|"Wu Xia" Premieres in Taiwan|
Director Peter Chan's latest suspense action blockbuster, "Wu Xia," premiered yesterday in Taiwan. Four leading actors Donnie Yen, Takashi Kaneshiro, Tang Wei and Jimmy Wang Yu got back together for the first time after their journey to Cannes.
|An All-Stars Premiere for "Wu Xia" in BJ |
The latest Kung Fu movie "Wu Xia" held a grand premiering ceremony yesterday in Beijing. The red carpet was filled with star-studded cast at the night. Director Peter Chan was see with the main cast of the movie at the red carpet.
|Cast Members Promote "Wuxia" in Beijing|
Actors of film Wuxia, Kara Hui, Tang Wei, Donnie Yen, Takashi Kaneshiro, Jiang Wu and director Peter Ho-sun Chan attend a premiere conference of the film in Beijing, capital of China, June 28, 2011. The film, directed by Peter Ho-sun Chan, will be shown throughout the country on July 4.
About the Film
Genre: Martial arts/drama
Plot: Martial artist Liu Jinxi (Donnie Yen) lives a seemingly normal life with his wife (Tang Wei) and two sons in a remote village. But his tranquil life is threatened following the arrival of a detective named Xu Baijiu (Takeshi Kaneshiro).
Director and Cast
|Peter Chan (born in 1962), Hong Kong director.|
Representative Works: Comrades, Almost a Lover Story(1996); Perhaps Love(2005); The Warlords (2007)
Awards: Best Director of Hong Kong Golden Statue Awards; Best Director of Golden Horse Awards; Best Director of Golden Bauhina Awards; Best Director of Changchun Film Festival.
|Donnie Yen (born in 1963) as Liu Jinxi, Hong Kong famous Kung Fu star.|
Representative Works: Iron Monkey (1996); The Seven Swords (2005); Painted Skin (2008); Ip Man (2008) ; The Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen (2010).
|Takeshi Kaneshiro (born in 1973) as Xu Baijiu, Japanese actor and singer.|
Representative Works: Adventure King (1996); Turn Left, Turn Right (2003); House of Flying Daggers (2004); Red Cliff (2008).
|Tang Wei (born in 1979) as A Yu, Chinese actress.|
Representative Works: Lust, Caution (2007); Crossing Hennessy (2010); Late Autumn (2011).