Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Zhou Xun in The Banquet

A few promotional stills of Zhou Xun in costume and design sketches of her character are now available at Sina.com. Zhou plays Qing N?, the girlfriend of the crown prince. Her character is equivalent to Ophelia from William Shakespeare's Hamlet, which has provided inspiration for the story of The Banquet.

More pic: http://ent.sina.com.cn/m/p/2006-04-26/18241066013.html

Source: http://www.monkeypeaches.com/ and Sina.com

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Sunday, April 23, 2006

The banquet's posters

Source: ent.sina.com








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Monday, April 17, 2006

[Gossip] Music: Flirt of the night

April 17:
DANIEL WU became the ‘flirt of the night’ after the 25th Hong Kong Film Awards and was seen getting chummy with two top Chinese actresses, Zhou Xun and Zhang Ziyi.

He happened to be by himself without girlfriend Lisa S at all the celebration parties. He arrived at an event and congratulated Best Actress winner Zhou Xun in a few languages. After a few drinks, the two got intimate and then Zhou Xun even put her arm around Daniel and kissed his cheek.

And all this did not escape the eyes of Zhou Xun’s boyfriend Li Dachi who was said to be unhappy and walked right up to them. Daniel then quickly changed his ‘target’ and approached Ziyi.

Both were seen having a good time drinking and laughing away, and only at 4am did they leave the place together.

Ziyi was seen getting into a white van with Daniel but when both of them spotted some paparazzi, the actress covered her face with a black jacket. Daniel then got down from his van and left in a cab instead.

Later he explained that Ziyi is his good friend and he wanted to send her home in his company’s van, which also had six or seven other people. But since there were paparazzi, he decided to let the driver send her home and he went by taxi instead.

It was said that Ziyi, Zhou Xun and Daniel got closer while working on the movie Night Banquet.

Source: Malay Mail Online

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Thursday, April 13, 2006

THE BANQUET Teaser Poster with Zhou Xun and Daniel Wu

(April 13, 2006) A Zhou Xun / Daniel Wu version of poster is release today to celebrate Zhou Xun's recent victory at the 25th Hong Kong Film Awards. It shows the Minister's Daughter (Zhou Xun) holding her lover, the Crown Prince (Daniel Wu).



Source: http://www.monkeypeaches.com/

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Saturday, April 08, 2006

Zhou Xun - The New Movie Queen !

The 25th Hong Kong Film Awards


(hkfaa.com)
Winners of the 25th Hong Kong Film Awards have been announced in Hong Kong. This is a night of Johnnie To's Election vs. Peter Chan's Perhaps Love. Gangster drama Election collects four heavy-weight awards - Best Film, Best Director for Johnnie To, Best Actor for Leung Kar-Fai and Best Screenplay. Meanwhile Perhaps Love wins in six categories, more than any other movie does. Mainland Chinese actress Zhou Xun is named the Best Actress for her role in Perhaps Love, a big screen musical. Anthony Wong is selected as the Best Supporting Actor for portraying a tofu store owner in Initial D and Veteran player Teresa Mo is presented with the title of Best Supporting Actress for her performance in 2 Young.

Best Film - Election
Best Director - Johnny TO - Election
Best Screenplay - YAU Nai-Hoi and YIP Tin-Shing - Election
Best Actor - LEUNG Kar-Fai - Election
Best Actress - ZHOU Xun - Perhaps Love
Best Supporting Actor - Anthony WONG - Initial D
Best Supporting Actress - Teresa MO - 2 Young
Best New Performer - Jay CHOU - Initial D
Best Cinematography - Peter PAU - Perhaps Love
Best Editing - YAU Chi-Wai - Divergence
Best Art Direction - YEE Chung-Man and Pater WONG - Perhaps Love
Best Costume and Make Up Design - YEE Chung-Man and Dora NG - Perhaps Love
Best Action Choreography - Donnie YEN - S.P.L. / Sha Po Lang
Best Original Film Score - Peter KAM and Leon KO - Perhaps Love
Best Original Film Song - "Perhaps Love" - Perhaps Love - performed by Jacky Cheung
Best Sound Design - Kinson TSANG - Initial D
Best Visual Effects - Victor WONG, Eddy WONG and CHEUNG Chung-Wah - Initial D
Best New Director - Kenneth BI - Rice Rhapsody
Best Asian Film - Kekexili: Mountain Patrol (China)


Zhou Xun (sina.com)

Source: MonkeyPeaches - http://www.monkeypeaches.com/ - Official site

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