Upcoming “adventure mystery” drama Mystery of Antiquesis set in the 1990s, and stars Xia Yu(Wished) as the owner of an antiques store who embarks on several expeditions to find valuable treasures, Qiao Zhenyu(Song of Phoenix) as the heir of an antique appraisal firm, Cai Wenjing(My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend) as the heiress of the powerful Huang family and Chie Tanaka(52Hz, I Love You) as a good-natured Japanese lady who harbours a deep secret.
It’s hard to resist posting pictures of Chen Kun when they look like this.
December 18 will see the release of Mojin-The Lost Legend (鬼吹灯之寻龙诀), an adventure/thriller film previously titled The Ghouls. The cast, which includes Chen Kun, Shu Qi, Huang Bo, and Xia Yu, recently graced the cover of Harper’s Bazaar, and even though the cover itself is not that eye-catching, I had to share the rest of the pretty.
China’s Film Stars are spread out all over Asia! I decided to do a quick photo post to locate all of them…first is Pusan, because not that many Chinese people that went, and also it came first chronologically, so it’s easier to just get it out of the way.
The Message cast in Pusan: Alec Su, Huang Xiaoming, and Li Bingbing
I love weddings and these two kids were long overdue for one, having been together for ten years (ableit with a brief separation in between). Yuan Quan, who recently filmed a wedding scene for her film, Lian Ai Ba, and during it, told reporters that she would not want to marry as formally as she did was in the movie, because it was so exhausting, and she kept that promise by having a low-key marriage. The newly released shoot the happy couple did for the wedding also reflected that simplicity.