Having seen some stills before, we now got a trailer! People in motion to get a better grasp at the new adaptation of Ming Xiao Xi’s twisted melo romance, Summer’s Desire (泡沫之夏), with Qin Jun Jie and Zhang Xue Ying. Third leg of the love triangle is given to actor Huang Sheng Chi from My Mr. Mermaid.
So did everyone get a chance to watch the premiere episodes of Lie Huo Ru Ge? Seems like the styling is the talk of town around here. Lol. Reminds me of the hair lift procedure William and Shi Shi got in Love Lost in Times. xD But back to our main stars, Dilraba reunites with Zhang Bin Bin one more time….. Are these two destined to be ill-fated forever in drama universe or what?! Then there’s our sole older male lead Vic Zhou, who is a decade older than all of the cast. Strange vibe or a slow burn to success? We shall see because I do like the whole cast ensemble.
Long-flowing hair guaranteed in March! XD
As you might already know from past posts, Ming Xiao Xi’s twisted melo romance, Summer’s Desire (泡沫之夏) gets a rehash edition in 2017 with Qin Jun Jie (as Ou Chen) and Zhang Xue Ying (as Yin Xia Mo). Third leg of the triangle went through a switcheroo and now actor Huang Sheng Chi from My Mr. Mermaid will play Luo Xi. Looking at the first batch of character stills, I feel like everyone’s personality got watered down 3 tanks of purity. Lol.
I don’t know about you guys but for me to distinguish Dilraba in her projects, I base on her hair and dress colors. Lol. Another one of her period drama, Lie Huo Ru Ge or The Flame’s Daughter (烈火如歌) has wrapped up filming on July 26th after 119 days alongside Vic Zhou, Zhang Bin Bin, and Liu Rui Lin. The drama is adapted from Ming Xiao Xi’s novel, featuring a love rectangle so tragic it might just turn out right, right? XD
*whisper: someone say no, please!*
The new drama adaptation of Ming Xiao Xi’s twisted melo romance, Summer’s Desire (泡沫之夏) officially kicks off filming today with Qin Jun Jie (as Ou Chen), Zhang Xue Ying (as Yin Xia Mo), and rookie actor Wen Yuan (as Luo Xi). I don’t know why I find it comforting it’s a new face, which strips us of our expectations (for those who are planning to watch) and possibly throws us in for a few surprises.
You have a endless number of novels, why must you remake something that just got a movie adaptation last year?