I miss Mr. Sunshine. Don’t you? After making a splash in dramaland with his tv debut performance as Prince Yan Xun in Princess Agents, Shawn Dou has other projects to quench your thirst; all of which have finished filming (he wrapped the last one up last week). For the count, Shawn has four unaired dramas under his belt. Reminders below. =D
Words in the alley reveal that Tears in Heaven is airing on 10/9. *fingers crossed*
Well, at least we have some updates? Still no confirmed news of a broadcast date despite two leaked episodes. But the new song is a good indication that they have gotten the green light to air….very soon (rumor is on QQ). The reason why I didn’t include those leaked episodes anywhere because watching them means 1) you’re supporting the said youtube channel making money not the right way. 2) does not quench your thirst.
Looks like the drama adaptation of Fei Wo Si Cun‘s novel Eastern Palace (东宫), has officially begun filming with an English name of Goodbye My Princess. Just like any other novels, it will get multiple versions: a movie, one drama, and a possible webdrama. The movie version has Zhao Li Ying and Yang Yang’s names attached as rumors for years but yet nothing is made of it. While the drama adaptation did have Fan Bing Bing as the rumored female lead for a little while. No confirmation was made until the drama weibo posted on August 6th that a big move would be taking place soon and in the comment section, fans dropped names, most popular are Hu Ge and Liu Shi Shi. Lol.
But today the booting ceremony takes place with the confirmed leads… guess who?
Now that Princess Agents has shown us how Yan Xun royally does not love Yuan Chun, Shawn Dou will have to repay all the feelings to Li Qin in their melo modern drama Tears of Heaven (海上繁花). New stills have been released, right on time for our princess’s dark transformation going forward. This is adapted from Fei Wo Si Cun‘s novel Variety Flowers At Seaside (剧海上繁花) so there’s a lot of angst and sadness for everyone…
Now….now… Shawn, let’s get a reunion with Li Ying to cure my broken heart. I’m waiting. Lol!
Errgawd. This is so sad (why must they look so happy?!). I was giggling my way through the first trailer until the show reminds me it’s a melodrama, adapted from stepmother Fei Wo Si Cun‘s novel Variety Flowers At Seaside (剧海上繁花) and officially called Tears in Heaven. Li Qin looks so sweet with both male leads, especially with Zhang Yun Long since they have a happy period together before krap hits the fan and he literally goes to heaven. The female lead role is very heavy in the book as she carries heartbreak and devastation from one relationship to another, torn between past love, current love, and future love. Yes, that’s three men in total but one of them is a bag of dirt compared to the other two.
Awfully bright and cute stills for a drama dubbed as melo. Seriously, they are so cute and bright in the photos. Why can’t she have a twin? Why can’t she have both? Both boys (Shawn Dou and Zhang Yun Long) are tall, handsome, and have great smiles. Li Qin seems like the sweetest girl around too. GAHHHHHHHH.
Tears in Heaven (海上繁花) is the drama adaptation of novel Variety Flowers At Seaside (剧海上繁花) written by Fei Wo Si Cun.
Ready or not, here comes another melodrama dropped in your laps! Tears In Heaven is the English name for the drama adaptation of novel Variety Flowers At Seaside (剧海上繁花) written by Fei Wo Si Cun. After reading the summary, I now know why Miss Fei’s nickname is Stepmother. She’s very cruel to her characters, especially the female lead, hence I admit to not being a fan of her stories. But it seems like producers are drawn to them, adapting one after another. Some of her novels-to-dramas include Too Late to Say I Love You, Sealed With A Kiss, Chronicle of Life, and Siege in Fog. In the latest project, she has secured the lovely faces of Shawn Dou, Li Qin, and Zhang Yun Long to play out her melodrama. WHYYYYYYYY. I love these kids and so watching them suffer is ideally not the best but it will be a challenge for the boys as I have yet to see them emotionally challenged.
But after reading the drama synopsis, looks like changes have been made, so yay and nay for that…