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    An interesting article about The Monkey King

    Source : http://24-7kpop.com/2014/01/19/monke...acter-posters/

    Excited for this, the special effects and costume look great.

    The star stud cast of The Monkey King movie releases an epic batch of movie posters. The Monkey King project had begun process in 2008 and filming started in 2010, the production team felt that technology wasnt advanced enough to have outstanding effects in the fantasy scenes, but after the huge hit The Lord Of the Rings trilogy Chinas film market also started to rapidly expand. It is filmed by Hong Kong director Cheang Pou-Soi, itll be based on the classic Chinese novel Journey to The West that was written by Wu Chengen in Ming Dynasty time.

    A great line up of many popular stars took part in the production, Donnie Yen, Chow Yun-fat, Aaron Kwok, Joe Chen (Qiao En), Peter Ho, Kelly Chen, Zhang Zilin and Gigi Leung.

    According to chairman of Filmko Entertainment Group, this project cost an estimate of 500 million yuan ($82.6 million USD) on promotion alone and 250 million yuan ($41.3 million USD) on filming and post production work.

    For this particular production top-class Hollywood special effects companies were asked to help. Daniel L. Symmes, who worked on The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Transformers: Dark of the Moon is in charge of the 3D designs. Shaun Smith who worked on 300 and I Am Legend did the make-up effects. David Ebner is the visual effects adviser, hes worked on Alice in Wonderland and Spider-Man 3. Lastly, Kevin Rafferty, who worked on Men in Black II and Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace.

    This is definitely a big production as many of the above Hollywood special effects team created awesome effects for those popular movies listed. Much money was spent on special effects as Wang said, We lavished more than 200 million yuan on special effects. While Chinese visual effects companies worked on hundreds of scenes, nearly 2,000 scenes were done by international teams in North America, South Korea, India, Thailand and Australia.
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    Default The Monkey King Press Conference


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    Joe Chen @ Monkey King Promo Event























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    Joe Chen - Monkey King interview


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    A funny Interview with Aaron Kwok and Joe Chen
    Talking about Chow Yun Fat photography hobby, and CYF once photo Joe and gave her as a gift.

    Video link: http://tv.cntv.cn/video/C36855/82572...ff4b265bd97ece





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    'Monkey King' Stages Ambitious Premiere

    credits to: http://www.china.org.cn/arts/2014-01...t_31247357.htm

    Leading actors Donnie Yen, Chow Yun-fat and Aaron Kwok appeared at the world premiere of the star-studded live-action fantasy epic "The Monkey King" in Beijing on Sunday, which is set to be a blockbuster in China's lunar New Year film market.


    (From left to right) Joe Chen, Aaron Kwok, Chow Yun-fat, Donnie Yen and Xia Zitong send out their best New Year's greetings to the audience at the premiere of "The Monkey King" in Beijing on Jan. 19, 2014. [China.org.cn]

    "The Monkey King," directed by Hong Kong director Cheang Pou-Soi, is the newest adaption of the Chinese classic ancient novel "Journey to the West." It will hit Chinese screens from Jan. 31, having taken three years and 500 million yuan (US$82.6 million) to produce. The production team lavished money on special effects, making it one of the most expensive film ventures ever in China.

    "It was my dream when I was very young to become the Monkey King Sun Wukong, " Donnie Yen said, "I'm so happy my dream has come true and I'm proud to be a part of this project. This film is stunning when it is shown on IMAX screens and is very suitable for all ages; you can bring your children to see it, and I will be bringing mine." Yen revealed that he has not yet brought his children to see any films that he has starred in.

    Besides playing the role of Sun Wukong, Yen was also the kung fu choreographer for the film. Aaron Kwok, the Hong Kong singing and acting megastar who played the villain Bull Demon King in the film, said Yen's choreography was very challenging for him. Chow Yun-fat also revealed that Yen sometimes lost his temper during the filming, but said Yen is "the most powerful Monkey King in the universe."

    The film's Chinese title is "Havoc in Heaven." It is an adaptation of the first eight chapters of the classic novel, telling the story of how the monkey Sun Wukong learnt to be immortal and rebelled against the Jade Emperor of Heaven, before accompanying the monk Xuanzang on a journey to collect the Buddhist sutras from India during the Tang Dynasty.

