisits his Beijing childhood


Complete with kite flying, Beijing yogurt (aka the best yogurt), youtiao, and a friendly match of Chinese chess in the shadows of the imperial palace under writings of Mao Zedong,    this  photoshoot of Beijing native Lu Han is probably one of the best from Chen Man in a long time.

Lu Han’s currently starring in his first drama, Fighter of the Destiny. The series is too draggy for me but he’s very pretty in it.

Q: Can a fan tell me if Lu is his last name?

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