In July, Wallace wrapped up roadshows for his three movies, “Three,” “Bounty Hunters” and “Tik Tok.” He also announced plans for his continuing “Sing for Life” concert tour in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Beijing, resulting in a swarm of fans vying for tickets online and off. Wallace confessed that he enjoyed “dating” fans via road shows, press conferences, and live streamed chat sessions. All his efforts for the various projects paid off, driving the total number of his Weibo followers up to 22 million.
‘Bounty Hunters’ Wrap-up
Wallace entertained the fans during his last ‘Bounty Hunter‘ road shows in Shanghai. Continue reading JULY 2016 NEWS UPDATE
Get ready to know more about the characters from Wallace upcoming drama. The English title is not yet announced. I’ll be shortening it to “Blooming Flowers” until the official title is confirmed. The production team is still filming in Xiamen, China and these are the latest released stills of the cast members.
Jona did such an awesome job writing descriptions for each characters according to the novel, I decided to do a quick post for an easy read. Continue reading 2017 Drama: Blooming Flowers (一路繁花相送)
June was a month of unalloyed bliss for the Wallace Chung fans all over the world. If you got a little depressed earlier this year because you didn’t get to see Wallace in the news as often as you desired, you wish was granted in the month of “Zhong”—doesn’t Wallace’s last name in Mandarin Chinese sound a lot like “June”? Wallace won his first best male actor award at the Shanghai International Film Festival, graced the premieres and press conferences for his latest works, and turned dozens of road shows of “Three” into jovial fan meets. Plus, he caught up with the latest technology adored by China’s entertainment world, “live broadcast,” to connect with his beloved fans.
Continue reading JUNE 2016 NEWS UPDATE
May has come to an end, Wallace spent most of his time filming ‘General and I’. June is coming with all the movies that Wallace had filmed last year. Are you ready to watch Wallace on the big screen? I sure am! (although some of us need to wait longer for the movies to reach our local cinema) Continue reading MAY 2016 NEWS UPDATE
The best part of having an acclaimed director like Johnnie To is the media strong interest in his work, and hence English audiences get more press release information.
Here is the latest released English article: Continue reading A Glance BTS of “Three”
It’s been a busy month for Wallace. He has been accepting projects left and right it seems and doing press back-to-back. As a result, this month marked a record-breaking blog posts for us with 13 posts (including this one, patting Rensi and myself on the back).
Continue reading APRIL 2016 NEWS UPDATE
Tik Tok held its first press conference this past 17th of April at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Beijing, just days after all three leads attended the BIFF. Hence, we finally got our first official look at Wallace’s character as well as the released poster and trailer.
“Want to find the bomb? Do as I say! You think you can beat me? The game has only just begun.”
In the movie, Wallace’s character is a strategist white-collar worker who is highly intelligent and seem to have a connection with the mysterious man wearing the mask. Perhaps it’s his brother or he has multiple personalities? Lee Jung Jae plays a tough policeman who never back down when faced with danger and difficulties. His character seems to have some kind of beef with Wallace’s character. The leading lady, played by Lan Ting, is a psychiatric who’s a softy at heart. Continue reading “TiK Tok” Press Conference with Wallace Chung & Lee Jung Jae