Chen Kun‘s (Chongqing Hotpot) The Rise of Phoenixes has finally found its leading actress in Ni Ni (Suddenly Seventeen). This will be the latter’s first television drama role since her debut in Zhang Yimou’s 2011 war film The Flowers of War.
Original caption: 吃了两颗止痛药才勉强忍得住头饰的重量🙄
Ni Ni has stepped into the world of guzhuang, and she is every bit as gorgeous as we always knew she would be. And it’s not just one project: look forward to seeing her in (1) The Legend of Wukong 悟空传, alongside Eddy Peng and Zheng Shuang and (2) The Warriors Gate 勇士之门 with Mark Chao.
The Legend of Wukong is scheduled to be released next year, while The Warriors Gate will come out in China on November 18. Look below the cut and get ready to be stunned, because #Ni Ni is #gorgeous and #beautiful. Continue reading
Ni Ni is…#gorgeous, #beautiful, #stunning. This photo shoot gives me a contemporary Shanghai Bund type of feel. Look below the cut for more pictures. Continue reading
I adore the use of frames in this new photoshoot from Sun Jun and Ni Ni. Needless to say, Ni Ni is #gorgeous, #stunning, and #beautiful. The colors and backdrop are gorgeous – I’m convinced that Ni Ni could fit into an ancient drama beautifully. Look below the cut more pictures. Continue reading
Once again, Ni Ni proves that she’s #gorgeous and #beautiful (and quite eye-catchingly so) anywhere she goes. Look below the cut, for more photos taken while she was browsing Dior’s rose gardens.
During this past round-up, our favorite celebrities celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival (aka the Moon Festival) and got up to some other shenanigans. Kicking us off is Tang Yan and her picture-perfect moon cake. She’s currently filming the movie Bounty Hunter (赏金猎人) and will follow that up with the drama The Princess Weiyoung (锦绣未央). As always, keeping busy.
What flavor [of moon cake] did you all eat today?
Ni Ni spreads her beauty around the world in this series of photoshoots in Paris, in Grainville, and in NYC for the Met Ball earlier this year.