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    TVB's version of "The Empress of China" will not be "big-headed dolls"; Hides cleavage by adding fabric to costumes

    Posted By:  Chloe.C @ Apr 24 2015, 05:09 PM
    Source: MingPao / 163 Ent
    Photo Credits: Ming Pao / on.cc / Wtoutiao & as labeled on photos
    Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums







    TVB's version of "The Empress of China" will not be "big-headed dolls"; Hides cleavage by adding fabric to costumes

    Earlier, when "The Empress of China" was broadcasted in Mainland China, because the cleavage of the actresses were seen as too sexy, they were forced to edit the scenes so that cleavage wouldn't be shown. As a result, many scenes were zoomed in to show only their heads and a lot of the background and costumes could not be seen. As TVB will be broadcasting the drama this week, in order to keep the quality of the production, they spent extra money to hire a professional team to add fabric in front of the actresses' chests, instead of cutting the scenes. The colour and pattern of the clothes are carefully managed, so that the audience cannot tell it is done by the computer. This way, the audience can still see the beautiful scenery and costumes that the audience longed to see in the drama. TVB has also re-edited the drama as a 70 episode production (compared to the 96 episodes in China).

    Regarding this "added fabric" version, Kathy Chow, who plays Consort Yang in the drama, commented saying she does not think it's unfortunate that the actresses' "good bodies" are being censored. She laughed: "The most important is that the story can be displayed as it was made. I felt that the "big-headed dolls" version was more unfortunate. Everything was zoomed in, so no one could see the surroundings and environment. " Therefore, she feels this method is just like pulling up the clothes, much better than "big heads".

    "The Empress of China" will be airing on Sunday April 26th at 9:30pm. The drama will air everyday.
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    TVB Ratings Report (04/13/2015 - 04/19/2015)

    Posted By:  Chloe.C @ Apr 22 2015, 01:53 AM
    Source: Wacow @ Blog163
    Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net

    TVB Ratings Report (04/13/2015 - 04/19/2015)

    Dramas
    Smooth Talker - 以和為貴 (EPS 11-15) - 25 PTS (Peaking at 27 PTS)

    Romantic Repertoire - 水髮胭脂 (EPS 11-15) - 24 PTS (Peaking at 27 PTS)

    Come Home Love - 愛.回家 (EPS 745-749) - 23 PTS


    Variety Shows
    34th Hong Kong Film Awards Ceremony - 第三十四屆香港電影金像獎頒獎典禮 - 23 PTS (Peaking at 26 PTS)

    Telling Maria 3 - 最佳男主角 - 20 PTS

    Scoop - 東張西望 - 18 PTS

    What's Daddy 2 - 萬里尋爸2 - 10 PTS


    (Nielsen TAM: 1 point represents 64,920 viewers)
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    Sean Lau and Vicky Zhao crowned Film King and Queen at the 34th Hong Kong Film Awards

    Posted By:  Chloe.C @ Apr 19 2015, 06:00 PM
    Source: The Sun
    Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums






    Sean Lau and Vicky Zhao crowned Film King and Queen at the 34th Hong Kong Film Awards

    The "Hong Kong Film Awards" ceremony was held last night. After 2007, Sean Lau Ching Wan took home the Film King award once again, and was so touched that he teared up on stage thanking his wife, Amy Kwok. Vicky Zhao, who has taken on the director's role in event years, won the Film Queen award for the first time. She, who played a village girl in "Dearest", expressed that she wrote an award acceptance speech before, and now she can finally use it!

    Yesterday, The 34th Hong Kong Film Awards Ceremony, held at the Tsim Sha Tsui Cultural Centre, attracted more than a hundred popular stars and actors to the venue. Yesterday night, the ceremony awarded 20 film awards, with Vicky Zhao taking home the Film Queen award for the first time, and Lau Ching Wan taking the Film King award again after 2007. The movie "The Golden Era" won 5 awards, including "Best Film" and "Best Director", etc.

    The fiercest competition this year was amongst the "Best Actress" nominees. Earlier, Vicky Zhao had won the "Best Actress" award at the Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards, giving her an advantage. However, Charlene Choi, who played vulgar and sexual scenes in movie "Sara", was still seen with a bigger chance at the award. In the end, the award was won by 39 year old Vicky Zhao, with her movie "Dearest". Receiving the award from Nick Cheung, she said: "I really never thought I would win. I only thought about how I would go home, clean up and go to sleep. I never thought about what to say. Before, my colleague suggested that I write a speech for the Golden Horse Awards, but in the end, there was no chance for me to use it. Now, I can proudly say it!"

    Thank you to director Peter Chan

    About her role as a village girl in the movie: "Thank you to Director Peter Chan suddenly thinking of finding me (to be in the movie). Although she doesn't look good, but I was actually "high" playing the role. Lastly, I want to thank my family."

    As for "Best Actor", which was won by 51 year old Sean Lau, although this time, he had two movies in the running, with "Insanity" and "Overheard 3", his votes were not split and won competitors Daniel Wu, Eddie Peng, etc. to take home the award with his performance in "Overhead 3", after his 2007 win with "My Name is Fame".

