Is this the promo week for costumes? Which production to outdo the rest and rise above in terms of creativity and beauty? I don’t mind one-colored costumes but then you set yourself up for some needed eye-catching designs to prevent blandness! Gu Long’s The Legend of Flying Daggers drops a batch of posters for their characters yesterday and I’m pretty much not as pumped as I thought I would be. They overly photoshopped these actors too much! C’mon, editing crew, you have a group of beautiful people!
With all that being said, I haven’t finished Julian (Chi Lam)’s version yet, I think I’m stuck at episode 5 or something. No time!
Legend of the Flying Daggers is the fifth and final installment to Gu Long‘s Little Li Flying Dagger series. FYI, Zhu Yi Long’s Border Town Prodigal is the third installment. The novel follows Li Huai, Li Xun Huan’s grandson, as he wanders in jianghu to help the poor and uphold justice using his grandfather’s Little Li Dagger technique.
Hawick Lau as Li Huai. No matter how much you photoshop Hawick, he is still recognizable. How crazy is that?! The green rim looks really nice, if only Yang Rong didn’t have on a similar outfit.
Lovely Yang Rong as the top female assassin, Xue Cai Yue. In the end she has an ultimate battle with the male lead because his father killed her father.
Gui Gui will portray Fang Ke Ke, a feisty, strong-willed pepper – second female lead who grew up with the male lead, Li Huai, and harbors a crush on him.
Huang Ming (Legend of Fragrance) as the male lead’s half brother, Li Zheng. Silky green!
Kenny Kwan (The Classic of Mountains and Seas) as Li Huai’s best friend.
Crystal Yuan Bing Yan.
Michelle Bai Bing.
Produced by Heli Chen Guang International Media (Tiny Times), Fortune Media Corp (Women on the Breadful Tree), and Olympus Films (Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen). In charge of editing the drama script is Rao Jun and the three directors are Liang Sheng Quan (Legend of the Ancient Sword), Huang Jun Wen (Legend of the Ancient Sword), and Liu Guo Hui.