Lay Zhang Yixin and Wang Zixuan’s fantasy adventure series The Golden Eyes 黄金瞳 streams today on iQiyi in China and Viki abroad, and they’ve released a set of international posters probably mostly for the Chinese audience. Which one is your favorite?
Plot from wikipedia below:
It is said that only individuals with the “spirit language” (言灵 in Chinese) can possess a pair of Golden Eyes. A simple pawn shop worker, Zhuang Rui (Lay Zhang) had his own eyes mutated after an accident while he was dealing with some ancient bronze and ceramic. His mutated eyes subsequently brought many changes to his life in many unexpected ways he could ever imagined. His new life started after he adopted the pair of special eyes and his spiritual adventure began. The dragon clan are the only individuals who have access to this power and Chuzi is the only person apart from the dragon clan who can utilise this magic power. However, Chuzi’s level of mastery over the pair of golden eyes is not equal to that of the two brothers from the dragon clan, Lu Mingfei and Lu Weizhe, who are also bestowed with this magical gift.
Based on Dayan’s novel of the same name, The Golden Eyes 黄金瞳 stars Zhang Yixing (Operation Proposal) as Zhuang Rui, an ordinary pawn shop intern who is suddenly able to see through objects after getting struck by a magical piece of jade.
“He was already the best he could be, but I didn’t find the best in me until years later.”
Welcome to another installment in the recent surge in high school dramas, but with a better filter than the previous ones, and I believe a male lead who can actually act. With You 最好的我们 stars Liu Haoren, Tan Songyun, and Wang Yuexin, and airs on April 8th on iQiyi. Treasure this while you can, because is probably the last low budget productions for Liu Haoren since he’s made his name in Chinatown Detective.
Happy Lunar New Year! For some of us, it’s not yet February 19, but I guess that just means we’ll get an extended day of celebration. C: Treat yourself to one of Jimmy Lin‘s red envelopes featuring his son, Kimi~
Happy New Year. It’s time to pass out the red envelopes!
Most of our favorite celebrities are enjoying the holiday at home, which means not as many Weibo updates regarding the New Year. But here’s what some of them have been up to the past three weeks…
How many wax dummies of Nicky Wu do we need? Well, I’m not complaining, even though the dummy doesn’t even look that much like him… as long as they give us Bu Bu Jing Qing (步步惊情) when they said they would. Just twenty days away, everyone!
You think you’re great because you look like Nicky Wu? If you keep staring at me, I’ll have you dragged out and……… arranged properly.
This weeks Music Monday features 3:50 minutes of carefree fun with Love Band, imagine what it’s like to meet your true love with Cao Yin, admire someone’s side profile with Du Yupeng, animation of life with Huang Zhen and Zhang Xinyi, serenade to your beloved with Liu Xin x2, parachute with Wang Yuexin, rip paper with Qing Xin, self praise with Yan Su, be a chick magnet with Yi Xin.
A 54-foot-tall inflatable duck arrived in Hong Kong earlier this month, though it unfortunately had to be deflated after a while due to strong winds. It’s all JJ Lin‘s fault.
I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to scare you
Ah well, at least he put up this really cute post to celebrate Mother’s Day:
Yinyuetai have been steadily gaining love from fans since it’s opening in 2009 due to its high definition MVs and reliance. The legal music video promotion site have also gained much support from music professionals; not only are the MVs legally uploaded by the company, but fans can also use the site to share fancams of their favorite eye-candy. After realizing the popularity of the weekly/monthly V-Chart ranking among fans, yinyuetai decided to have a REAL award show (where artists actually go on stage and perform and accept awards in front of fans!)
In a music award show the performance is always the best part! So let’s start off with some cute and pretty fluffs:
JULY 13, 2012 | POSTED IN MAINLAND CHINA,MOVIES, TAGGED CHEN XIANG, CHEN YIFU, DL GROUP, LIU XIN, WANG YUEXIN, XU WEI, ZHOU NAN
eeMedia = pop company? Think again. Pushing the envelope with topics like condoms and school violence, eeMedia is taking full advantage of the so-far restriction-free microfilm industry.
Following the condom microfilm, eeMedia joins hands with director Zhou Nan for another edgy mini-movie that completes eeMedia’s new hardcore image set by its mostly rock-related albums out so far this year.
FREAKOUT 爆走, Part 1 of eeMedia’s microfilm series Adolescent Diaries starring Liu Xin (girl), Wang Yuexin, Chen Xiang, Xu Wei, and DL Group was released on Sohu. Wang Yuexin plays a student who’ve just recently returned from jail (I wonder if he got the role because of his crew cut or if he got the crew cut for this role) for a supposed assault, while Liu Xin plays his best friend who’s been waiting for his return. Yet what landed him in jail three years ago isn’t gone, and when his little sister (Xu Wei) receives a threat, the class mobilizes to defend themselves. Chen Xiang plays Wang Yuexin’s foil, a model student and the class president who’s determined to keep his vow of protecting his classmates .
Wang Yuexin’s new song of the same name is also featured in this episode. Joining Zhou Nan is director Chen Yifu, who has previously worked with Zhou Nan on microfilm Miejue in Love.
Watch the first half of FREAKOUT below (part 2 is delayed) and see character posters below the cut. IR