It’s surprisingly difficult to catch a taxi in lakes.
More pictures of the ultra pretty Hua Qian’gu 花千骨 with Zhao Liying, Wallace Huo, Jiang Xin, etc. The photographer should win an award for most timely drama still releases. Despite the over-use of photoshop that makes all the backgrounds look fake, many of these are actually filmed on location, so hopefully the scenery will look more realistic on TV.
Expect plenty more drama stills in the next few weeks as a part of the Shanghai TV Festival.
The gods must’ve heard all your wishes to see Wallace Huo, because fantasy-wuxia series Hua Qian’gu花千骨 released a set of stills for Wallace Huo today. He plays the most respected and one of the oldest fairy (xian*) of the realm who takes the prepubescent Zhao Liying’s Hua Qian’gu under his wings. He will spend most of the series conflicted between his duty to the world and his creepy forbidden love for Hua Qian’gu.
* The word 仙(xian) is often translated as fairy but is more of a Taoist concept indicating humans who have reached immortality through practice)
Zhao Liying totally pulling off the 13-year-old look for her character’s pre-puberty years.
The first set of stills/character posters for Zhao Liying, Wallace Huo‘s Hua Qian’gu 花千骨 was released. Based on the book Hua Qian’gu in Fairyland 仙侠奇缘之花千骨, the series tells of an unlucky orphan (Zhao Liying) who somehow ends up training under the most respected and, as it happens, handsome fairy* of the land (Wallace Huo). On the way there, she befriends the lord of the underworld, the emperor of the human world, and a few other powerful and pretty friends who become useful once she’s in charge of ruining the world saving her teacher and forbidden true love.
* The word 仙 is often translated as fairy but is more of a Taoist concept indicating humans who have reached immortality through practice)