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!
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.
Never Gone (or So Young 2, 致青春·原来你还在这里) is the movie adaptation of So You’re Still Here, written by Xin Yi Wu (So Young). It tells the story of a teenage boy born with a silver spoon and a girl born no stranger to poverty. Young and in love, they have yet to understand what it means to love and not hurt. Wounded, they are separated and our heroine is saddled with a responsibility bigger than her years. Reunited years later, what will happen to the buried love deep in their hearts?
I was surprised Yi Fei duet with Reno instead of Kris, but then a fan said Kris was filming overseas when the recording took place, hence a new arrangement was made. Anyway, lots of pictures ahead!
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!
Now called Edge of Innocence, film adaptation of mystery novel Summer, The Portrait of a 19 Year Old (夏天十九岁的肖像), written by Shimada Soji drops its first trailer featuring Huang Zi Tao, Yang Cai Yu, Du Tian Hao, and Li Meng. The released stills so far look bright and sweet, but who would’ve thought the trailer is everything but those adjectives. Dark raining night with knives and splattering blood? That can’t be good! Our male lead is a basketball star and through an injury, he’s forced to stay at a hospital. During his recuperation, he takes interest in a family across the window and witnesses a crime involving the beautiful daughter of the said family.