Thursday, January 12, 2012
Andy Lau, Zhang Jingchu, Lin Chi-ling and the gang in Dubai
"Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains", slated to be shot in Dubai, Hangzhou, Fuyang, Taipei, Tokyo and Milan is a big deal; it is the first major Chinese film to be predominantly produced outside China. The cast and crew were in Dubai to assure the powers that be in the capital of the United Arab Emirates that their city wouldn't get the "Mission Impossible 4" treatment: no camels in the streets, no sandstorms, just "the real fantasy world that Dubai is" according to director Sun Jianjun.
It's good to be Andy Lau. He is flanked here by Lin Chi-ling and Zhang Jingchu.
Zhang Jingchu with a couple of officials from the Dubai Film Commission. The guy on the left looks very smug about something.
Lin Chi-ling left her voice in Taiwan or lost it on the way to the Emirates so she was limited to looking lovely while not saying anything.
Xinhua; Gulf News; Film Business Asia
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