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~.
I’m on vacation and they decide to air this (7/16)…. Without much fuss….oh well. What can we do?
There will be weekly discussion of this series. One thing I enjoy is going back and reading the comments, especially that of The Journey of Flower. LOL.
Their wedding ceremony was held at Adare Manor hotel in Ireland. Yi Xin’s smile is brighter than the sky today. According to fans’ timeline, they have been dating for 9 years. Congratulations!
The date June 3rd has been floating around for a while now among bloggers, but I only trust it when the production weibo stamps it on their posters (even then, things could go awry). Next monday, folks!
I really like the poster!
Making up for the past few days.
I visit the China Film Insider website ever so often to read about the latest movies and last month had read an article about how currently the most popular movies in China are those with “buddy love” storylines. I’d been noticing lately that a lot of the movies and series I have started to prefer as well have had a strong bromance and could see why they would do well.
Good examples of the bromance element can be found in Legend of the Demon Cat and Detective Chinatown 2. Because both movies are basically buddy cop murder mysteries and had a lot of common elements, despite taking place in different time periods and being different genres (historical drama versus modern comedy), I decided to review them together.
The drama offerings for May! Which will you watch?