• @mi88 they were old lovers...if they split up on a happy note, maybe it's not awkward to face each other.
  • @mi88 Yup….we are essentially going to be bombarded with 7 “big productions” during the last quarter of 2017, as TVB chose to commemorate their 50th anniversary through numbers rather than through quality. This also means there is a huge chance that the Anniversary Awards date will be changed once again this year to accommodate all the series that they are planning to cram in. With this in mind, some of TVB management’s decisions this year in terms of lineup make even less sense – knowing they are planning on airing more series than usual due to such a huge milestone, they shouldn’t have wasted time airing Mainland series and “old” series in their primetime slot. TVB never fails to baffle me with some of their decisions…..
  • @mi88 Sadly yes.... That gives me my concern as I would probably say they are rushing this dramas and that.... just gonna make things worse.
  • "slated to premiere in the last quarter of 2017." DDDDX Nooo! Does that mean it's going to come out in the winter?
  • "Meanwhile, his empress consort Wong Chun (portrayed by Nancy Wu 胡定欣) comes across an old lover Yam Sam-syu (portrayed by Kenneth Ma 馬國明), the emperor’s closest ally and general of the militant guards." :OOO ironically, they were old lovers.
  • pretty, but why couldn't they use a better backdrop? The color is so similar to her dress that it's hard to see her curves.
  • @dandan i think they just wanted to title her as a fighter. Just a gimmick to make others read. We're caught lol
  • As a fan of both, (but more sided with Nancy) I never thought either of them were the loser or winner. There was no competition. If no one admitted anything, I wouldn't assume anything lol Don't jump to conclusions. People are probably too into the drama. I love it as well, but there is a difference between creations and reality. xD
  • YAY VICKY!! ALWAYS SUPPORT YOU!! 永远支持你!加油!加油!
  • @rh200 what? does this have anything to do with this article? :O I'm so lost..
  • I'm surprised he's finally linked to a baby as he had many affairs in the past. Hopefully he has learnt his lesson and becomes a good father and husband. :)
  • @cutie777 yeah her age is showing, especially when she is so thin. I miss her as well, but I am happy that she cares more for her child than her reputation.
  • @mi88 super rich 老牛 wants to enjoy a young girl...give her all the luxuries she hasn't enjoyed before in her life...chauffeur, yacht etc which is no big deal to him but everything to the 23 year old. when there is a 26 year difference, I wonder what kind of interests would they share.
  • I don't want to criticize (and i think going to xD), but as I am very close to her age, I can't really imagine how you could date someone that old. He's almost old enough to be her father! >.<' 26 years. I understand that age is just a number, but what could they talk about? I think one way would work is that the girl is super mature and the man is super childish. ^^ Or probably, this is just a fling to them, not a real permanent relationship they are looking for. Each searching for their own benefits.
  • Before ( naive, innocent, raw) VS. After ( maturity, knowledgeable, experienced)
  • @janet72 Yes! Thats exactly how I feel too and it's not their fault either because they are so new. It's actually not bad if the winners were to start as side characters because not only could they practice, the audience doesn't have to immediately accept them as well. Right now, I feel like they are right under spotlight and their acting is just so raw, it just doesn't really fit.. It's a burden to them and a burden to us lol
  • @kiki That is true. TVB has not always been fair, but I think it has tried to change. I can't say for sure because I don't follow TVB that closely, but I realized that winners from HK pageants has been able to achieve higher positions in dramas at a much faster pace than the previous winners. For example, so far I've mostly seen Sisley Choi in Young Charioteers, Speed of LIfe, Fashion War, and Presumed Accidents. However, back then, winners were mostly side characters before they grew to be the leading actor/actresses. I guess it can be said both ways. They can keep promoting the new winners as leading actors/actresses while the rest stay as side actors/actresses. Pro: It's helping the new winners to grab attention from the audience. Con: New winners have little experience so audience may have to tolerate with their acting. OR Since most of the old leading actors/actresses has left TVB, they can promote the previous side characters as leading characters (Nancy Wu, Elaine Yiu, Selena Li, Samantha Ko, etc) while the new winners can be placed in the side positions so that the audience can adjust to seeing their faces. Pro: Previous actors/actresses have their chance to shine as main characters. Con: Winners in that year would only have a year to shine before new winners show up in the next year.
  • This might be a stupid question because it doesn't help the situation: Why did they sign that contract in the first place? Did they not go through each requirement themselves? I mean 2012-2022 is an extremely long contract. That is 10 years O.O and most groups don't even last that long. I feel like SM is trying to lock them up with this contract so that even if they do file a lawsuit, they'd still have to pay SM because they already accepted these results. This could also be a lesson for anyone: Any contract should be read carefully before signing because it is a legal document.
  • So happy for Nancy! It's time she has chance to be main character. ^^ Hopefully, they keep this up.
  • Yes! Finally! I've been dying to see this drama. I hope the other shelved dramas will show up soon! Even though TVB wants to promote the new, they should still care for the older actors/actresses. They've been in their company for years. It's a little unfair.
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