Hu Ge coaches younger cast in Go Goal Fighting’s 10-minute trailer

It took you a second to recognize Hu Ge‘s face right? I thought it was Tony Yang at first glance. He’s definitely enjoying the mustache more than he thought. Weren’t you sad seeing him trying so hard to walk in Sound of the Desert? Well, in this new inspirational youth drama, he’s a soccer coach for a bunch of newbies! He gets to walk the talk, kick the ball, and just shimmer in glorious daylight.

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Jdrama: Bitter Blood Episodes

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Ady An’s upcoming film with Jiro Wang and drama with Qiao Zhen Yu

Dang, what is with October this year. It’s the month of filming commencement for several Cdramas, while November is the month for premieres. I’m shivering just thinking about it. Anyway, I digressed. Back to the beautiful lady in purple up there. Miss Ady An, while still promoting for Go Single Lady with Mike He, has already wrapped up filming for Legend of the Seaways, where she’ll playing twin sisters romancing Mr. Busy Bee, Yan Kuan (I cannot wait for this!!)

In recent news, she has two more projects under her belt.

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Kdrama: Modern Farmers Episodes

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We Got Married: Episode 241 “Daring wife.”

hehe, Hubby wants trouble but when wife causes troubles, he runs away like a little boy. I told you not to mess with her all the time, didn’t I?!

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Good men die in The Journey of Flower’s fifteen-minute trailer

Lol. Yep. That’s what I learned in the latest trailer. Also, Hua Qian Gu is dumb! She would rather love a man who does his best in torturing her then pick one of the three men who could die to protect her. On the not so bright side, still no glimpse of romantic chemistry between the leads Zhao Li Ying and Wallace Huo. What’s going on here? Is it the story or the actors? Ai ya ya, I don’t know anymore.

Like the last time, there’s also an included English-dubbed trailer. See for yourself.

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Tsui Hark’s 3D film stars Tong Li Ya, Lin Geng Xin, and Chen Xiao

The 3D film, The Taking of Tiger Mountain, is based on the novel, Tracks in the Snowy Forest, written by Chu Po. The story tells the many witty battles in the freezing weather between a group of soldiers and the mountain bandits. But the soldiers have an advantage, their mole successfully infiltrated the bandits’ camp. Lin Gen Xin takes the lead role and Tong Li Ya plays an important woman in his life. The other cast members include TV’s little prince, Chen Xiao, veterans Zhang Han Yu and Hu Dong, and reliable Xie Miao. The cast wrapped up their five-month shooting this past April in Northern China where the temperature is around -30°C. BURRRRR.

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Three Fall TVB dramas to look forward to!

Quite a few solid TVB dramas this year. Though Line Walker went coo-coo and lost its sense of logic and direction after the veterans died, you have to concede to the fact that it started out really well – it was tight, funny, and dramatic. There was action, romance, camaraderie, and suspense all neatly rolled in. Best of all, it successfully achieved the one goal of every production; it drew in talks and generate discussion. People who have never (or rarely) watched Hong Kong dramas were lured in.

Before this year is over, I have three more HK series to follow. Hopefully, you’ll like one of them as well.

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The Desert’s Trio all dolled up for magazine pages

So tired. Been working like a dog these past 3 days, averaging 36+ hours! That’s the thing with unemployed individuals, when you get a chance to work, you work tirelessly and sleeplessly to prove that you’re capable of everything and I mean everything that they throw at you, just for a small window of opportunities down the road. I got home every day and my eyes rolled back into my skull and I passed out. Then I remember, I have a blog to update! People disappear around here! Lol.

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Movie Date with Kap (32): The Snow White Murder Case

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Wow. What a though-provoking movie. It’s not about romance, superpowers, or horror. It is a social commentary, addressing the power and manipulation of social media and internet bullying. The medium used in the film is the big blue bird most of us have – Twitter. Many use it to tweet about their daily life, others use it to say unpleasant things while hiding behind an online identity. Replace twitter with any other social media services, and you have yourself a new anonymous face. Suffice to say, at the end of the movie, it makes me aware of the things we ought to say and the things that should be left unsaid. It’s always nice to be kinder to one another.

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