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Starting today, the 15th Shanghai International Film Festival opened its 9 day run. Over 400 people from Hollywood, Korea, Japan, three lands on both sides of the strait and others will step on the red carpet for the most brilliant annual Eastern Oscar Night.
This year’s film festival opening ceremony red carpet continued its “China Made, World Taste” concept, star and guest numbers reached a new record. Including the opening film PAINTED SKIN: RESURRECTION (WAT PEI 2)’s Wuershan, Zhou Xun, Chen Kun, Vicki Zhao, Wei, Mini Yang Mi, Chen Tingjia, THE LAST TYCOON (DAI SEUNG HOI)’s Andrew Lau Wai Keung, Wong Jing, Chow Yun Fat, Huang Xiaoming, 1942′s Feng Xiaogang, Xu Fan, Zhang Guoli, Zhang Mi, Zhang Hanyu, DANGEROUS LIAISON’s Hur Jin-Ho, Jang Dong-gun, Zhang Ziyi, Cecilia Cheung Pak Chi, THE SILENT WAR (TING FUNG JEH)’s Alan Mak Siu Fai, Felix Chong Man Keung, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Wang Xuebing, CHINESE ZODIAC’s Jackie Chan, Yoo Seung-Jun, Liao Fan, FA YEUNG (RIPPLE)’s Michelle Chen, Jerry Yan (Yin Sing Yuk), Joseph Cheng Yuen Cheung, Sandra Ng Kwan Yu, and Li Xiaoran.
The year end Taiwan costume film release FA YEUNG (RIPPLE) did not participate in any Golden Goblet Competition, but with the Shanghai Film Festival opening yesterday the cast including Yin Sing Yuk, Michelle Chen, Ivy Chen, Joseph Cheng, Simon Yam Tat Wa, Ng Kwan Yu and the Mainland’s Li Xiaoran took the opportunity to meet with the Mainland media and shared their production experience. The film is a story about pirates and geishas. Playing a couple in the film, Yin Sing Yuk and Ivy Chen worked together for the first time. In order to cultivate chemistry, director Zero Chou Mei Ling locked them in a room to stare at a candle; but the outside was more concerned with Yin Sing Yuk’s real life interaction with model Lin Chiling. Yin Sing Yuk did not say her name but spoke about her film SWEETHEART CHOCOLATE. “I am very happy to her effort.” Both he and Lin Chiling participated in last night’s red carpet ceremony.

Starting today, the 15th Shanghai International Film Festival opened its 9 day run. Over 400 people from Hollywood, Korea, Japan, three lands on both sides of the strait and others will step on the red carpet for the most brilliant annual Eastern Oscar Night.

This year’s film festival opening ceremony red carpet continued its “China Made, World Taste” concept, star and guest numbers reached a new record. Including the opening film PAINTED SKIN: RESURRECTION (WAT PEI 2)’s Wuershan, Zhou Xun, Chen Kun, Vicki Zhao, Wei, Mini Yang Mi, Chen Tingjia, THE LAST TYCOON (DAI SEUNG HOI)’s Andrew Lau Wai Keung, Wong Jing, Chow Yun Fat, Huang Xiaoming, 1942′s Feng Xiaogang, Xu Fan, Zhang Guoli, Zhang Mi, Zhang Hanyu, DANGEROUS LIAISON’s Hur Jin-Ho, Jang Dong-gun, Zhang Ziyi, Cecilia Cheung Pak Chi, THE SILENT WAR (TING FUNG JEH)’s Alan Mak Siu Fai, Felix Chong Man Keung, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Wang Xuebing, CHINESE ZODIAC’s Jackie Chan, Yoo Seung-Jun, Liao Fan, FA YEUNG (RIPPLE)’s Michelle Chen, Jerry Yan (Yin Sing Yuk), Joseph Cheng Yuen Cheung, Sandra Ng Kwan Yu, and Li Xiaoran.

