On December 19, Daniel Wu (吳彥祖), Chang Chen (張震), and Liu Ye (刘烨) attended the Hong Kong premiere of their new historical film, The Last Supper <王的盛宴>. Originally scheduled for a July 5, 2012 release in mainland China, the film’s release date was postponed to November 29, 2012 due to post-production problems. The film is currently slated for a January 3, 2013 release in Hong Kong.
The Last Supper is a fictional retelling of the events that occurred during the Chu-Han Contention, between the years 206 and 202 BC. The film features renditions of the Feast at Hong Gate, Battle of Gaixia, and the downfall of Han Xin. Liu Ye stars as the film’s principal character, Liu Bang. Daniel Wu stars as Xiang Yu, and Chang Chen stars as Han Xin.
Daniel Wu, whose wife Lisa S. is currently five months pregnant with their first baby daughter, was the main star at the Hong Kong premiere event. Daniel did not bring his wife with him to the premiere, explaining that Lisa has not been feeling well, but the 38-year-old reassured that Lisa is fine.
“I’ve seen some interesting things,” Daniel said as he chatted about his wife’s pregnancy. “I’ve seen some things that I’ve never seen before, such as her body figure. It changed a lot. She used to be really skinny, but now her boobs and butt are really big!”
Daniel joked, “I can only look at them. I’m not allowed to touch them!”
Asked if Lisa was happy with her weight gain, Daniel said, “She wasn’t too happy, but I am. I like to see more meat.”
Daniel also revealed that he would like to have another baby as soon as possible. “Not necessarily a boy, but I would like to have another baby. I don’t want my daughter to be lonely, and it is better for her to have another brother or sister to grow up with. But if we have two daughters, I think I would die!”
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.
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