Fan Bingbing and Li Bingbing join John Legend and the rest of the L’Oreal spokespeople for a song in Paris. The commercial was actually filmed last year, but it’s never too late to share so many beauties.
Ten of China’s leading ladies graced Vogue, and each of them individually posed for 2 – 3 pictures (included inside the shoot). This makes for some thirty photos total, featuring actresses Zhao Wei, Carina Lau, Fan Bingbing, Tang Wei, Li Bingbing, Zhang Ziyi, Zhou Xun, models Liu Wen and Du Juan, and singer Li Yuchun. Continue reading
Actress Li Bingbing for Harper’s Bazaar.
Gao Yuanyuan is striking in sumptuous evening gowns for her new photoshoot with Bazaar. #gorgeous Ni Ni melts out of the shadows (alongside dark crescents and blue polka dots), while Barbie Hsu has the best jewelry. Yang Mi evokes a 1920s movie star, with crimped hair and popcorn. Li Bingbing is also stunning,with slinky dresses and a dress made of red poppies. Look below the cut for more pictures. Continue reading
Li Bingbing’s look is rather reminiscent of her role in Zhong Kui: Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal for this photoshoot – she sports some very impressive jewelry here. The actress will be appearing in Resident Evil 6 as Ada Wong – look below the cut for more pictures. Continue reading
Zhong Kui: Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal (Chen Kun, Li Bingbing, Winston Chao, Yang Zishan) began screening in selected U.S. theaters on Feb. 27th. I’m guessing that the run has ended for most places, but it can’t hurt to check. Check times here and read the review by Variety’s Maggie Lee here.
The White Haired Witch of the Lunar Kingdom (Fan Bingbing, Huang Xiaoming) – FREE in selected U.S. cities via Well Go USA. More information on airing times here, and review here. The film is in general not hightly-rated, but you get to see the leads’ gorgeousness on the big screen, and hey, it’s free so why not.
Lost and Love 失孤 (Andy Lau, Jing Boran) screens with China on March 20th as a rare not-super-commercialized film distributed by China Lion Film in the U.S. and Canada. Read the overall positive review by Variety’s Maggie Lee here. More on screening information here. I’m mostly giddy that baby Jing got good reviews, and sad it’s not airing near a theater near me.
Although it soft-pedals the dire situation of human trafficking in China, the result provides poignant insight into the victims’ psychological scars. …Jing, on the other hand, outshines the rest of the cast by not sweating it, limning small-town insouciance while hinting at deep emotional scars.
Li Bingbing’s photo shoot for L’Officiel Hommes really looks like it could have been for L’Officiel, this time around. She goes antique for L’Officiel, and then poses with roses for a rather Valentine-ish shoot with Vogue. Look below the cut for more pictures, and don’t forget about her upcoming movie with Chen Kun.
Impressive CGI combined with a strong cast of Li Bingbing, Chen Kun, Yang Zishan, and Jiekejunyi bring alive the fantastical world of Zhong Kui: Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal. I was actually picturing this to be more like A Chinese Ghost Story, but the trailers and MV makes it look so much more epic. The CGI here is several steps up from previous major fantasy films like Painted Skin.
Watch the MV by Jiekejunyi and Liu Huan below and be pleasantly surprised.
Harper’s Bazaar teams up with Kindle to remind you to read because all the cool kids do it. Cool kids include Li Bingbing, Han Geng, Su Mang, Huang Xiaoming, Gao Yuanyuan, Liu Yifei, Deng Chao, Ni Ni, Feng Shaofeng, Bao Lei, and Lu Yi.
As the latest girl to go white, Li Bingbing literally goes off to the dark side with a duo white and black characters. The first of a potental series of films about the ghost vanquisher Zhong Kui, Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal co-stars Chen Kun, Yang Zishan, Jiekejunyi, Bao Bei’er, and Winston Chao. More posters below the cut.