Dylan Kuo, Ken Chang, Mainland China Entertainment

Legend of the Ancient Sword 2: First Trailer

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Just saw this so sharing it here.

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Dylan Kuo, Ken Chang, Mainland China Entertainment

Legend of the Ancient Sword 2: Press Con

The production team just held a press con recently so I got excited.

They managed to get the cast to interact and talk a bit more about their roles.

I guess the focus was on these four since Ken had to post his own set of photos, lol. (And no Dylan.)

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Dylan Kuo, Ken Chang, Mainland China Entertainment

Legend of the Ancient Sword 2: Main Cast

So I was waiting for this or more news of this. I meant I knew it was happening and saw the initial posters when they started to work on the project. But now that they released more stills, I decided to post.

And of course I don’t know anything about the game so I’m just sticking around for Ken Chang. But I will update on others, considering how I don’t have problems with the cast and all.

Supposedly, Ken’s playing a totally different role in here versus how some thought he would return as the white-haired god-like being in the previous part. However, it doesn’t matter. I’m looking forward to see him take on this new challenge.

Aside from Ken, my other most anticipated performance would be from Dylan. This was actually the reason he was stressing over with one of his New Year posts. Possibly a totally different role for him versus past shining or dashing roles.

I’ve always been impressed with his past improvements so I’m confident Dylan will do well.

Other main cast involved Ying Er, Shao Bing, Coco Jiang Wen, Fu Xin Bo, Aarif Rahman, etc.

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Chen Yi, Janine Chang, Taiwanese Entertainment, Tammy Chen, Xiu Jie Kai

7 Friends: Promos + Themes

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Main theme:

Ending them:

Ady An, Hong Kong Entertainment, Mainland China Entertainment, Taiwanese Entertainment, Vic Chou, Wu Zun

Saving General Yang: The New Team

I meant to blog about this since last year. But I kept pushing it back because of other stuffs. Let’s face it, movies/ tv series have been doing stories about the Yang family for a long time now. So it’s hard not to get comparison here and there. But what I’m looking forward to this time is to see how they could squeeze everything into one movie. How long will it be? It’s never enough when it’s a movie. Yet there are different ways to focus on certain characters or not.

Adam Cheng is going to be portraying the father of the Yang family. At first, I’m like “Seriously?” Okay, don’t get me wrong, I grew up watching Adam Cheng so it’s not like I’m not familiar with his past ‘hero’ images and the roles he often portrayed. Though after they put him in some armor, I guess not so bad. Just have to see how the story is now.

Ekin’s portraying the oldest brother among the 7 sons. (If anyone was following from the start, Louis was supposed to take the role but he was injured while filming something else? OR something like that and had to cancel.) Because they lured us in with the initial cast list, I think I could rant, right? There was a time when I was into Ekin’s series. But now? I don’t know. It’s not to the point that I can’t stand him now, I could still watch him. But I wonder what if Louis could have stayed in. Oh well…

Yu Bo’s the 2nd brother. He sure looked cool in the armor and all.

Vic is 3rd brother. He looks so cool with the bow and arrow! The first time I see him in ancient setting drama. Talking about Vic, he seems to gain some weight again from looking at recent promotion events. So that’s good.

Li Chen is 4th brother. He does look fierce all right, lol. (Fierce in a cool way, not bad way.)

Raymond is 5th brother. I swear he still looks too young. Reminded me of his old days with his baby face and all. NOT that he doesn’t look young in modern settings, but it’s like his looks has matured. Yet for this one, they make him look like a ‘kid brother’ again, lol. But I read some articles saying that he really love this role so can’t wait to see how his scenes are.

Chun is 6th brother aka possibly the main focus. OR usually they do that for series, etc. But there are exceptions. At least he will get more screen time. (Coincidentally, he’s also #6 in my fanfic WXB. Though I didn’t know he was portraying 6th brother before writing my fan fic. Anyone who followed my blog would know that I had been working on WXB for a while now, though it’s no longer available for viewing at the moment.) Anyway, he’s supposed to pair up with Ady. OMG, that’s like forbidden in my book. BUT not because I support her other pairings. It’s more like how I associated them in my story, lol. Back to this movie, lol, definitely looking forward to Chun scenes.

Fu Xin Bo is 7th brother. SAD. NOT because of him since I liked him when watching this one other drama. But because he’s going to die a very horrible death. (We all know what happened, right?) But FXB does look tough for his role here.

So that’s all from the Yang family. But only 4,5, and 6th brothers are the lucky survivors. The rest, better luck next time! (LOL!)

The worldwide release is supposed to be April 4.

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