Have to wonder what is going on with the head pieces in this drama.
Lost Love in Times 醉玲珑 has released even more character posters, a behind-the-scenes clip, as well as well wishes for Chinese New Year. Starring LiuShishi,William Chan, Xu Haiqiao, Han Xue, Huang Mengying, a better look at the male costuming for those interested.
It’s not my hair you should be staring at. It’s this ornament.
Lost Love in Times 醉玲珑 has released stills. Starring LiuShishi,William Chan, Xu Haiqiao, Han Xue, Huang Mengying, the character posters may have been a bit weird but I think the backgrounds oddly enough makes them look a bit better…?
Some of the hair pieces are actually interesting to look at. Others are just… XD
Lost Love in Times 醉玲珑 has released more character posters. Starring LiuShishi,William Chan, Xu Haiqiao, Han Xue, Huang Mengying, still not too happy with the costuming but will stick around to see how things turn out.
I’m still left scratching my head wondering what that golden cone is on top of his head…
Lost Love in Times 醉玲珑 has released more images during production and a couple more character posters. Starring LiuShishi,William Chan, Xu Haiqiao, Han Xue, Huang Mengying, the desert background is definitely nice for a change but some of the hair styling is definitely… interesting.
For some reason these costumes remind me of Zhang Yimou’s movies…
Lost Love in Times 醉玲珑 (previously translated as Drunken Exquisiteness) has released official character posters featuring Liu Shishi (Precious Youth) and William Chan (The Mystic Nine). Continue reading →
Model Sui He has such incredible style and class in her photo shoot for Madame Figaro and sets up a hard act to follow…but Kitty Zhang Yu Qi pulls off the elegant dress and red lipstick look pretty well herself. So do Yang Rong and Han Xue, actually, in each of their own shoots, while Jane Zhang‘s image is a little more cutesy. Ni Ni‘s ability to look great in a photoshoot goes without saying, and in this round up she goes for a mostly black and white look. Continue reading →
Not only is this “Photoshoot Friday” not being released on Friday…Han Xue‘s pictures here aren’t actually from a photo shoot, but were so nice I didn’t realize they were stills from her new 1930s Shanghai drama Home of a Lady 淑女之家. (produced through her own studio – power to all those lady stars founding their own productions!) “Real” photo shoots in this round come from those like Fan Rui, glittering in white. There’s also Daniel Chan, handsome in black, and Jiang Hong, in various shades of purple and violet. Ming Dao plays the yang for Daniel’s yin, chalked up in white. Look under the cut for more pictures! Continue reading →
I’m always super excited when new genres are explored, especially when one with such a great photoshoot and cinematographer. Han Xue workshop’s latest work, Home of a lady 淑女之家, is based on the mystery novel of the same name by author Ma Yiwei. Han Xue plays the lead female who, with the help of her friend and amateur detective (Liu Ennuo), enters then Shen family to find out the truth about her father’s death, only to find the new lover (Ma Tianyu) of the head of the household (Cecilia Yip) soon dead. Who could’ve done it? Is it the maid? The sisters? The brother-in-law? The mother? Or even Han Xue’s character herself? The series also stars Chen Xiang, Mao Xiaotong, Lei Yang, Liu Yanchen, and Wang Lin.
I love the carefree and naturalistic feeling of these photos.
After leading in hit dramas My Love, Come Home 亲爱的，回家 and Happened to Fall for You 偏偏爱上你, actress Han Xue took on the role of Yip Man’s wife for the upcoming drama Yip Man 叶问. Ruoxi has made her decision to follow Fourth to the end; but 8th has moved on and Kevin Cheng will be appearing in the role of the titular martial arts master. You can find some rather scenic stills here. Those are from a period of production during which the crew went to film in the lovely Jiangsu province, which also happens to be Han Xue’s birthplace. This is when Han Xue took the opportunity to promote the beauty of that region south of the Yangzi River (the “Jiangnan”) and where these pictures came from; look below to see just how gorgeous and idyllic the “Jiangnan” can be, and find a lot more pictures here.