A bunch of dramas airing means a new wagon of dramas enter production!
Wow. The trailers definitely set a different type of bar for intimacy in Chinese dramas! Retourner le monde a toi or Return the World To You is a modern drama with Yang Shuo and Guli Nazha, following our strong-willed heroine as she faces the obstacles in her smooth-sailing life. She works in the fashion industry and has a great job and perfect boyfriend (Yang Shuo) until he’s struck down during an accident and supposedly passes away. She doesn’t dwell too long in hurt and heart-break and continues to build up her fashion company. Unbeknownst to her, her boyfriend survives the crash and is sent overseas to heal, only to come back under a different face and identity, hoping to find out the truth about his murder. He runs into old girlfriend and becomes her opponent at work, but their love for each other will eventually heal old wounds.
Su Mang, the editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar China is the fashion stylist of the drama and Jane Zhang will be in charge of the music, with a song in mind for Guli Nazha to sing as well.
*fixed trailer link* 1/3/17.
Well, well, well. The boys have been confirming throughout last month and now it has begun filming. What a handsome cast, I don’t even have to question the acting at all. The new drama River of No Return (working title, lol) is based on the novel written by A Nai. Nick will play the lead character Song Yun Hui, who has great potentials and smarts but was born into a poor family and hence is discriminated against. During the period of Chinese economic reform in 1978, he took his chance and won a seat in college studying engineering technology. And thus begins the hard-working journey of a man against many difficulties to achieve dreams of his childhood and as such he also opens up new ambiguities in his life. I know it’s very vague but this type of story is not my favorite to check out the novel. Lol.
Non-stop promos for never-ending supply of dramas. Li Xian might give William a run for his money in the acting department but Will’s swagger goes on for hours! Lol.
More trailers and promotional materials left and right. I’m….drama-ful.
Updates for Tang Yan. 🙂
I miss Mr. Sunshine. Don’t you? After making a splash in dramaland with his tv debut performance as Prince Yan Xun in Princess Agents, Shawn Dou has other projects to quench your thirst; all of which have finished filming (he wrapped the last one up last week). For the count, Shawn has four unaired dramas under his belt. Reminders below. =D
Words in the alley reveal that Tears in Heaven is airing on 10/9. *fingers crossed*