InSecret of the Three Kingdoms, Liu Ping (Ma Tianyu) is a secret prince who was raised outside the palace with Sima Yi (Han Dongjun). His twin brother Liu Xie, the last emperor of the Han Dynasty, summons him back to help save the country as the ambitious warlord Cao Cao (Tse Kwanho) begins to amass even more power.
He is helped by empress Fu Shou (Wan Qian) and Sima Yi, though the latter eventually decides to serve Cao Pi (Tan Jianci) to further his own ambitions. The 54 episode drama will air 2 episodes every Tuesday to Thursday on Tencent beginning tonight.
Secret of the Three Kingdoms is the latest project from screenwriter Chang Jiang (The Advisors Alliance), and stars Ma Tianyu(The Founding of an Army) as the last emperor of Eastern Han and Han Dongjun(Wu Xin: The Monster Killer II) as Sima Yi.
It seems like Tangren (nicknamed ‘Poor Tang/穷唐’) has been investing more money and effort into their costumes lately…
Character posters have been released for Secret of the Three Kingdoms 三国机密之潜龙在渊, the drama adaption of Ma Boyong’s novels of the same name. Starring Ma Tianyu(Beauty Private Kitchen), Han Dongjun(Chinese Paladin 5) and Wan Qian(Glory of the Tang Dynasty), it focuses on the power struggle between Emperor Xian of the Han Dynasty and powerful warlord Cao Cao (Tse Kwan-ho).
“…Sichen and my love, went in the direction of marriage from the very start. No searchings, no uncertainties, he’s always loved me with his heart, and I’ve never wavered.”
Joining the January marriage/wedding club are Tong Liya, Chen Sicheng, who held their wedding this Wednesday in Tahiti. The couple met and started dating during the filming of Beijing Love Story, for which they were the leads and Chen Sicheng was the director and scriptwriter. More photos from the wedding below the cut.
While the leads of The Condor Heroes are getting all sorts of hate, the rest of the cast still get pretty stills. The latest set released are of name-changed Yan Yikuan as Wang Chongyang, the founder of the Quanzhen Sect, and Dong Xuan as Lin Chaoyin, the founder of the Ancient Tomb Sect of the main character XiaoLongNv. The pair of star-crossed lovers has a rather beautiful love story, which you can read more about here.
This weeks Music Monday features 3:50 minutes of carefree fun with Love Band, imagine what it’s like to meet your true love with Cao Yin, admire someone’s side profile with Du Yupeng, animation of life with Huang Zhen and Zhang Xinyi, serenade to your beloved with Liu Xin x2, parachute with Wang Yuexin, rip paper with Qing Xin, self praise with Yan Su, be a chick magnet with Yi Xin.
Actress Dong Xuan 董璇 celebrates the tenth year anniversary of her fan club Whirlwind 璇風 (Xuan Feng), with a few lucky fans in this MV titled Ten Years. Currently, the actress is filming Heroes and Heroines of Shanghai and The Condor Heroes. Continue reading →
Laure Shang and Zhou Xun aren’t the only ones who can sport technicolor hair. Dong Xuan is prettily whimsical as a purple-head in this shoot for Bazaar, occasionally joined by a long-haired Gao Yunfan (her husband). I want to describe this look as Bohemian; which one is your favorite? Look under the cut for more stills. Continue reading →
Since Dong Xuan‘s marriage to fellow actor Gao Yunxiang in August of 2011, she only had a guest appearance in the popular Beijing Love Story 北京爱情故事. The newlywed also starred in a drama about a pair of newly married couple in Mother-In-Law is Mother 娶了媳妇不忘娘 in early 2012.
Dong Xuan will be making her return with two Early Republic Dramas. She will star alongside Lu Yi in Scarlet Golden League 血色金盟, to be aired sometimes this year. And she is currently filming Heroes and Heroines Battle Shanghai 英雄儿女战上海 in which she plays a magician. Continue reading →
Zhou Xun sets a high standard with her grace here.
Bride-to-be Zhang Xinyi was gorgeous in lace and feathers for Modern Bride; she and Zheng Leipai‘s sweeping dresses help create a sort of Gothic theme for this round up. Qin Lan has a pixie cut with threads of red and blue, and Dong Xuan looks surprised in her almost gloomy set. Zhang Jingchu, with her role in upcoming movie The Switch, is confident against red lacquer, and Shu Qi adds a few more long dresses to our collection of fashionable gowns. I’ve always thought hat Eddy Peng had the cutest baby face, but he really exudes a new type of maturity for Milk.
Perhaps most exciting of all…look at the end of the shoot for a little surprise regarding Yao Chen. It must be significant if Bazaar gives her three covers for it. Look below the cut for more pictures. Continue reading →