STAR ATTRACTION

Award-winning local filmmaker Kelvin Tong's brainchild, It`s A Great Great World, is coming to fruition this Chinese New Year. With a huge ensemble cast, no less
By Kaye S.
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Blake Lively is one (and only?) reason we're going out to get Green Lantern on DVD this month...

Blake Lively is slowly but surely proving that she's not just a pretty face. Having made her mark as rich kid Serena van der Woodsen in TV's Gossip Girl after a great turn in The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants and its sequel Lively showed she was all grown up in her next movie, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee. Then came the role that really proved that she was no longer a young girl opposite Ben Affleck in The Town.
Now, Lively has added 'comic book heroine' to her ever-growing resume, with her portrayal of Carol Ferris in Green Lantern. Starring alongside Ryan Reynolds, Lively shows that she's more than capable than holding her own against big-name actors, and also that she's an actress to be taken seriously, thank you very much.
Here, she tells us more about this important role, why she took it on and what she thought of Green Lantern before she got involved in the movie project.
Sandra Ng`s voluptuous figure in Golden Chickensss, her upcoming Chinese New Year comedy, has come under plenty of scrutiny in the media. As kindly prostitute and mamasan Kam, Ng`s onscreen assets measuring a frankly massive 38G, if you please look astonishingly real on both the poster and in the film.
John Woo, Zhang Ziyi and Tong Dawei in Singapore for The Crossing – Part 1
This October, HBO Asia is hoping to add its own dash of spookiness to the usual Halloween festivities with 'Grace', its original four-part mini-series. F*** was at the Conrad Centennial Hotel Singapore for the press conference.
New Line’s new film 'Annabelle' takes its inspiration from one of the most haunted objects in the world—the possessed doll that terrified moviegoers all over the world when she made her debut in 'The Conjuring'.
BLIND DATE: ANDY LAU AND SAMMI CHENG IN SINGAPORE

By Jedd Jong

Filmmakers and moviegoers know just when they`ve struck gold with an onscreen pairing, and the double act of Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng is one of those that really seems to work. Together with director Johnnie To, the three have become known as the “Iron Trio: Their first collaboration, 2000`s Needing You, was a smash hit at a time when the Hong Kong film industry was at a low ebb.

Lau and Cheng were in town to promote their latest film with director To, the comedy-crime thriller Blind Detective. The pair fielded questions at a press conference at the Equarius Hotel, before meeting a 3000-strong throng of delighted fans at Plaza Singapura shopping mall and attending a red-carpet premiere of the movie at the Festive Grand Theatre in Resorts World Sentosa.

This morning, F*** was at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore to meet the leading lady, producer and artists from Disney’s Moana.
BRENTON THWAITES PLAYS HANDSOME PRINCE PHILLIP IN MALEFICENT
Our friend at Twentieth Century Fox has just sent us this new featurette for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Tim Burton produced the film that was directed by Timur Bekmambetov (Night Watch, Wanted). The film stars Benjamin Walker, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Alan Tudyk, Anthony Mackie, Rufus Sewell, Erin Wasson, and Dominic Cooper. Hear what some of them have to say in the featurette below:
Watch this behind-the-scenes featurette, where author Jonathan Tropper, director Shawn Levy, and some the ensemble cast like Jason Bateman, Adam Driver, Tina Fey and Jane Fonda share their thoughts and feelings of the film. Video below.
"I love being a woman, I am a devout artist, that is who I was born to be, and I am starving for a feminine presence, more of a feminine presence in art, not just in film, but also in our directors, in our painters and sculptors, we need that." Zoe Saldana

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