Magazine spreads, photo shoots and stills that recently caught our eye.Continue reading
Gong Li plays a Republican Era diva who doubles as a spy in the Lou Ye-directed Saturday Fiction 兰心大剧院. The film, making its debut today at the Venice Film Festival, released its first full trailer today. It’s also going to be screening at TIFF if you’re in the area.
Posters, stills, photoshoots, and random photos that caught my eye this week.
Random posters, stills, and photos that caught my eye lately. Any that caught yours?Continue reading
- Ma Li will star in buddy comedy written by Karen McCullah (Legally Blond, Ella Enchanted, She’s the Man) . Eva Jin (Sophie’s Revenge) will direct. (Deadline)
The story centers on an unlikely pair of alpha females — Zoe, an American tech entrepreneur who relocates her company to China, and Maylin (Ma), a local female bodyguard who is hired to protect her. When Zoe’s life is threatened, the odd couple must put aside differences and join forces in order to survive.
- Gong Li signed on to star as volleyball legend Lang Ping in upcoming film. (SCMP)
- Hu Ge signed on to play coach and husband Jiang Shan in upcoming Li Na epic by Peter Chan. Poster below the cut. (Sina)
- Avengers and I, Tonya star Sebastian Stan will star in 355, the spy-thriller starring Fan Bingbing, Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o and Penélope Cruz. Marion Cortillard has dropped out due to personal reasons. Filming is expected to begin in July (The Hollywood Reporter)
Last time I posted the photoshoot of over 40 celebs together, a couple of you guys mentioned being in interested in photos of celebsover 40, so here it is featuring Gong Li, Kara Hui, Jiang Wenli, Vivian Wu Junmei, Carina Lau, and Joan Chen. I did 50+ instead of 40+ because there was simply too many otherwise.
Gong Li is featured in the September issue of ELLE. Photos by Feng Hai.
Gong Li is almost 50, but she’s still China’s silver screen queen in this new photoshoot for L’Officiel (Fun fact: the magazine she’s done the most photoshoots for is ELLE, at 13 total: 4 times for the China, 7 for the Hong Kong, 1 for the Taiwan, and 1 for the Singapore editions. The more you know!) Continue reading