Two trailers for Tang Yan, Shawn Dou’s See You Again

Promotional tagline: “Only time is aware of the love buried deep in our hearts.”

See You Again stars Tang Yan (The Princess Weiyoung) as Shi Jian, a woman who time travels back a decade in her dreams after the plane she is on encounters heavy turbulence. The first one was released by broadcaster Dragon TV, and actually gives us some insight into the story, while the official teaser released by the production company goes for a dreamy concept.

Behind-the-scenes

(more…)

Drama and film news round-up

Drama news

  • Chen Xiao, Zhou Dongyu collaborate again in modern series Glass Slipper 玻璃鞋.Filming begins in March.
  • ee-Media musical  Glee Club Song of Vengeance  唱战记 finally begun filming last week . The series stars Super Girl and current Beijing Film Academy student Fu Mengni, Huang Yida, Ou Hao, Qin Lan, Chai Biyun (Saiya from NHZGG), etc.
  • Luo Jin, Lv Yi collaborate once more for new drama, Daddy Father Pa 爸爸父亲爹, also from Ciwen Entertainment (X-Agent) .  Stills here.
  • Jiang Jinfu, Song Qian, and Yang Yang  begun filming for Li Shaohong’s latest Republican-era suspense drama 茧镇传奇. Stills of the two male leads here.
  • (more…)

Tang Yan Opens Fire in Upcoming Action Drama “Agent X”

Tang Yan reminding you to count the number of shots fired in the trailer (aka once every other scene).

After a tragic romance in A Beauty in Troubled Times (乱世佳人), Tang Yan and Luo Jin team up again, this time as secret service agents in the upcoming action drama Agent X (X女特工). The drama will begin airing on March 26th.

The drama is centered around three female characters — Zhong Li (Tang Yan), Tan Ruiling (Lv Yi from Fairy in Wonderland), and Luo Yifei (Wang Di) — who are chosen to become special agents. During their training, the three become close friends and develop into cool-headed, experienced, and tenacious secret service agents. Luo Jin plays military instructor He Junfeng, a stern man who can be at times domineering and at times profound.

Check out the two trailers below, although the first one doesn’t reveal much of the plot and is mostly just action. The second shows more talking scenes, but they seem a bit haphazardly thrown together. I can’t imagine the plot being too terrible, though, since the script was polished over the course of two years. On the action side, Luo Jin and Tang Yan reportedly did the majority of their stunts themselves in order to make their scenes more realistic.

Trailers for “Agent X” below, thanks to cfs82 and lalalaiTzME @YouTube:

Second trailer and a few more stills behind the cut:

(more…)