I love alllllllll the people they invited this episode! YASHHH!!
You know when I see beautiful things I like to share. My friend sent me a link to this Vietnamese film and I’ve been in awe since last night. I See Yellow Flowers On The Green Grass, is directed by Victor Vu (Battle of the Brides, Blood Letter), and based on a best-selling novel by Nguyen Nhat Anh. Truly beautiful to look at with some promising young talents as leads. The story follows a pair of brothers who share everything together, until a sweet girl comes along and forces the story to reach a violent climax. WHY?! It’s so pretty to look at and I’d argue that these kids are a tad too young to be entangled in the dangerous feeling such as love. Sigh~
What a bubbly trailer for a palace drama. I am surprised at the cheery tone and feisty female lead. Ban Shu Legend supposedly follows Zhao Li Ying’s Female Prime Minister niece, detailing the abandonment of Ban Shu to her long travel to the forbidden palace. With a strong desire to be accepted by her royal family, she struggles and proves her ability by becoming the first female royal instructor.
I got home and I saw the outcry on weibo at Yumama’s teasing. He posted a picture of Jin Dong (Nirvana In Fire) and Yang Rong (The Lady and the Liar) side-by-side to test the waters. With his recent invitation to produce Ding Mo‘s third thriller, Memory Lost, fans surmise that he wants to pair the two actors together as leads in the drama adaptation. Responses from fans are mostly begging Jin Dong not to go down this road. LOL. Let’s see who shall win the battle in the end. Is it the fans? Or….the man?
Can you recognize us?
Looks like the latest trend in movieland is remaking as many Journey to the West versions as possible. Fantasy-comedy movie, Surprise You’ll Never Think Of: Journey to The West or for short as simply Surprise, has a solid lineup of stars that might just do the trick in tickets sales.