A bunch of celebs gather together for an extremely well-dressed Dior event. It looks so much better than the Gucci one a few weeks ago that had zero good outfits. Who wore Dior best?(more…)
Han Dongjun reprises his role as the monster killer in the third installment of Wuxin: The Monster Killer, and will have a love line with Qingluan (Chen Yao), reincarnation of Yue Qiluo.
The 24 episode drama will release 2 episodes every Tuesday and Wednesday on iQiyi and Tencent (English subs available on both apps).(more…)
Chen Yao will once more crossdress to play a male character in the latest installment of the Wuxin: The Monster Killer series. The series, a story of the undead Wuxin set in the Tang dynasty, released a set of still recently. Han Dongjun returns as the titular Wuxin in the Tang Dynasty, as does Sui Yongliang as Shang Qingtian. The series also announced Tangren regulars Tan Jianci and Ye Qing as well as Ding Qiao and Niu Junfeng as additions to the cast.(more…)
After just 20 days of filming, My Talent Neighbour 走起我的天才街坊 has released a teaser. Han Dongjun plays Chen Xiao, a genius AI engineer who is persuaded by headhunter Shen Nuo (Peng Xiaoran) to leave his original firm. Desperate to escape his ex-girlfriend (Chen Xinyu), he agrees to her proposal, and the two embark on an entrepreneurial journey.
Directed by Xing Xiao (A Loner), the 36 episode drama is scheduled to stream on Youku after filming wraps.
After two dramas in the Republican era, Wuxin: The Monster Killer 无心法师 goes back in time to the Tang dynasty for its next installment. Han Dongjun returns as Monster Killer Wuxin, while Chen Yao returns as a new character Qingluan who Wuxin helps to return home in the turbulent late Tang dynasty. On the way, the two are met with a string of mysteries that all seem to point to Wuxin’s old enemy Bai Liuli. When the two stumble upon the secret to everlasting life (and death), Wuxin must choose between his dream of death and saving Qingluan and her brother.
The scriptwriter will still be Xu Ziyuan of the first two dramas, while the directors will be Xu Huikang and Li Yizhong of the second Wuxin. Filming began on Feb. 15. (more…)
Never Gone 原来你还在这里 released a new set of posters comparing the young and grown-up versions of its four leads – Li Landi and Yang Zishan, Hu Xianxu and Han Dongjun, Li Gengxi and Su Qing, and Bian Cheng and Tan JIanci.
Pretty much everyone but the two adult leads have gotten more well-known since the series was filmed. Lan Yingying, Li Landi, and Tan Jianci have all been applauded for their performances on I’m an Actor / The Birth of an Actor, Hu Xianxu failed on that show but did get his first girlfriend in college, Su Qing was a hit as the antagonist in The Story of Yanxi Palace, Bian Cheng in Ruyi’s Royal Love in the Palace, while Li Gengxi debuted in her first lead drama My Classmate From Far, Far Away.
Hopefully, the release of the posters means they’ll capitalize on the hype and release the drama soon. Meanwhile, here’s a promo song by Han Dongjun:
The TV adaptation of Miss Granny/20 Once Again 重返20岁, the story of a 70-year-old granny who becomes her 20-year-old self again to find her passion, streams today and stars Hu Bingqing, Han Dongjun, Zhang Yaqin, Gui Leiya, and Qin Han.
It looks like this Youtube channel has brought overseas rights.
The trailer had too much exposition so here’s a fanvid.