The Legend of Dugu 独孤天下 stills again today. Starring Hu Bingqing, Zhang Danfeng, An Yixuan, Li Yixiao, Xu Zhengxi, and Ying Haoming, more of the different side-characters in the production this week.
More below the cut.
The Legend of Dugu 独孤天下 has continued to release stills and I have to say I am pretty pleased. Starring Hu Bingqing, Zhang Danfeng, An Yixuan, Li Yixiao, Xu Zhengxi, and Ying Haoming, while I am still waiting on a couple more dramas that are supposed to start rolling, I am content looking at this for now.
More stills below the cut.
The Legend of Dugu 独孤天下 (previously The World of Dogu) has released stills. Starring Hu Bingqing, Zhang Danfeng, An Yixuan, Li Yixiao, Xu Zhengxi, and Ying Haoming, those curious about the Sui Dynasty can get an idea of its founding through this drama.
More stills and (WARNING!) spoilers at the bottom of the post.
We already saw Wang Luodan cast as Wei Zifu, and now it’s time to introduce the rest of the cast for upcoming drama The Virtuous Queen of Han Wei Zifu. Raymond Lam will play Han Wudi (aka Liu Che), Wei Zifu’s husband and the emperor who expanded the Han empire enormously. According to history, they met at his sister the Princess of Pingyang (Played by Zhou Liqi)’s villa. Wei Zifu and her brother Wei Qing (to become a key general, beginning with Liu Che’s affection for Wei Zifu and cemented by his own talent, played by Shen Tai) were lowly servants in the villa, and with no powerful connections, life for Wei Zifu was difficult in her first years in the palace. Liu Che’s childless first empress, Chen Jiao (played by Shen Miao) detested her, and at one point she and her mother the senior princess of Guantao (Liu Che’s aunt, played by Liu Yinghong) attempted to kidnap Wei Qing (who ended up marrying the Princess of Pingyang). Of course, Liu Che has his own problems too; in his early reign, his Confucianism often butted heads with the Daoism of his grandmother Dou Yifang (remember her, from Ruby Lin’s Schemes of a Beauty? She’s now a grande dame, played by Chen Shali). Throw into the mix a love triangle, with the faithful Duan Hong (fictional, I think, played by Xu Zhengxi) forever in love with this “virtuous empress of the Han dynasty.” Look out for her rags-to-riches story, to be broadcast in 2014. Continue reading