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    Daniel Wu leads American series "Badlands", an adaptation to "Journey to the West"

    Posted By:  Chloe.C @ Dec 19 2014, 11:37 PM
    Source: Chinatimes / Deadline
    Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums



    Daniel Wu leads American series "Badlands", an adaptation to "Journey to the West"

    American cable channel AMC recently announced that they will be producing a martial arts drama, based on Chinese tale "Journey to the West", named "Badlands" (tentative title). The male lead of this short series will be Daniel Wu, a character named "Sunny". He will also be serving as an executive producer along with Stephen Fung.

    According to sources, the drama will be loosely based on the Chinese ancient myth, "Journey to the West". However, the adaptation will be quite different from the original story that it may be hard to see shadows of the original story. The plot describes Daniel Wu's character, Sunny as a warrior with high martial art skills, and will create a team with a little boy. They will find enlightenment through a journey filled with obstacles. There are rumours that as the executive producers, Daniel Wu and Stephen Fung will be bringing in their martial arts team to the series.

    Other cast of the series include Emily Beecham, Sarah Bolger and Oliver Stark. The director will be David Dobkin. "Badlands" is created by writers-showrunners Al Gough and Miles Millar (Shanghai Noon, Smallville). They will also be on the executive producer team with Stephen, Daniel, David Dobkin, Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher.

    "Badlands" will be a 6 episode series.
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    Leo Ku to represent Hong Kong in China's "I Am a Singer 3"

    Posted By:  Chloe.C @ Dec 19 2014, 11:17 PM
    Source: Oriental Daily
    Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums



    Leo Ku to represent Hong Kong in China's "I Am a Singer 3"

    Mainland music reality show, "I Am a Singer" Season 3 finally revealed its singer participant list yesterday, which includes Sun Nan, Han Hong, Leo Ku, Jane Zhang, Kit Chan, A-Lin and Anson Hu. The singers come from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. Leo Ku is the only singer representing Hong Kong. Last season's Hong Kong artiste, G.E.M. shot to popularity through this show. Leo, who is a talented, skillful singer, will be the one representing Hong Kong this time and hopefully help Hong Kong win glory in the show.

    Previously, there were rumours that the show invite Yang Mi to be the host of the show as something "new" for the show; however her manager clarified that because they cannot fit it in her schedule, she will not be hosting the show. The first episode of "I Am a Singer 3" will be recorded today in ChangSha, Hunan.

    The new season is set to premiere on January 2, 2015 on Hunan TV.
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    Cinematographer Killed on Set of Jackie Chan’s ‘Skiptrace’

    Posted By:  R.E.D @ Dec 18 2014, 05:31 AM
    Source: International Business Times/Variety
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    A cinematographer was killed on Wednesday in Hong Kong during the filming of Jackie Chan-starring film “Skiptrace.” Chan Kwok-hung is understood to have drowned in an accident that occurred when a boat he was on capsized off Lantau Island. According to the South China Morning Post, it is understood to have happened around 3am local time. Seven other film crew were on board, but they managed to swim the 30 meters to shore. Neither Jackie Chan nor co-star Fan Bingbing are believed to have been on board at the time.

    51-year-old Chan Kwok-hung, who was working on the upcoming film “Skiptrace,” which features Jackie Chan, “Jackass” star Jonny Knoxville, and Chinese actress Fan Bingbing. Hong Kong police told the South China Morning Post that a 50-foot vessel carrying eight crew members capsized 100 feet from the island's shore. Seven other crew members were able to swim to safety, but Chan was later discovered unconscious. The paper reported that Jackie Chan was not believed to have been on board at the time of the accident. Chan Kwok-hung had worked in Hong Kong's film industry for 20 years, and had previously worked with prominent local directors Stephen Chow, Jingle Ma and Chan Chi-ying, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

    “Skiptrace,” is a joint production between U.S., Hong Kong, and mainland Chinese companies, and tells the story of a Hong Kong detective (Chan) who teams up with an American gambler (Knoxville) to save his niece (Bingbing) and take down a local crime boss, according to Deadline.com. At the time of writing, Chan's official website carries no comment on the death. Jackie Chan is mainland China's most-recognizable screen actor, and is famed for his outlandish stunts and frenetic fight choreography.




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    TVB Ratings Report (12/08/2014 - 12/14/2014)

    Posted By:  Chloe.C @ Dec 17 2014, 09:45 PM
    Source: Wacow @ Blog163
    Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net

    TVB Ratings Report (12/08/2014 - 12/14/2014)

    Dramas
    Overachievers - 名門暗戰 (EPS 25-29 END) - 25 PTS (Peaking at 31 PTS)

    Overachievers SPECIAL - 名門暗戰終極對決 - 22 PTS before finale / 24 PTS after finale

    Sour Lady - 醋娘子 (EP 06-09) - 22 PTS (Peaking at 24 PTS)

    Come Home Love - 愛.回家 (EPS 658-662) - 21 PTS

    Tiger Cubs II - 飛虎 II (EP 08) - 20 PTS


    Variety Shows
    Scoop - 東張西望 - 18 PTS

    Queen Feast - 女皇的盛宴 - 17 PTS

    Mysteries at the Museum - 尋覓博物館 - 15 PTS

    The Voice 4 - 超級巨聲 4 - 14 PTS

    Sidewalk Scientist - 學是學非 - 12 PTS

    Miriam Yeung Special 2014 - 遇上千嬅 ·遇見愛 - 11 PTS


    (Nielsen TAM: 1 point represents 64,920 viewers)
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