    Wife Amy Kwok tears up

    Sean took the award from the 5 child actors Miriam Yeung brought with her to present the award. He teared up saying: "It is you guys who let me know that I still have a female audience. You guys didn't recognize wrongly and think I was Louis Koo right? First, I want to thank my family. I know they have been very supportive of me all the way. Thank you to all the crew members of the three (Overheard) movies. Also, I want to thank my wife....(cheer and applause)... this is very important, all the females love hearing this part. (Laughter) Every time I drive a space ship flying across the universe, no matter where I fly to, you always find a way to bring me safely back to Earth." His wife, Amy Kwok, who was sitting in the audience, was immediately touched to tears.

    Sean Lau's Speech


    Vicky Zhao's win


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    Ivana Wong bags two big awards at the 34th Hong Kong Film Awards with "Best Newcomer" and "Best Supporting Actress"

    Posted By:  Chloe.C @ Apr 19 2015, 05:54 PM
    Source: The Sun
    Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums




    Ivana Wong bags two big awards at the 34th Hong Kong Film Awards with "Best Newcomer" and "Best Supporting Actress"

    At last night's "Hong Kong Film Awards" ceremony, one of the big winners of the night was surprisingly Ivana Wong, who grabbed two big awards, "Best Newcomer" and "Best Supporting Actress"! Ivana, who was nominated for "Best Newcomer" with three movies, first took home the award as expected with movie "Golden Chickensss", then won "Best Supporting Actress". When she accepted the "Best Newcomer" award, she seemed very prepared. She took out a "cheat sheet" from her chest to deliver her speech, raising "wows" from the audience. During her speech, she occasionally spoke in English to thank her good friends Fiona Sit, Eman Lam and Kary Ng. Lastly, she did not forget to thank her boyfriend, Eric So.

    Afterwards, when she won the second award for "Best Supporting Actress", Ivana looked very surprised and hid her face in her hands, showing her agitation. When she accepted the award, she suddenly used Mandarin and said: "Thank you everyone! It is really unbelievable! Aiya! Why did I suddenly speak in Mandarin?" She teared up in the middle: "I never thought such a new actor could get such an important award. Thank you Sandra Ng and director Matt Chow, everyone was very welcoming, gave me a lot of warmth and let me know how fruitful and beautiful the film world is."

    After winning "Best Newcomer", Ivana saw Sandra backstage and they hugged and kissed. Ivana said: "I was really nervous when I was on stage, too many people to thank, I wasn't able to thank them all." Asked about her cheat sheet hidden in her chest, she said: "This is my experience from my concerts. My hands are usually very busy, many props (to hold), putting it in the front is very convenient and safe, it won't fall out." After winning her second award, when Ivana was interviewed backstage, it was coincidentally the moment when the "Best Actor" award was being announced. She also expressed her support for Sean Lau for the award. Asked if she was a bit disappointed losing out on the music award, she said: "I did a little bit, but I already won two awards, so I'm more than happy already!" She laughed saying she wants to eat hot pot after the ceremony. As for her boyfriend, because he isn't in Hong Kong, he wasn't able to come support at the ceremony.
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    The 34th Hong Kong Film Awards Winners List

    Posted By:  Chloe.C @ Apr 19 2015, 05:50 PM
    Source: The Sun
    Translated by: Chloe.C @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums

    The 34th Hong Kong Film Awards Winners List

    Best Film
    "The Golden Era"

    Best Director
    Ann Hui, "The Golden Era"

    Best Actor
    Sean Lau, "Overheard 3"

    Best Actress
    Vicky Zhao, "Dearest"

    Best Supporting Actor
    Kenneth Tsang, "Overheard 3"

    Best Supporting Actress
    Ivana Wong, "Golden Chickensss"

    Best Newcomer
    Ivana Wong, "Golden Chickensss"

    Best Screenwriter
    Alan Mak, Felix Hong, "Overheard 3"

    Best Cinematography
    Wang Yu, "The Golden Era"

    Best Film Editing
    David Wu, "The Crossing"

    Best Art Direction
    Zhao Hai, "The Golden Era"

    Best Costume Design
    Lim Chung Man, "The Golden Era"

    Best Action Choreography
    Donnie Yen, Stephen Tung, Won Bin, Yan Hua, "Kung Fu Jungle"

    Best Original Film Score
    Ellen Loo, Veronica Lee, "The Midnight After"

    Best Original Film Song
    "Destination" by Anthony Wong Yiu Ming, "Aberdeen"
    Composer: Anthony Wong Yiu Ming, Jason Choi
    Lyrics: Wyman Wong

    Best Sound Effects
    Tu Du Chih, "The Crossing"

    Best Visual Effects
    Victor Wong, Cheung Chung Wah, "Rise of the Legend"

    Best New Director
    David Lee, "Insanity"

    Best Film From Mainland And Taiwan
    "Coming Home"

    Professional Achievement Award
    Lee Kuen Long
    Comments: 21 :: View Comments


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