Trailers Galore of Chinese Movies at Shanghai Festival 2016

Another compilation and I would like to call it Part 3 to the busy weekend and probably the most exciting one for everyone! Things in motion! Trailers! Teasers! Previews! BTS! The Making! Some of these are revealed before the festival and some after. It’s crazy how many press conference took place this past weekend. Have a sneak peek/feel of your anticipated movies!

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22nd Shanghai International Film and TV Festival Part 2

Can’t believe I’m doing Part 2 for this darn festival! If yesterday was for local TV dramas, today is the hottest star gathering in the movie world.

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Wallace Chung terrorizes Vicki Zhao and Louis Koo in Three

Time to check back with the movie Three (三人行) directed by Johnnie To (Contemporary Musical Design for Living, Drug War, Blind Detective) starring Zhao Wei, Wallace Chung, and Louis Koo in a thrilling cat-and-mouse story. Wallace plays the villain and he wreaks havoc after being injured during a chase and admitted to Vicki’s hospital. Louis is the cop determined to put the cray-cray man behind bars. Together, they discover their startling connections of the past.

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Bulletin Board: Cdramaland/ENT News (32)

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Bulletin Board: Cdramaland/ENT News (13)

A lot of trailers released since the Shanghai Film/Drama Festival was held a while back and quite a few startling news. Maybe just one…and hopefully, the good news balance it out… XD

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Unexpected action scenes in Hollywood Adventures trailer

I didn’t expect all this action scenes…especially from Vicki Zhao. I knew she had it in her to do them since she was in Mulan, So Close, among other films. I just thought this is a pure comedy! Turns out, Huang Xiao Ming and Tong Da Wei will be her lackeys as she infiltrates into the hooded areas of Hollywood. Do we need any other reason to watch this? LOL.

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Vicki Zhao lends her voice for Alec Su’s The Left Ear

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!

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