    Sun Wukong, a household name and childhood memory for generations in China, was seen by the creative team of the film as an oriental superhero, capable of competing with America's Spider-Man and Superman. Special effects veterans from six countries and from Hollywood, such as Daniel L. Symmes, Shaun Smith and Kevin Rafferty lent their hands to bring the fantasy to the big screen. The film has more than 2,400 scenes, 98 percent of which use special effects, engineered and implemented by the 1,900-memeber team.

    Though the film studio Filmko expects the film to take in 1 billion yuan (US$165 million) at the box offices, producer Liu Xiaoguang admitted that the pressure is huge, "We will not earn any money until it grosses more than 800 million yuan (US$132 million) on Chinese mainland."


    A poster of "The Monkey King" [China.org.cn]

    "The Monkey King" also ran into trouble when the lawyers of the Shanghai Animation Film Studio sent a plagiarism warning letter to the studio last week, asking them to forbid using the font design of the Chinese character title of the film, which belongs to the Shanghai studio and designer Yan Dingxian. The Shanghai Animation Film Studio also sent letters to several major Chinese theater chains asking them to temporarily suspend the scheduled nationwide debut of "The Monkey King" until the dispute is resolved.

    Producer Liu responded to the controversy at the premiere, "The animation came out in 1964, and its 50 year copyright should now have expired. We were inspired by the cartoon and using their font design is a tribute not plagiarism. We are communicating with them, and hopefully this will not affect the film's screening schedule."

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    More updates (press conference, and newly released trailer!!) on Qiao En's drama with Huang Xiao Ming, Cruel Romance, at this blog: http://www.avirtualvoyage.net/2014/0...xiao-ming.html

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    found out a nice and fun article about Cruel Romance

    here : http://www.avirtualvoyage.net/2014/0...comment-152116

    I wasn't that aware Joe's pretty dress made everyone fusses around the tail. Hahaha

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    Aaron Kwok Wants to Film Bed Scene with Joe Chen

    credits to: http://www.jaynestars.com/movies/cho...ve-his-temper/

    Taiwanese actress Joe Chen (陳喬恩), who portrays Princess Iron Fan, praised Aaron to be the most handsome Ox King in cinematic history. Aaron laughed and said he has been hoping for a sequel of the film to get the green light, saying, I really want to know how Ox King got Princess Iron Fan pregnant. That way we can do intimate scenes together! I am also curious to know what they do in bed! Aaron added.

    The Monkey King will premiere in Hong Kong on January 30 and in mainland China on January 31. The film will also be competing against the Lunar New Year film From Vegas to Macau , which also stars Chow Yun Fat.


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    Default Joe Chen Qiao En 陈乔恩






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    CQE looks gorgeous as always. Looking forward to the release of The Monkey King

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    The Monkey King cast Donnie Yen, Aaron Kwok, Joe Chen and Peter Ho promo @ Sina TV







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    Chow Yun Fat praise Joe Chen



    @ Sina Interview http://dailynews.sina.com/bg/ent/hkt...595363784.html

    Chow Yun Fat most admired actors among The Monkey King cast is Joe Chen who portray Princess Iron Fan, "Our first scene, she saw me immediately started to cry, I was incredibly moved, her acting was too good that I am very nervous! Although this is our first cooperation, but feels she really is a very professional actor. "

    Chow Yun Fat gave Joe Chen his took on the set photo as a gift

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    That eyes!

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    CQE has unfathomable eye expressions


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    Quote Originally Posted by dramalala View Post
    Chow Yun Fat praise Joe Chen



    @ Sina Interview http://dailynews.sina.com/bg/ent/hkt...595363784.html

    Chow Yun Fat most admired actors among The Monkey King cast is Joe Chen who portray Princess Iron Fan, "Our first scene, she saw me immediately started to cry, I was incredibly moved, her acting was too good that I am very nervous! Although this is our first cooperation, but feels she really is a very professional actor. "

    Chow Yun Fat gave Joe Chen his took on the set photo as a gift

    Joe Chen is definitely a rare talent. Glad that she has a chance working with veterans like Chow Yun Fatt

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    Beautiful CQE


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