Such young leads! The Great Lord (大主宰) follows a young boy’s journey to greatness facing the dark forces. Roy Wang plays son of the Mu Chief. His mother’s mysterious background led her to abandon her family. Our hero promises to become strong and reunite with his mother. Along his journey, he saves a our heroine (Nana), and love blooms between the two youngsters.
Can we go ahead and give the title of Melo Queen to Sun Yi? After Siege In Fog, she’s back in another melo drama to wrench out some more tears, with Wallace Chung and Ma Tian Yu at her side. All Out of Love, adapted from novel Liang Sheng Wo Men Ke Bu Ke Yi Bu You Shang will hit your small screen on 9/17!
Inspirational youth drama, Boy Hood (我们的少年时代), with the aim to encourage younger generation to run towards their dreams and fight for their beliefs will be meeting tv viewers very soon. The drama stars Chinese boy band TFBoys – Wang Jun Kai, Wang Yuan, and Jackson Yi and other age-appropriate actors such as Zhang Zi Feng, Li Jun Hao, Song Yu Er, and teacher roles played by Li Xiao Lu, Danson Tang, and Joker Xue.
Hah. It’s official. I’m renaming this drama. From Liang Sheng, Can We Not Be Laden With Grief (凉生我们可不可以不忧伤) to the above, which is more like it. Just a day after announcing their official cast members, the production releases a batch of stills to whet your growing appetite for the melodrama. Lol.
Okay, okay. I know I’m not the best translator. Lol. A salute to all translators out there cause some of these titles be long and poetic. The upcoming melodrama adapted from novel 凉生，我们可不可以不忧伤 (Liang Sheng Wo Men Ke Bu Ke Yi Bu You Shang) written by Le Xiao Mi has confirmed its main cast in Wallace Chung, Ma Tian Yu, Sun Yi, Alan Yu Meng Long, and Zoey Meng Zi Yi. Our two young leads have been filming for a while now and it looks like it’s time for Wallace to jump in and scoop up the leading lady. Anyone up for a better title translation? 🙂
The important thing is the script and dare I say the author is very twisted and I’m kinda out. Lol. Which sucks because it’s Ray Ray and I want to see him in a happy role. Universe, why you do this to me?!
Finally a real trailer instead of the constant behind-the-scene works. Don’t get me wrong, I like those too, but I also want to see some real action and concrete work. It’s definitely a very refreshing concept (motion captioning) for China to tackle, and let’s hope it opens doors for more creative storytelling!