September 14th, 2010

金城武//Sexy specs

Andrew Lau denies slump after 'Infernal Affairs'

Three years ago, Andrew Lau was the toast of Chinese cinema.

Martin Scorsese had just won a long-overdue best director Oscar for a remake based on his 2002 crime thriller "Infernal Affairs" and thanked Lau in his acceptance speech. The Hong Kong filmmaker was getting ready to release his Hollywood debut starring Richard Gere and Claire Danes.

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I couldn't remember that he did "Initial D".
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Stephen Chow breaks silence on Kitty Zhang's contract dispute



HONG KONG: Hong Kong actor-director Stephen Chow broke his silence Sunday regarding his entertainment company's contract dispute with Chinese actress Kitty Zhang and expressed that he will seek legal recourse, reported Hong Kong media.

Zhang, who is signed to Chow's entertainment company Star Overseas, had taken on a role in Chinese director Wang Quan An's drama series "White Deer Plain" without the company's knowledge.

Her decision had apparently raised the ire of Chow, who discovered her and cast her as a kind teacher in his 2008 film "CJ7".

"Am I upset? I think talking about it is pointless, everything will be done according to the law," Chow told reporters.

Zhang is the second actress in recent years to have had contract issues with Chow's firm.

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Arggh, quit being "in the process" for all these movies. D:!
Laure Shang Wenjie

Daniel Wu, Jane Zhang, Cecilia Cheung, Zhang Hanyun, Alec Su in New York

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There was a post put up earlier about this, but Daniel Wu's appearance was not confirmed at that time, nor were the screenings

In addition to  appearances by the mentioned stars at the opening ceremony on Saturday, the festival will air five movies on Sunday. Films to be aired include Alec Su and Eva Huang's "A Singing Fairy" and  Zhang Hanyun, Zhou Xun, Li Bingbing, Huang Xiaoming, and Alec Su's "The Message," Cecilia Cheung and Daniel Wu's "One Nite in Mongkok," and  Cecilia Cheung and Louis Koo's "Lost in Time."