Based loosely on the Boy-love novel Mo Dao Zu Shi (魔道祖师) written by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu, The Untamed in the drama adaptation features Xiao Zhan and Wang Yi Bo in a budding bromance instead. Go here to read more about the characters from the novel. Reading the synopsis of the story, reminds me a little bit of The Legends. Our main protagonist goes his own way to achieve immortality and creates his own demonic sect, which makes him hated by millions in the world for the chaos he created. The other sects/clans come together to kill him. The synopsis of the drama looks quite different from that of the novel. A lot of details are changed so tread carefully!
Sorry for another delayed post. Got hitched with the stomach flu. Headaches, vomiting, nauseous, diarrhea, the full package to ruin my weekend. >.< Don’t know why I like to tell you guys these small happenings in my life, they are not cute. Lol.
Oh, lookie, Tang Yan’s baby chick leading a drama. She was the princess in Princess Wei Young. Wang Yi Bo and Chen Yu Qi will lead a fantasy modern drama called Private Shu Shan College (私立蜀山学园), joined by young actors Wang Yi Lun (Long For You), Pei Zi Tian (Sunshine In Me), Chai Wei, and flanked by professors from TVB – Joe Ma, Benny Chan, and Michael Miu. I kid you not, they look like Hogwarts professors. XD
So the rumored collaboration I wrote about in one of my Cnews batches between Tang Yan and Aaron Kwok turned out to be true. The film, tentatively called People in Business, is being touted as the female version of 2013’s American Dream in China starring Huang Xiao Ming, Tong Da Wei, and Deng Chao. The complete cast includes Aaron Kwon, Tang Yan (too many to list), Yao Chen, Jerry Lee, Hao Lei (Dearest, The Golden Era), and Wang Yi Bo, member of a Chinese-South Korean boy group, UNIQ.