After a prolonged wait, Summer’s Desire is finally ready to face the eager audiences and receive its very first wave of praises and criticism.
I started paying attention to Betty Sun after being dazzled by her performance in New Shanghai Bund. Admittedly, most of my time was spent ogling at Mr. Heartthrob extraordinaire Huang Xiaoming during the brief yet memorable1 Shanghai Bund craze. But the fangirling didn’t blind me to the talents that beholds our actress, who, incidentally, is capable of both playful mischief and convincing innocence.
2010 looks to be an exciting year for the Chinese film industry. There is a fairly large selection lined up for the year to come and at first glance, the quality is reasonably proportional to the quantity. (There are a few I’m quite excited about.) Without further ado, let’s take a look.
This is by no means a comprehensive list, but a compilation of the more heavily marketed films with either well known directors or actors. The movies are sequentially ordered by release date, not by preference.
Ady An is pretty well established in Mainland China already, Next Stop, Happiness just kicked her popularity up a notch.With her increased exposure, come more filming contracts, interviews, and photo shoots.
Here is a recent photo shoot slash interview Ady did on dealing with gossips.
There’s not a lot of new TW dramas lined up for January (compare to K-dramas or doramas) but they each offer something different.