My main gripe with idol dramas and lots of Yu Zheng’s dramas is that at some point, I start singing “If I Only Had a Brain” nonstop… let’s hope that doesn’t happen again… even if I end up only clicking through this one… >.<
Song in the Clouds looks to be having a possible release on September 13th. Starring Angelababy, Lu Yi, Chen Xiao, Yang Rong, Du Chun, and Su Qing, those who are still waiting for this drama will hopefully finally be able to see it air. Stills, promotional trailers, music, and Yu Zheng’s usual barrage of promotional materials have been released.
At least it would be amazing of Yu Zheng got sued on this one as well…
Song in the Clouds has released a new trailer. Starring Angelababy, Lu Yi, Chen Xiao, Yang Rong, Du Chun, and Su Qing, those still following Tong Hua’s novel adaptations can probably rejoice since this one seems to feature more than just Chen Xiao and Angelababy.
Leave it to Yu Zheng to market his drama by including the name of the original novel in the lyrics.
Li Yuchun’s theme song for Song in the Clouds has been released. Starring Angelababy, Lu Yi, Chen Xiao, Du Chun, Yang Rong, and Su Qing, the series follow the plot of the popular Tonghua novel by the same name. Tonghua’s Desert Melody, now known as Legend of the Moon and Stars in its drama form, is the inferior prequel. Anyways, more stills below the cut.
Angelababy’s smiling at the news just like you are! (Except you probably aren’t Photoshopped.)
Someone must have made a big offering to the cdrama gods, because Song in the Clouds (大汉情缘之云中歌), also known as Yun Zhong Ge, has now announced a broadcast date as well: June 30th.
Starring Angelababy, Du Chun, and Lu Yi, Song in the Clouds is an adaptation of a novel by Tong Hua (of Bu Bu Jing Xin fame). The story takes place after Desert Melody, now titled Legend of the Moon and Stars (星月传奇), which is unfortunately still in that post-production void.
In a nutshell, Song in the Clouds is the story of Huo Yunge (Angelababy), who rescued Liu Fuling (Lu Yi), the Emperor Zhao of Han, when he was eight years old and lost in the desert. Fast forward ten years, and Yunge is off to the emperor’s court looking for the young man she rescued. Unfortunately, she meets and falls in love with Meng Jue (Du Chun), only to discover that she’s being exploited by those hungering for power in the imperial palace.
Song in the Clouds is produced (though not written) by Yu Zheng, and also features everyone’s favorite Chen Xiao. It will air on Zhejiang TV, Jiangsu TV, Shenzhen TV, and Dragon TV.
Yang Rong holds her own without a problem. Why are the stills so beautiful?
Based off a book by Tong Hua and produced by Yu Zheng, Yun Zhong Ge (Cloud Song) has began to release numerous stills. It is set to broadcast in 2014.
There is now the possibility I will be tricked into watching this production because of how gorgeous the stills are; how perfect the still where Liu Bingyi (Chen Xiao) and Xu Pingjun (Su Qing) lean in towards each other is, how gorgeous Angelababy looks, how imperious and beautiful Yang Rong looks as the spoiled daughter of Commander-in-Chief Huo…(is anyone else reminded of Tong Liya’s Zhao Feiyan?) Also included in the cast are Lu Yi and Du Chun, who play the male leads; even Zhao Liying (once hoped for as the lead of the drama) makes a cameo as an original character. Continue reading →