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Posted by Charles on July 26, 2016 at 9:46 pm • Filed under: Films, The Wasted Times, Toronto Film Festival

The complete lineup of the 41th Toronto Film Festival has just been unveiled. Ziyi’s next anticipated film The Wasted Times will have it’s world premiere at the renowned canadian festival. Let’s hope Ziyi will attend and walk the red carpet.

Here is the short sumary offered by the festival’s official site, along with a superb new still.

Superstars Ge You, Zhang Ziyi and Tadanobu Asano headline this hotly anticipated thriller about a Japanese spy hunting down a former friend for the murder of his family in 1920s Shanghai.Superstars Ge You, Zhang Ziyi and Tadanobu Asano headline this hotly anticipated thriller about a Japanese spy hunting down a former friend for the murder of his family in 1920s Shanghai.

Moreover, the film is slated for release in China on December, 23rd.






Posted by Miss Grain on January 24, 2016 at 10:09 am • Filed under: Films, The Wasted Times

The website “im globalfilm” just released a synopsis and a gorgeous promotional picture of “The Wasted Times“.

Love, hatred, and betrayal abound in Shanghai during the chaotic, war-torn 1930’s. Mr. Lu is ambushed during an important meeting with the Japanese army, but his sister’s husband, Watabe sacrifices himself to save Mr. Lu. Worse still, the Japanese brutally murder Mr. Lu’s children and sister. To avenge their deaths, Mr. Lu’s mistress attempts to kill the culprit but ends up dead.

Years later as the Sino-Japanese war comes to a close, Mr. Lu visits the abandoned wife of his former boss, Mrs. Wang. She reveals that Watabe is still alive and did not sacrifice himself to save Mr. Lu, but is actually a Japanese spy responsible for the deaths of his family members and captured her as a slave in his basement. Given this new revelation, Mr. Lu takes Mrs. Wang to the war camp where Watabe is held to finally make him pay for his sins.






Posted by Miss Grain on April 21, 2015 at 5:39 pm • Filed under: Films, The Wasted Times

Today Ziyi attended with Ge You and the rest of the cast, the press conference of “The Wasted Times”.


The first trailer has been released during the press conference.







Posted by Miss Grain on November 6, 2014 at 5:06 pm • Filed under: Films, The Crossing, The Wasted Times

Today, a new trailer of “The Crossing” has been unveiled. Check it out!



Moreover, the airline company EVA Air used footages of “The Crossing” for their new advertising campaign. You can watch the clip by clicking here.

A new still of the film has been added to the gallery.



A Few weeks ago, news from chinese medias revealed that Ziyi was about to start a new project called “The Wasted Times” (click here for more informations). Yesterday Ziyi published on her Weibo three pictures on the set of the film. A gorgeous pictures of Ziyi has been added to the gallery.






Posted by Miss Grain on September 27, 2014 at 1:20 pm • Filed under: Films, Public Appearances, The Wasted Times

Once and again, sorry for the lack of update!

Project:
Ziyi seems to have a new interesting project. After John Woo’s “The Crossing”, Ziyi will shoot a film called “The Wasted Times“. The film will be directed by Cheng Er (Lethal Hostage). Ge You (The Banquet) will be part of the cast. The shooting should start soon.

Public appearances:
On september 25th, the actress attended the store opening of the italian brand “I Pinco Pallino“. She designed for the first time a girl dress (click here).
On september 24th Ziyi was in a water park and was phtographed with a dolphin.
On september 20th she attended a commercial event for Tiffany&Co. Several pictures are in the gallery.
On september 19th the actress attended the Bazaar Charity Night. She was absolutely stunning in her Lanvin dress.
On september 9th Ziyi and Jackie Chan attended the China Film Days in Romania. Both actors were dressed with traditional romanian clothes and they received the honorary title of Friendship Ambassador to celebrate the the 65th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Romania and China.






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