• I sure will watch "Dancing In The Storm" for William Chan. Btw, he looks so darn good in the two pictures. Also "Cry Me a Sad River" for Ray Ma.
  • @olivegarden I too don't think William Chan looks deliberately feminine. He has soft, natural features. He does not purposefully add anything to boost his appearance in a feminine way.
  • @kmfayb ..."If you are a man, even if you are a midget like WCL or Eric Tsang, be proud to be a man. Im sick of mrn going out of their way to look girly, especially if they are not gay. Then again the silly girlfans like them looking like that." Very well said! Couldn't agree more.
  • Not a fan of the effeminate look at all. Anyway, William Chan never looks effeminate to me, but agree that the TFBOYS and those EXO members do look feminine.
  • @olivegarden BBH looks her age. Just that actresses around her age look younger lol
  • If he ends up marrying her then he should have a prenup.
  • @wm2017 Bai Baihe is a year older than William. I think with proper hair style and makeup, she'll look younger than her age for sure. The other female lead from the trailer is in her late thirties or early forties, old enough to be his big sister or sugar mama...haha
  • @olivegarden I can’t say I’m into kpop style lol. As much as I appreciate it, I watch kpop for the girls lol. Strange, I’m a girl, and I mainly like girl group. The boy dance has never really impressed me, unless it’s rain. Love Usher :) I can’t say I like dwts, never give it a proper try, but I like various dancing styles rather than just ballrooms :) and I’m a bit picky, subpar dancing bored me lol. Not saying they are all bad, it’s just if I have to watch it every week for like 1-2 good performances, I rather not lol, and I can’t stand a lot of the stars on the DWTS, too much PS and reality stars for my liking. I’ve never done dancing but too many SYTYCD rub off on me lol. And like you say, the dance that draws you in is the one make you keep watching and appreciate it :)
  • @littlefish haha I was amused by her comment as well. I'm quite impressed with your detail observation on the technical skills of the dancers. My judgement is just simply based on how I feel to the vibe, the art and the capability to deliver the message from the dancers that touches my inner feeling. It is hard to explain but let's just agree on our differences. I've watched pretty much all the Hollywood dance shows like SYTYCD, DWTS, America's Best Dance Crew (2008 - 2012) one of the best dance shows ever. I can see the similar concepts in many Asian Dance shows nowadays. It looks like Hollywood has been there and done that. As for Galen Hooks, if you are into Kpop dance styles then you won't like her choreography though. She has worked with those megastars like JB, Britney Spears, Usher, Rihanna...
  • @olivegarden haha that’s funny, love your sister comment xD So Victoria’s and William’s are both puppet theme? Rewatch it again, seems somehow I miss a bit of the beginning part, however, the choreography is a bit everywhere. There are parts that show they control the other person’s actions like a puppet, however, they then break out and do break dance, and dance individually rather than together. There is a disjoint and disconnect, I just don’t feel it. I can get she follows the theme I was a puppet then I become a puppeteer, however it just felt messy. And William’s stiff shoulder and hands just made it even more uncomfortable to watch? While not understanding the theme might impact your judgement on the dance piece, there are other factors apart from the story telling, like the chemistry the partner, how well it is danced and how well it’s acted, whether it draws you in as it progresses, etc. just based on my first watch I would rank it last, that’s all :) I can’t say I remember what the theme of jackson’s Dance is, however, he has the most charisma while dancing, and it shines through. He was the only one out of the 4 that my eyes glue to him instead of his partner, whereas it’s 50/50 for Victoria and her partner and the girl for Lu Han, and my eyes was on William for a wrong reason to cringe lol. I can’t say I’m into that much dance stuff, I only watch SYTYCD :) and I don’t know Galen Hooks, and the thing about choreography is she also needs to cater to his ability? So while she might be talented, she might have to dump it down a lot? Unlike the girl who is with Lu Han, who tried to push it.
  • @olivegarden The above is just TVB's wish list for "Triumph in the Skies 2020". If they want someone like Yang Mi, it may only be a guest starring role where she appears in a few episodes. Yang Mi is so busy with her own productions and she certainly doesn't need "Triumph" to boost her family any more. But they will balance the budget with mix of Mainland and Hong Kong stars.
  • @jayne Well, even with this huge budget I still don't think they have enough to cast the whole bunch of Mainland actors though. I read an article from my home country, AB's salary is already at 100 plus million RMB per drama and William is at 90 million RMB. The two alone already take up the whole budget, not to mention Yang Mi and Dil... Anyway, you are so right, this drama mainly caters to Mainland viewers. TVB does not care if Hong Kong viewers reject it or not. All for the big fish.
  • @littlefish "I don’t get the appeal of Lu Han, his beauty just meh to me"... oh yes, I totally agree with you on this one. I heard so much about him so I searched him up and showed my sister his picture on screen and she was like "hey, this GIRL looks like young Anita Yuen (Chilam's wife) but not in the good way"...OK, I rest my case. As for William's dance number, I really love it indeed. It was contemporary dance with "puppet dance" theme. It was soft and passionate at first then powerful but still provocative later on. Contemporary dance is a story telling dance. If you get it then it's a hit, if not then it's just meh. This kind of dance is quite popular in US, but not other part of world yet... Therefore, I really applause William for taking this risk. Also, I'm very into contemporary dance so I'm bias. Btw, Galen Hooks is a very talented and well known choreographer in Hollywood.
  • After reading this article, I really want to know the earning power of Hongkong stars in China as well, such as Wallace Chung, William Chan, Nicholas Tse...and others. I guess the Taiwanese artistes have more advantage to breakthrough the China market as they all speak Mandarin fluently.
  • @prettysup1 Oh yes, he is one heck of a hip hop dancer. I've seen his "Ne-Yo, So Sick" dance clip on youtube...he really wowed me with his dance moves, so crisp and so sexy at the same time. I'm a big fan of his dancing. Rooting for him and his team.
  • @tiffany they are coaches. They also can invite guest coaches to help them out as well.
  • In all LOTCH versions (including this latest one), Julian Cheung is still the most handsome Guo Jing in my book.
  • @happybi Thanks for your reply. WB didn't film a lot of dramas/movies in the past 15 years though. I guess this guy is all for quality not quantity,eh. As for me, I've loved both male leads equally after watching AT and I only watched K-dramas/movies from the two guys (almost exclusively:))
  • @happybi Since you mention Autumn Tale, I can't help but ask if the two male leads from this drama were the flower boys back then? Even so, I am still a big fan of them. These two actors are now in there late thirties but still very handsome (if not better than before). It doesn't matter what kind of hair styles they have (even flower boy hair style), they still look sexy and manly, not to mention their smoking hot bodies. Most importantly, they can act well too.
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