The year end Taiwan costume film release FA YEUNG (RIPPLE) did not participate in any Golden Goblet Competition, but with the Shanghai Film Festival opening yesterday the cast including Yin Sing Yuk, Michelle Chen, Ivy Chen, Joseph Cheng, Simon Yam Tat Wa, Ng Kwan Yu and the Mainland’s Li Xiaoran took the opportunity to meet with the Mainland media and shared their production experience. The film is a story about pirates and geishas. Playing a couple in the film, Yin Sing Yuk and Ivy Chen worked together for the first time. In order to cultivate chemistry, director Zero Chou Mei Ling locked them in a room to stare at a candle; but the outside was more concerned with Yin Sing Yuk’s real life interaction with model Lin Chiling. Yin Sing Yuk did not say her name but spoke about her film SWEETHEART CHOCOLATE. “I am very happy to her effort.” Both he and Lin Chiling participated in last night’s red carpet ceremony.

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#Shanghai  #International Film Festival  #Michelle Chen  #ivy chen  #joseph chang  #Joe Cheng  #Jerry Yan  #Lin Chi Ling  #Godfrey Gao 
Netizens criticize “Ex-boyfriend’s” ending and want a sequel for “Skip Beat!”
Both “Ex-boyfriend” and “Skip Beat” ended their run last Friday and Sunday, scoring 0.84% and 1.85% in ratings respectively (both ended in second place for their time slot). Following the finale of “Ex-Boyfriend”, netizens expressed their dissatisfaction towards the ending by criticizing how the main characters ended up with someone that appeared for the first time in the very last episode. Netizens felt deceived by the screenwriter and commented that the ending was just “too absurd” and ended rather abruptly.On the other hand, the manga adaptation, “Skip Beat!”, left its audience hanging with the female lead’s ex-boyfriend expressing his unwillingness to let her go. Many netizens hope to see a sequel or a movie that will bring closure to the story.

Netizens criticize “Ex-boyfriend’s” ending and want a sequel for “Skip Beat!”

Both “Ex-boyfriend” and “Skip Beat” ended their run last Friday and Sunday, scoring 0.84% and 1.85% in ratings respectively (both ended in second place for their time slot). 

Following the finale of “Ex-Boyfriend”, netizens expressed their dissatisfaction towards the ending by criticizing how the main characters ended up with someone that appeared for the first time in the very last episode. Netizens felt deceived by the screenwriter and commented that the ending was just “too absurd” and ended rather abruptly.

On the other hand, the manga adaptation, “Skip Beat!”, left its audience hanging with the female lead’s ex-boyfriend expressing his unwillingness to let her go. Many netizens hope to see a sequel or a movie that will bring closure to the story.

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#skip beat  #donghae  #ivy chen  #siwon  #taiwan 

Upcoming movie: Hua Yang starring Jerry Yan, Joe Cheng, Michelle Chen, & Ivy Chen

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#hua yang  #Jerry Yan  #Joe Cheng  #Michelle Chen  #ivy chen  #taiwanese 
"Skip Beat!" to premiere this weekend

Super Junior members Donghae and Siwon visited Taiwan for 6 hours to promote their first Taiwanese idol drama, “Skip Beat!” (Extravagant Challenge). Since the story is based in show business and the two play rivals, when asked if they also compete with each other off screen, Siwon replied, “Honestly, it’s hard to avoid disagreements between fellow actors, but I always try my best to listen to other’s opinions.”

Donghae and Siwon spent 4 months in Taiwan to film the manga adaptation, and the series will finally air this weekend, taking over “In Time With You’s” slot. The two confidently said that they are not afraid of being compared to the previous. Interestingly, Siwon’s character’s voice will be dubbed by his costar Ivy Chen’s boyfriend, Penny (Kun Da). After watching the preview at yesterday’s press conference, Siwon commented, “Very interesting. The dub is very cute and lovable.” Donghae’s chacter will be dubbed by Darren of The Drifters; Darren promised to give the fans a surprise if ratings surpass 5%.

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#skip beat  #ivy chen  #donghae  #siwon  #super junior  #taiwan  #korea