I COVET everything about the posters.
I am still pinching myself, ALL my favorite stars are there, almost. My favs, in their most glamorous, through my childhood to a teen to a grown fangirl to now a Dama in one room. Well, even if Zhou Xun is busy filming Red Sorghum, she should be here and now I winced not able to see what magic she can pull and dazzle in THIS company.
There are a few C/HK must-see this year in showing. I am shallow, they have my crushes (but some of them should be truly amazing…)
1. Andy Lau is confirmed by Derek Tsang he’s attached to a TVB drama. Andy is now working on the writing and preproduction.
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m not a fan of the moviestar Andy Lau, but the TV idol Andy in the 80s?! *WANT!*
2. Derek is also enticing Chow Yun Fat for a return to the small screen.
@__@ tbh, I’d rather see CYF doing sth he enjoys than selling out in one PoS blockbuster extravaganza after another. So a big Fat yes/maybe?
31st HongKong Movie Awards will be live in a few hours. I CANT WAIT! It's a great year in the sense there are a few very good HK movies done with soooo much heart there for a change, it makes me weep, even if a few of the nominees do not have a shred of mass nor international appeal.
The 2012 class photo, the crew of Let the Bullets Fly is conspicuously, understandably missing, even for the best supporting nominee and last year's best actress Carina Lau. The awards is historically local biased, Let the Bullets Fly is heavy in its mainland flavored savviness. Being out so many months ago is also not working towards its chances.
Plus, the noms r mostly truly deserving for a change and there are some tight toss-up races in many categories it's breaking my heart to pick a favorite (I dont think I can be happy if there r not 3 Best supporting actors awarded).
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