Tang Wei plays the Empress of the Ming Sun Ruowei, a former noble lady who puts her personal vendetta aside and becomes a respected empress with the help of her husband Zhu Zhanji (Zhu Yawen) and trusted advisor Xu Bin (Qiao Zhenyu).
Ming Dynasty 大明风华 (as it wants to be known as) runs for 62 episodes and airs daily on Hunan TV beginning tonight.
The Best of Times 最好的时代 focuses on the rapid growth of China’s metro networks from the late 90s to early 2000s, and stars Chen Xingxu (Goodbye My Princess) and Hu Bingqing (Queen Dugu) as young engineers. Yu Haoming, Wang Xueqi costar.
Entrepreneurial Age has released two sets of new stills featuring the main cast led by HuangXuan(Extraordinary Mission) and Angelababy (General and I). The drama will focus on the IT profession, and the opportunities and difficulties that come with a career in the field. Continue reading →
Fan Bingbing wondering why she’s even in this trailer.
A Chinese trailer for “Iron Man” was released with a few shots of Wang Xueqi,Fan Bingbing. Watch it here.
On the one hand, I’m always happy to see more Chinese actors in mainstream media, but it’s frustrating to see a trailer where the Chinese characters are randomly inserted and obviously do not belong. In recent year, it seems like it’s become quite popular for movie to include Chinese actresses as minor roles in Hollywood films so as to use that person for extensive marketing in China. It would be nice if the degree to which those actresses are used as advertisement are actually proportionate to their relevance in the film.