July 2nd, 2012

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JACQUELINE LAW LOSES CANCER FIGHT :(



Former Hong Kong actress Jacqueline Law (罗慧娟) died of pancreatic cancer on Friday morning at the age of 45.

And her Singaporean husband, stockbroking magnate Liu Chee Ming (劉志敏), could not wiping the tears from his eyes when he turned up at the funeral parlor in Singapore to witness the final rites.

He praised Jacqueline for her courage battling cancer.

A memorial service and cremation will be held on Wednesday.

Jacqueline made her mark in the 1980s, starring in many Hong Kong drama serials and movies.

She had a secret relationship with comedian Stephen Chow (周星驰) for three years. The two broke up in September 1992.

She married tycoon Chee Ming in 2008 after they dated for 11 years.

She was diagnosed with cancer in 2010.

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AT THE BOX OFFICE



Taiwan director Tsai Yueh-hsun‘s (蔡岳勳) action blockbuster Black & White Episode I: The Dawn of Assault (痞子英雄首部曲:全面開戰) was the most popular Chinese-language film in China’s cinemas from June 18 to 24.

Exciting elements, including a helicopter shootout, street explosions and a hijacked airplane — all complemented by a star-studded cast led by Mark Chao (趙又廷), China’s Huang Bo (黃渤) and Angelababy (杨颖).

Check out the top 10 grossing films in China during that week.

1. The Hunger Games with 68.5 million yuan ($10.8 million)

2. Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted with 48.8 million yuan

3. Black & White Episode I: The Dawn of Assault with 48 million yuan

4. Men in Black III with 31 million yuan

5. Brave with 20 million yuan

6. Motorway (车手) with 16.8 million yuan

7. This Means War with 8.7 million yuan

8. First Time (第一次) with 6.5 million yuan

9. Who in the Mirror (半夜不要照镜子) with 4.6 million yuan

10. BiXian Panic (笔仙惊魂) with 2.8 million yuan

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Hu Ge

Zombie invasions continue to China with The Four

Painted Skin's director returns for another magical wuxia film with gloomy tones.


Even if the CDC knows of no zombie viruses, zombies are everywhere in the news and media. Next month, they’re even making their appearance in ancient China in Gordon Chan’s The Four. Starring Deng Chao, Liu Yifei, Colin Chou, Anthony Wong, Ronald Cheng and Jiang Yiyan, The Four is a detective-wuxia action flick loosely based on the book of the same name. The change of gender for Heartless may mean that bird girl Heartless ( Liu Yifei ) and wolf boy Cold Blood (Deng Chao) also have a romantic relationship somehow .

The sequel’s already been approved for filming.

source: cfensi