With my new job, I don’t have a lot of spare time these days like before, especially on week days. Won’t be able to cut and upload individual clips so you guys have to work those warrior fingers through the scrolling button! Lol.
Sailor Moon! Oh man…. this brings back memories. Lol. A lot of updates for movies from new stills to new teasers/songs; a huge chunk taken from the next news batch and some you might have seen on AVV twitter as I battled against site issues!
This is just soooo cute not to be posted and shared. I think anyone who has watched Princess Returning Pearl aka Huan Zhu Ge Ge will always remember the infamous character – Rong Ma Ma, the queen’s loyal servant whose weapons are needles and her nails, played by Li Ming Qi. It has been 17 years and our Rong Ma Ma is 79 going to 80 next year. Anytime Zi Wei would beg the king to spare her life, I was convinced the girl is possessed. LOL. Good memories. Beside her, Romance In The Rain‘s costars – Ruby Lin and Leo Ku were also there to support. Too bad Vicki wasn’t there to round out the reunion.
Wow. The nostalgic level for this movie is already up to *HERE* when Alec let the youngins sing The Little Tigers’ Fly With A Carefree and now he’s invited good old friend, Vicki, to sing the theme song for his movie too? You guys are killing my nostalgic pedometer here folks! The more promo we get the more tragic this youth film appears to be… I didn’t read the novel but a quick investigation confirms a certain death. *wails*
Oh you young people are so dramatic! Give me back my rainbows and unicorns!
Awww…. I’m gonna cry. Alec, stop making that face! I remember this song (though not my favorite of theirs) way…way…way back in the days when my aunt used to repeat it on her CD player! For those who don’t know, The Little Tigers was a Taiwanese boy band active in the late 80s and early 90s consisting of Nicky Wu, Julian Chen, and Alec Su (director of The Left Ear.) Now, the new generation of actors get to reboot the song through the directing of Alec. One full circle. ♥♥♥
Three posts in one day? Who’s the bomb now?! ME. Well, I have work the next two days so I’m just gonna update consecutively knowing that I’ll be too tired after work to do anything. You ladies have fun with all the pretty. Following the footsteps of actors-to-directors (Deng Chao, Ruby Lin, Zhao Wei, etc), Alec Su‘s movie adaptation of popular novel, The Left Ear, written by Rao Xue Man, will hit theaters in early 2015. A press conference is held today in which the four main actors, posters, and a trailer are introduced to the audience. However, the face of our female lead is hidden/excluded in ALL promotional materials. This is a first.