Hunter (猎狼者) centers on the topic of poachers versus policemen and people with the same vision on protecting the animals, led by Qin Hao, Yin Fang, Huang Zi Xing, and Sui Yong Liang. Cinematography is top notch since it’s directed by Cao Dun of The Longest Day in Chang’an and Tribes and Empires.
If I announced each time I was back at the beginning of these posts, they’d probably all start with it. So from now on lets just promise to pretend I didn’t miss any weeks. But nevertheless, another week has ended so here are some pretty photos to brighten up the start of your weekend~.
Ohhh. I’m excited for Li Qin! Finally not a wallflower role! Qin Hao is also back in the attention of viewers, what’s with the rave reviews for his mini series The Bad Kids and now this is gearing up for a premiere as well (no date though yet!). The Song of Glory (锦绣南歌) is an upcoming ancient series with our leads as a power couple. She’s the lost daughter of a military family and meets him, the Emperor, when she’s working at a dance house. He’s an Emperor who wants to push for political reforms for a better country but power is controlled by the Lu Family. In order to strengthen his hold over the throne, he arranges a political marriage with the Shen Family and does not know the girl turns out to be our female lead when she uncovers her real identity. But as they take on corrupted government officials together, her family is murdered, blurring the lines of love, duty, and loyalty.
“Tomb of the Sea“《沙海》is a sequel to the popular 2015 series, “The Lost Tomb”, and based on a web novel taking place several years after the events of the first series, though with new actors. It stars Wu Leo (“Nirvana in Fire”) as a loser high school student who is suddenly kidnapped and taken to the desert to help locate a mysterious, forbidden city.
And it’s official. Yang Rong‘s co-stars continue to be younger and younger. xD Her next project puts her alongside Leo Wu Lei in Kennedy Xu’s novel, Sand Sea (Sha Hai 沙海). He’s turning 18 this year… Novel series Sand Sea I think takes place 10/15 years after The Lost Tomb and stands independently with four volumes, three of them revolves around the main character Li Cu played by Wu Lei (who’s been confirmed since June of this year.)